2022 Book Review: Meddling Kids

Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero A Horror, 2017 by Doubleday Books, 322 Pages What I Didn’t Like: The random screenplay sections did not work for me. They didn’t work on audiobook and they didn’t work in print when I grabbed a copy to see if that would be better. I don’t understand what they were... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: Overcome Social Anxiety

Overcome Social Anxiety Overcome Social Anxiety by Noah Hill A Nonfiction, Independently Published in 2021, 208 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: Dry. No anecdotes or stories to liven it up. Very few examples. Lots of repeat information. Why are we listening to this person? It isn’t established if this author is an expert in their field.... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: The Shadow

The Shadow The Shadow by James Patterson A Mystery/Thriller, 2021 by Grand Central Publishing, 400 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: The shadow isn’t the main character. While he’s important, this is the story of Maddy Gomes, a teenage girl in the future. If you have a background with this character or wanted him to take... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: Five Feet Apart

Five Feet Apart Five Feet Apart by Rachel Lippincott YA Romance, 2018 by Simon and Schuster, 288 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: We’ve heard this story before. Ill fated teenagers battling disease make a connection to each other. There’s an attempt here to tell a different story, but I’m not sure it’s different enough. Instalove. This... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: The Mozart Code

The Mozart Code The Mozart Code by Rachel McMillan A Historical Romance, 2022 from Thomas Nelson, 368 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: If we take this as a serious historical book, it has issues. I didn’t feel like I learned anything in particular about the historical climate, even with the introduction by the author to... Continue Reading →

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