In The Beautiful Ones, Moreno-Garcia’s writing casts a spell over the reader, whispering lyrical claim to deeper, darker emotions— while maintaining a gaze firmly fixed on the plot’s meaningful advancement.
Choi’s latest release is poignant and personal, absurdly honest, raw, and individual in all its fury. And it’s terrific.
Folklorn is a haunting, dizzying, and evocative novel from author Angela Mi Young Hur.
The Lost Apothecary had me thoroughly engrossed; I could not put this book down, finishing it from cover to cover well within a day.
All the Stars and Teeth has the excitement of a swashbuckling pirate’s tale paired with the inspiring story of a strong female heroine, and I loved every page of it.
Take this at face value, no need to dig too deep: Happy Endings is a sexy, steamy Erotica novel, so if you like hot scenes and you’ve got the room on your list for a fast evening read, this is for sure worth a download.
Pachinko is the type of sweeping, evocative novel that’ll leave you breathless, and humbled, and unwilling to part with the characters.
If you’re looking for a twisty, page-turning thriller, add Carola Lovering’s Too Good to Be True to your list.
Ikigai is the type of book you’ll read, highlight to death, and then keep on your bedside stand for the foreseeable future— for frequent re-reading and referencing, of course. Reading this book was, in and of itself, a meditative experience. While the book is, as the title suggests, focused on achieving ikigai, the authors skillfully incorporated complementary… Continue reading Ikigai by Héctor García and Francesc Miralles
Just as I expected, I finished The Sanatorium inside of the weekend, and it proved to be the perfect read for a lazy Sunday afternoon. The still-frigid early March temps we have here in New York (snow still on the ground and all) lent the perfect backdrop to my marathon reading sesh of this Gothic Thriller set in the… Continue reading The Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse