Genre: Women's Fiction

The Bookshop on the Corner by Jenny Colgan

The Bookshop on the Corner by Jenny Colgan

Posted June 20, 2019 in Reviews // 0 Comments

I loved this book and I hated this book and literally nothing in between.  Rather than have a completely ranting review, I’m going to try and sandwich the good and the bad together so we end up with a towering sandwich of Scooby Doo fame. First of all, the book talk.  I loved all the conversation about books. There were phrases and sentiments I related to so thoroughly, I wanted to reach out and embrace Jenny Colgan for just getting it.  There was a moment where Nina reflected back on her childhood, and how her parents used to usher her out of the […]

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Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple

Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple

Posted November 29, 2018 in Reviews // 4 Comments

This books gets an awful lot of hype.  I’ve had it on hold for the audiobook at the library for almost a year, so I think it’s fair to say that a lot of people are still reading it.  I was excited when this finally became available because I was dying to see what all the hype was about. I gotta be honest, I didn’t love it? There were moments that is was alright.  I actually didn’t mind Bernadette as a character, and I thought some of her correspondences were interesting.  I particularly liked the email from Bernadette to her old […]

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The Rosie Project by Graeme Simison

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simison

Posted January 28, 2018 in Reviews // 0 Comments

I had completely forgotten this book was on my TBR until it popped up as available on my Overdrive wishlist!  It turned out to be a really great surprise.  The Rosie Project is light, fun, and interesting all at once. 1.  Don Tillman is an excellent character.  His narrative voice is engaging, detailed, and keeps the pacing comfortable. 2.  I surprised myself by being on again, off again about Rosie.  Sometimes I like her, sometimes I didn’t.  That made her a highly engaging character, because I wasn’t sure if I wanted them to be in love, to be friends, or to […]

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