REVIEW: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Book Title: Daisy Jones & The Six Author: Taylor Jenkins Reid Series: None Genres: Historical Fiction Published: March 5th 2019 by Ballantine Books REVIEW: Jumping into the fictional world of Daisy Jones & The Six was an emotional roller coaster ride I was not prepared for. Written to portray the good times and bad times…

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

Book Title: Dark MatterAuthor: Blake CrouchSeries: NoneGenres: Fiction, Thriller, Science FictionPublished: July 26th 2016 by Crown REVIEW: This story is told from the perspective of Jason Dessen, a physics professor living in Chicago with his artistic wife Daniela and teenage son Charlie. On a casual night on his way coming home from a local watering hole,…

A Thousand Steps by T. Jefferson Parker

Book Title: A Thousand StepsAuthor: T. Jefferson ParkerSeries: NoneGenres: Historical, Mystery, ThrillerPublished: January 11th 2022 by Forge Books REVIEW: Man, I hate writing reviews like this.. the first fourteen or so chapters were a struggle to get through. I just wanted to move on to my next book at the end of each one, and let…

Mary Jane by Jessica Anya Blau

Book Title: Mary Jane Author: Jessica Anya BlauSeries: NoneGenres: Historical Fiction, Coming of AgePublished: May 11th 2021 by Custom House REVIEW: Mary Jane is a well written story about a young girl who finds who she truly is over a summer in the 1970s. I would not give this book the accolades written in the synopsis. While this…

FIND ME by Alafair Burke

Book Title: Find MeAuthor: Alafair BurkeSeries: NoneGenres: Mystery, ThrillerPublished: January 11th 2022 by Harper REVIEW: Fifteen years ago, Lindsay Kelly came upon an overturn vehicle and a young woman along the side of the road. When the mystery woman wakes up, she has no clue who she is or what happened to her. She starts over…

REVIEW: American Traitor (Pike Logan, #15) by Brad Taylor

Book Title: American TraitorAuthor: Brad TaylorSeries: Pike LoganGenres: War, Thriller, FictionPublished: January 5th 2021 by William Morrow REVIEW: Pike #15, I always miss this crew between novels. For the first time in a Pike novel I had trouble following the plot. More so, who each character was, what side they were on and their specific…