Apparently, the Observer said, “So addictive, it should come with a health warning” “A page-turner,” some other publication said. Some author said, “A tantalizing and suspenseful mystery. Absolutely brilliant! I didn’t want it to end”. There is a weird sticker like thing on the book that reads, “The new The Girl on the Train… THE … Continue reading The Girl Before You
"Control is surrendered first to the body itself, which issues all kinds of new demands for care and attention, and then to the people who provide that care and attention. Health care providers exert dominance over patients and their bodies in a range of ways"
At this point, you will never see me participating in a readathon. Since I discovered the online book community 3-4 years ago I have tried every readathon, every sprint, every sponsored TBR - you name a group activity, I have tried it. And I keep trying. We're all not meant to do all the things. If you … Continue reading NetGalley Readathon | UPDATE
Today is August 1st. And today I am committing to attempting to catch up on my NetGalley reviews. Specifically during this month. My name is Jenna and I too got sucked into the black hole of NetGalley requests three years ago. I discovered NetGalley back in 2015. And like most bookworms that discovered this site, … Continue reading NetGalley Readathon
Let me begin by saying that Emily Giffin is an auto-buy author for me and this is the best book of hers I have read in a while. Emily Giffin became wildly popular with Something Borrowed and Something Blue. And ever since reading those two books, I have felt like a drug addict chasing the high of … Continue reading All We Ever Wanted | BOOK REVIEW