Review: The Paper Girl of Paris by Jordyn Taylor

Review: The Paper Girl of Paris by Jordyn Taylor

The Paper Girl of Paris by Jordyn Taylor is set in Paris during World War II and follows both a member of a resistance group and a girl in the present day who discovers her diary. The historical elements of the book are very well done, and I learned a lot about women in the resistance. However, I didn’t think that the modern storyline was as necessary, and I found the main character’s drama takes away from the emotions of the narration in the past. 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: The Silence of Bones by June Hur

Review: The Silence of Bones by June Hur

The Silence of Bones by June Hur is a murder mystery set in the Joseon dynasty of Korea. I have never read anything with this setting, and it was exciting to see this fresh take on a thriller and learn some history at the same time. Seol is a clever character, and the book’s setting is well described. Although I didn’t love certain aspects like the pacing, this one is still a pretty strong work. Continue reading