Reviews

There are so many good books out there and I love to share them. I read a little bit of everything in all kinds of genres, so maybe one of these will interest you (Note: unless otherwise indicated as Middle Grade or Young Adult, all books are for adults and not suitable for children):

Last Light

Last Light

by Terri Blackstock

I walked around for weeks thinking about all the electrical conveniences I take for granted. This book will open your eyes to what would truly happen if the power went out. 

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No Filter

No Filter

by Heather Day Gilbert

What could be more cozy than coffee, dogs … and murder? I highly recommend this fun mystery, and not just because it had a Great Dane in it (one of my favorite breeds).

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Tatooist of Auschwitz

Tatooist of Auschwitz

by Heather Morris

Based on the real lives of two Auschwitz survivors, this book was both heartbreaking and full of hope. It was deeply immersive so it’s not for the faint of heart. That being said, it’s also not gratuitously graphic, just realistic about what happened in the camps. It’s a powerful journey. 

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Jackaby

Jackaby

by William Ritter

A quirky and Victorian paranormal mystery (non-Christian). A fun and paranormal Sherlock Holmes. 

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