book; book reviews

Book review: Killer Cruise by Laura Levine

Every now and then, I get this hankering to read a mystery book. When the mood strikes, I’m either looking for a funny mystery  or a serious, more intense one. Recently, I was craving the former, so I picked up one of my favorite humor mystery authors ever—Laura Levine. If you’ve never read a mystery […]

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Book review: The Sixes

So I was at the library a few weeks ago, in a rush to snatch a few books and head out in time to grab my daughter from her bus stop. On the front display table was this book, “The Sixes,” which seemed pretty interesting, but didn’t sound like what I’d normally read. I checked […]

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Book review: The Girl on the Train

Summary from Amazon EVERY DAY THE SAME Rachel takes the same commuter train every morning and night. Every day she rattles down the track, flashes past a stretch of cozy suburban homes, and stops at the signal that allows her to daily watch the same couple breakfasting on their deck. She’s even started to feel […]

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Book review: The Penny Pincher’s Club

“Living in suburban New Jersey, Kat has a pretty serious retail habit. Now it looks like her husband Griff is having an affair…and setting up a secret bank account in preparation for a divorce. Suspecting her spending habits may be driving him away, Kat’s determined to save her marriage by saving some money. But when […]

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Book review: Bachelorette #1

I’m in the middle of reading Bachelorette #1 and so far, I must say I’m pretty impressed by the writing of this debut author. And honestly, I’m jealous. It bothers me that more and more people who don’t have English degrees, or any background in writing are able to push through the crowded iron gates […]

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Book review: The Kite Runner

It’s very rarely  I come across a book that I can truly say is unforgettable. I’ve been a bookworm since I was six, and till this day there are only a handful of books that have touched my heart as piercingly as “The Kite Runner.” I know, I know, I’m only like a bazillion years […]

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