The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult @randomhouse #fiction #bookreview

Susanne’s Review: Do you ever have those nightmares where you didn’t actually graduate University because you missed a few credits? Reading this book made me feel like I failed classes in Egyptology and Quantum Physics and therefore failed out of College. This novel is about Dawn, a woman whose life is unfulfilled, even though sheContinue reading “The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult @randomhouse #fiction #bookreview”

The Startup Wife by Tahmima Anam

Susanne’s Review: When it comes to Business, it’s not always a Pleasure – even if you’re working with Loved Ones. Asha and Cyrus went to the same High School.  At the time, Asha had had a huge crush on him little did she know that years later, they’d meet again, fall in love and startContinue reading “The Startup Wife by Tahmima Anam”

The News of the World by Paulette Jiles

Susanne’s Review: The year is 1870.   Now that the Civil War has ended, widower Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd has become a News Reader, traveling throughout the land reading the “News of the World.” Then the unthinkable happens.  While in Wichita Falls, Captain Kidd is offered $50.00 to take on an orphan girl, who was kidnappedContinue reading “The News of the World by Paulette Jiles”

Reasons why Everyone needs a little Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X) in their life.

Evan Smoak lives by a code. He believes in “Random Acts of Kindness” – specifically helping those in need before helping himself. He won’t stop until the job is done, regardless of what it costs him. As “The Nowhere Man” he’s a Myth. Truly Undercover. If you ever need lessons in how to go incognito,Continue reading “Reasons why Everyone needs a little Evan Smoak (aka Orphan X) in their life.”

Two of the Best Friends in Fiction: Myron Bolitar and “Win” Horne Lockwood III

You two have my heart, though I know I’m not alone in saying that. I do, however, believe with every fiber of my being that I am Harlan Coben’s #1 fan having begun reading his books in the ’90s. In this, I’m sure Kaceey would disagree, seeing as she would say that title belongs toContinue reading “Two of the Best Friends in Fiction: Myron Bolitar and “Win” Horne Lockwood III”