The Falling of Stars by Traci Finlay

She said: The Falling of Stars is the story of what comes after a high-schooler has committed suicide. How it affects the boy’s family, friends, school. And how it penetrates the minds of two crucial characters, the dual narrators: Eve (a concerned mother) and Malik (Eve’s 16-year-old son who also happens to be a former... Continue Reading →

Desert Rose by K Moore

He said: Desert Rose by K Moore is a thrilling and suspenseful novel that had me hooked from the first chapter. The book takes place in Dubai and revolves around Jen, our US expat narrator, who is a married mother of two. Jen is living in Dubai because her husband (also a US expat) does... Continue Reading →

Verity by Colleen Hoover

He said: Sorry for the delay in our reviews. Holidays, Erica’s b-day, post New Year lag, and the fact that we weren’t reading the same book at the same time all led to the delay. But we are back! 2019! And what a book to start with: Verity by Colleen Hoover. For those of you who have... Continue Reading →

Elevation by Stephen King

He said: Imagine you wake up one day, get on the scale in the morning, and find you weigh two pounds less than the day before—even before a morning BM. Then, in the afternoon, you find you weigh two pounds less than you did that morning. No matter what you eat, you still lose weight.... Continue Reading →

Providence by Caroline Kepnes

She said: I feel like books are becoming more diversified. They're not just one or two things anymore. Where the Shadow Lies was a mysterious thriller with a side of romance. Folsom was a political romance with a side of dystopia. And this book—Providence—is a romantic mystery with a side of science fiction. It's impressive really. People are so... Continue Reading →

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