Reviews

20 Books Arriving February 2023

20 Books Releasing February 2023 Ready for some new reads for the month? Here are twenty new stories coming your way in February 2023. From favorite authors to debut releases, these new reads will all fit your 2023 reading challenge! Are these books on your TBR already? Any authors that you love? Or books you haven’t yet heard of that …

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Within These Walls of Sorrow

Book Review Within These Walls of Sorrow by Amanda BarrattHistorication Fiction | WWII Fiction “There is evil and there is good and there is the space between. We are given free will to choose where we stand. Evil thrives when good men choose the space between.” — Within These Walls of Sorrow Reader’s Thoughts: Within These Walls of Sorrow is, …

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Seven Percent of Ro Devereux

Book Review Seven Percent of Ro Devereux by Ellen O’CloverYA | Contemporary | Romance Reader’s Thoughts: Inspired by the childhood game of MASH, Ro Devereux creates a future-predicting app for her senior year project. The app tells users their future: where they’ll live, their career, how many kids they’ll have, and even their perfect dating match. But things first start …

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The Three Lives of Alix St Pierre

Book Review The Three Lives of Alix St Pierre by Natasha LesterHistorical Fiction | WWII After reading my first Natasha Lester novel, The Paris Secret, last year, I knew that this was an author whose books would continue to grace my bookshelves for a long time to come. And this newest novel by Lester, The Three Lives of Alix St …

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The Blackout Book Club

Book Review The Blackout Book Club by Amy Lynn GreenHistorical Fiction | Christian Fiction Amy Lynn Green has been on my auto-buy list since her debut novel, Things We Didn’t Say. But when I saw the blurb for her newest novel, The Blackout Book Club, I knew we were in for a real treat. A book about books? WWII fiction? …

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17 New Books Arriving January 2023

17 Books Releasing January 2023 Our to-be-read piles may be overflowing, but we always have room for more books. Right? And with an incredible lineup of reads scheduled for this new year, we readers will have more than enough options to keep us happily buried in books for the next twelve months. Here’s a quick glimpse at just a few …

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All The Lost Places

Book Review All the Lost Places by Amanda DykesHistorical Fiction | Christian Fiction “These ancient waters, from then until now, have never left. They travel a familiar path, around and around, over and over, time without end. From sea to sky, raining back down into the hands of man. In the centuries since, these eternity-touched waters bore up tempest-tossed ships. …

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The Lost Melody

Book Review The Lost Melody by Joanna Davidson PolitanoHistorical Fiction | Christian Fiction The Lost Melody is a gothic, haunting read had me absolutely captivated from the first paragraph. With its beautiful writing, anxiety-inducing plot twists, and Christian faith-based themes, I’m predicting a Christy nomination for this one! Reader’s Thoughts: “One day in late May of the year 1886, I …

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Pretty Little Pieces

Book Review Pretty Little Pieces by Carmen SchoberContemporary Romance | Christian Fiction A month ago, author Carmen Schober reached out and asked if I’d be interested in reading her newest novel, Pretty Little Pieces. While my TBR pile was overflowing and reviews were piling up, I couldn’t help but say, “Yes!” after she pitched her story. A contemporary romance perfect …

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The Call of the Wrens

Book Review The Call of the Wrens by Jenni L Walsh A few months back, I saw some of my favorite historical fiction authors posting about an upcoming book, The Call of the Wrens, that was hitting shelves in November. I immediately hurried over to Netgalley to request an advance copy for myself. And let me just say, their recommendation …

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