Category Archive: ARC

Nov 15

Night Road by Kristin Hannah

Title: Night Road Author: Kristin Hannah Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Genre: Contemporary Fiction Pages: 385 How I Read It: ARC received from the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: For a mother, life comes down to a series of choices. To hold on… To let go.. …

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Jun 28

The Boleyn King by Laura Andersen

Title: The Boleyn King Author: Laura Andersen Publisher: Ballantine Books Genre: Historical Fiction Pages: 358 How I Read It: ARC received from the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: For Anne Boleyn, the world had narrowed in the last twenty hours to this: candle flame and …

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May 24

Fly Away by Kristin Hannah

Title: Fly Away Author: Kristin Hannah Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Genre: Contemporary Fiction Pages: 416 How I Read It: ARC received from the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: Tully Hart has always been larger than life, a woman fueled by big dreams and driven by …

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May 17

The Yard by Alex Grecian

Title: The Yard Author: Alex Grecian Publisher: Putnam Books Genre: Historical Mystery Pages: 422 How I Read It: ARC received from the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: 1889, London.  Jack the Ripper’s reign of terror is finally over, but a new one is just beginning… …

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Apr 09

Red is for Rage by Connie Corcoran Wilson

Title: Red is for Rage Author: Connie Corcoran Wilson Publisher: Quad Cities Press Genre: Horror Pages: 258 How I Read It: Review copy provided by the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: In Book Two, we learn more about the exact nature of Tad’s paranormal power, …

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Mar 29

The Conjuring Glass by Brian Knight

Title: The Conjuring Glass Author: Brian Knight Publisher: JournalStone Genre: YA Fantasy Pages: 216 How I Read It: Review copy received from the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: When thirteen-year-old orphan Penny Sinclair moves to the small town of Dogwood to live with her godmother, …

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Mar 08

All This Talk of Love by Christopher Castellani

Title: All This Talk of Love Author: Christopher Castellani Publisher: Algonquin Books Genre: Contemporary Fiction Pages: 352 How I Read It: ARC received from the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: It’s been fifty years since Antonio Grasso married Maddalena and brought her to America.  That …

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Feb 16

Above All Things by Tanis Rideout

Title: Above All Things Author: Tanis Rideout Publisher: McClelland & Stewart Genre: Historical Fiction Pages: 357 How I Read It: ARC received from the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: In 1924, George and Ruth Mallory are happily in love, ensconced with their three children in …

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Feb 08

Blindspot by Jane Kamensky & Jill Lepore

Title: Blindspot Author: Jane Kamensky & Jill Lepore Publisher: Spiegel & Grau Genre: Historical Fiction Pages: 500 How I Read It: ARC received from the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: “Tis a small canvas, this Boston,” muses Stewart Jameson, a Scottish portrait painter who, having …

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Jan 18

Crewel by Gennifer Albin

Title: Crewel Author: Gennifer Albin Publisher: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux Genre: YA Dystopia Pages: 368 How I Read It: ARC received from the publisher – The views expressed in my review are mine alone and I have received no compensation for these opinions. Synopsis: In a world where the Guild decides everything, one sixteen-year-old girl dares to defy the power of …

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