Are you a fan of horror and/ or creepy pasta? Check out our review of Tales from the Gas Station: Volume One by Jack Townsend!
Fourth Wing was this month’s book club and it did not disappoint. If you like fantasy, dragons, drama, and romance, then Fourth Wing is it.
Join us in reading New York Times Best Seller “The Lost Apothecary” by Sarah Penner for our newest book club pick!
Notes on Grief by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie packs a punch. Grief is never easy, but this book makes you feel less alone.
Welcome to this month’s book club choice, Soulkeeper by David Dalglish. If you love monster-hunter stories then you will love this book.
The Final Solution by Michael Chabon is a great quick easy to read novella for when you are in between and still searching for a new series.
Hyde by Daniel Levine explores the complex story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. But this time, we finally get Hyde’s perspective.
This month we dove into the world of Avatar, long before the Last Airbender’s time to explore the Rise of Kyoshi.
Star Wars: Shadow of the Sith is a must read if you hated the new Star Wars Trilogy. Trust me, it makes the whole things so much better.
The book of the month is Hounded. Read about Atticus, the Iron Druid, and his chronicles against the Celtic gods of old.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if cowboys rode hippos? Well, wonder no more! American Hippo explores that very scenario.
Welcome back to our book club. This month we read Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn: The Final Empire and oh man was it a fun read.
A book about a young Jewish violinist in Germany during WWII, a modern-day legal battle over land in the Tuscan Hills of Italy, and the piece that ties them together.
Eddy’s Book Club reads Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy this month. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!
You don’t have to be a Jane Austen fan to like The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner but it sure doesn’t hurt.
If you are looking for your next favorite fantasy series then look no further. You found it. Now go read The Beginning after the End.
Book club review: A girl, a guy, a killer. If you were trapped in a car with a stranger, what would you do to Survive the Night?
The Dutch House, a novel by Ann Patchett, is a beautiful look at fairytale themes, selfishness and selflessness, and familial relationships.
Welcome back to Eddy’s Book Club. This month’s book is Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal. It covers the origin story of one of the best social media platforms.
The Elephant Vanishes by Haruki Murakami is a great way to get a dose of magical realism in a short sitting.
Let’s discuss June’s book club pick We Are the Ants by Shuan David Hutchinson.
What happens when you mix sci-fi ideas, a heist plot, and a fantasy setting? Read The Foundryside to find out.
Hello, one and all. If you’ve asked me for book recommendations at any point in time, I guarantee that The Red Scarf by Kate Furnivall has been on the …
A retelling of the story of Achilles in the eyes of his beloved companion, Patroclus, intertwines romance and war into this generation’s own epic tale.
A review of our first book club selection, New York Times bestseller, With the Old Breed by E. B. Sledge.