Category: Book Reviews
While reading Anxious People by Fredrik Backman, I couldn’t help but be reminded of the humanity that exists in all of us. Of the shared happiness and fears and anxiety and joys that come with connection.
In his first installment for his new trilogy, Dan Wells introduces readers to a post-apocalyptic, dystopian society struggling to survive against two of humanity’s newest enemies: the Partials—engineered super-humans—and the fatal RM virus…
Set in the 1800s, Ami McKay’s novel The Virgin Cure (a novel which I got for $10 at Chapters – I enjoy deals!) can be easily summed up in one sentence: think Memoirs of a Geisha meets New York City…