Review: The World Eats Here by Wang & Garner

Review: The World Eats Here by Wang & Garner

The World Eats Here  by John Wang and Storm Garner is an interesting look at the Queens Night Market and its many vendors. The recipes that are included encompass a variety of cultures and the images reflect the spirit of coming together to enjoy both food and community. Definitely a book that gives a bit of wanderlust and a look back to a time where we once gathered to enjoy a bite to eat. Continue reading

Blog Tour: The Paris Hours by Alex George

Blog Tour: The Paris Hours by Alex George

Welcome to my stop on the virtual blog tour for The Paris Hours by Alex George! This is one book to add to your spring TBR if you enjoy a suspenseful historical. Keep reading to learn more about the book and read an exclusive excerpt from Flatiron Books. Continue reading

Review: Four Days of You and Me

Review: Four Days of You and Me

Four Days of You and Me by Miranda Kenneally was a book I was excited to read since I have always enjoyed her work. Her latest novel takes place on class trips over the course of four years, but this element was one of the only aspects I enjoyed about the book. Much of the story is melodramatic, and the use of flashbacks becomes confusing since the state of the characters’ relationship is constantly changing from chapter to chapter. Furthermore, their relationship is toxic, and because of this, I had trouble rooting for them. Continue reading