Sadie – Review

"Girls go missing all the time." Life hasn't been good to Sadie. An addict mother. A stutter that makes school a nightmare. Stuck in a small town just trying to stay alive. The only thing she has to love, is her little sister, Mattie. When Mattie is found dead, Sadie's world ends. With no answers from [...]

Beartown – Review

"It's only so important that a seventeen-year-old in a private garden has been standing here since he got frostbite on his cheeks one night ten years ago, firing puck and puck with the weight of an entire community on his shoulders." Before I start, to say that there are trigger warnings for this book is [...]

The Winter Sisters – Review

Before I start with this review, I will warn readers that there is content about sexual abuse, rape, and domestic violence. It isn't overtly graphic, but the descriptions do not shy away from the terrible and traumatic reality these events cause. It is a highly emotional book. "But what was gone? Gone was not buried. [...]

The Great Alone – Review

** This review (and the book) will contain possible triggers regarding domestic abuse and violence ** "It's like his back is broken, Mama had said, and you don't stop loving a person when they're hurt. You get stronger so they can lean on you. He needs me. Us." So we meet the Allbright family. Ernt [...]

Gather The Daughters – Review

This review is going to contain some spoilers, so if you haven't read this book and are interested in it, please be warned. This book is also heavy with trigger issues, specifically, sexual abuse and violence, along with domestic abuse. "Laughter for a boy, tears for a girl." That one sentence summarizes the horror of [...]

Alphonse – Review

Before I start this review, I need to warn readers that this book and this review, deals with sensitive issues. Anyone who struggles reading about topics of sexual molestation, sexual abuse and rape should stop reading and be aware that this book deals with these topics. This review will contain spoilers, as I cannot delve [...]