Bookish Playlist: A Book Club You Can’t Sweat Out

Let’s flashback to 2005, when guyliner was in full swing, Brendon Urie was the heartthrob of the decade, and A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out was changing the world. Ryan Ross was a total literary geek, and here’s the proof.

Bookish A to Z Tag

It only took nine months of being a book blogger to actually do a bookish tag. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Review – A Sin Such As This

The sequel to Love Lies Beneath was just as lusty, dramatic, and outrageous as its predecessor, and it concluded on a similarly disappointing note.

Review – The Natashas

The Natashas is an enigmatic story about Béatrice (a singer), César (an actor), and the Natashas (ghosts?). It is about Béatrice (a woman assaulted and sexualized since girlhood), César (a gay man egged on into violence by hateful brothers), and the Natashas (abused, trafficked women who’ve left their bodies behind them).

July TBR

BBQ’s, fireworks, sunburns, and new month of books – it’s July TBR time!

Review – The Forty Rules of Love

Elif Shafak’s retelling of the union between spiritual leader Shams of Tabriz and Rumi, the famous Persian poet, is a captivating, entertaining take on a classic Islamic history. This story was eye-opening, mind-blowing, perspective-widening, and amazing.