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Just for the Summer

Abby Jimenez’s Just for the Summer was released earlier this month. Jimenez is known for her contemporary romance novels, and this book was Good Morning America’s Book Club pick for April. Just for the Summer is a feel-good summer romance. No tortured reasons for people to be kept apart, just two people who like each …

Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow Movie: What We Know

Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin has a movie adaptation in the works. For all the details about the film adaptation of Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow, here’s what we know about the Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow movie: What’s it about? What’s the plot of Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow? Tomrrow and …

The Familiar

Leigh Bardugo’s The Familiar is a historical fiction fantasy set in Madrid during the Spanish Golden Age, released a few days ago much to the excitement of her devoted cadre of fans. Inventive and dark, Bardugo’s standalone historical fantasy novel centers around a scullery maid with Jewish ancestry, Luzia, who is discovered to have a …

James

James is Percival Everett’s retelling of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, told from the perspective of Jim, the runaway slave that travels with Huck down the Mississippi in the novel. Released last month (March 19) to resoundingly positive reviews, Everett’s newest offering re-centers the novel on Jim’s experience. In doing so, it highlights …

Iron Flame

So I just finished Iron Flame by Rebecca Yaros today. With the release date and title for the next book in the Empyrean series set, I thought I should go ahead and cross it off my reading list, plus my sister was reading it this week too. Iron Flame is a hefty tome of a …