Where, oh where do I start? Okay, I have things to say but can we be superficial for just a second so I can shriek about how spectacular this cover is? It basically screams Los Angeles in the 1990s and I love it so much. This is hands-down one of the best books I’ve read
I never thought I’d need to worry about passing the time in Quarantine, and yet here we are. Hooray? In fact, it’s the weirdest title I’ve ever written. Look: Passing the time in quarantine So weird. Anyway. Over the early days of this wild pandemic I read a lot of posts and articles about how
Hello, I’m Sherry, and in this review of Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo, it is the first time I’ve ever given any book by this author anything less than five stars. In reality, I’d give it 3 3/4 stars, but since I believe in rounding up and down, I will round it up to four.
I have basically been a bookworm ever since I first learned to read. I’m that person who doesn’t know how to not have a book to read. Even as a teenager in high school, I’d finish my work in class and then whip out a paperback that I had tucked inside my binder, happily reading