Book Reviews For Autumn 2019

I would rather be launching into Christmassy posts, but first there’s a whole season’s worth of book reviews to dispatch. Yawn. Here are the best and worst (not to mention everything in between) of my reads from September through November. See You Again in Pyongyang: A Journey Into Kim Jong Un’s North Korea by TravisContinue reading “Book Reviews For Autumn 2019”

Book Reviews for Summer 2019

In case anyone was wondering, the answer is yes. I am still alive. And in case no one was wondering… well, I’m still alive anyway. Summer is hardly the time for staying cooped up indoors and composing new blog posts, is it? But summer is pretty much over now. I am now at leisure toContinue reading “Book Reviews for Summer 2019”

Book Reviews For September

“The goldenrod is yellow, The corn is turning brown, The trees in apple orchards With fruit are bending down.” -Helen Hunt Jackson Another month is almost in the books. That means another list of books to summarize the month. Here are the highs and lows of September— along with everything in between. Fawkes by NadineContinue reading “Book Reviews For September”

Book Review: “Fawkes” by Nadine Brandes

Usually I lump a month’s worth of book reviews into a single post, but every once in a while you read something exceptional enough to warrant one of its own. Such is the case with Nadine Brandes’s historical fantasy Fawkes, released in July. Reviews have never been my forte. Until this year, they weren’t somethingContinue reading “Book Review: “Fawkes” by Nadine Brandes”