Author: Jodi Lea Stewart Title: Silki, the Girl of Many Scarves: Summer of the Ancient Genres: Fiction / YA Fiction / Adventure-Mystery This short, fast-paced novel introduces readers to Silki, a young girl growing up on the Navajo reservation who loves her horse and using her creative imagination. One day, when a dark… Read More Editorial Review – Summer of the Ancient
by Em Does Book Reviews Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins Anna has everything figured out – she was about to start senior year with her best friend, she had a great weekend job, and her huge work crush looked as if it might finally be going somewhere… Until her dad decides… Read More Anna and the French Kiss – Book Review
– Guest review contributed by Ron Hervey’s Whodunit – The year is 1978. Morris Bellamy murders his literary idol, John Rothstein. Bellamy is not only infuriated with Rothstein because he has stopped writing books, but also how he ended the series with his famous character, Jimmy Gold, “selling out.” After the murder, Bellamy… Read More Finders Keepers – Book Review
– Guest review contributed by Genuine Jenn – Book Description: What if you didn’t know where you came from? Who am I? This is the question Josie asks herself when a mysterious letter arrives. Then a brutal murder turns her world upside down.
– Guest review contributed by Show This Book Some Love – Rating: 7.5/10 I have to say I was a little disappointed that I didn’t end up bawling at the end of this book. Everyone I talked to about it said that they sobbed. Perhaps it was the trailer that spoiled it for… Read More Me Before You – Book Review
– Guest review by Charleigh’s Book Nook – Name – Frayed. Author – Kara Terzis. Publication Date – 7th June 2016. Publisher – Sourcebooks Fire. You can order this book here; Amazon (USA) | Amazon (UK) | Barnes & Noble | Waterstones.
Title: The Art of Hunting Humans Author: Sidney Mazzi Genre: Self-Help/Psychology The human mind has fascinated countless experts in various fields, from biology to psychology and everything in-between, since time immemorial. The Art of Hunting Humans continues in the same vein in its attempt to help readers understand why people behave the way… Read More Editorial Review – The Art of Hunting Humans