Category: 5 Star Books

Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie : Book Review 10

4 minutes read Five Little Pigs provides a retrospect view of a crime occurred 16 years before. There are five little pigs (or witnesses or suspects) of the murder of Amyas Crale – Philip and Meredith Blake, Amyas’s neighbors; Elsa Greer, the young girl Amyas was painting (and was in love with); Angela Warren, Caroline’s disfigured teenage stepsister; and her governess. Amyas wife Caroline was imprisoned for his murder. Philip is a friend of Amyas and Meredith is a friend of Caroline.

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur : Book Review 9

4 minutes read   Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur : Book Review 9 Published : Published 2015, Andrew McMeel Publishing ISBN : 9781449474256   About the Author Rupi Kaur– Rupi Kaur is a writer and artist based in Toronto, Canada. With a focus in poetry, she released her first book of prose and poems in November 2014.…

Sheets by Brenna Thummler : Book Review 8

3 minutes read   Sheets by Brenna Thummler : Book Review 8 Published : August 28th 2018 by Lion Forge ISBN : 9781941302675   I received this book on Edelweiss Plus for an honest review. I thank Edelweiss Plus, Author Brenna Thummler, and Lion Forge Publishing, for the opportunity to review this book. About the Author- Brenna Thummler…

My Real Name Is Hanna by Tara Lynn Masih : Book Review 6

4 minutes read   My Real Name Is Hanna by Tara Lynn Masih : Book Review 6 Published : September 15th 2018 by Mandel Vilar Press ISBN : 9781942134510 I received this book on NetGalley for review. I thank Tara Lynn Masih and Mandel Vilar Press for the opportunity to review this book. About the Author- Tara Lynn…

This Is A Taco by Andrew Cangelose and Josh Shipley : Book Review 3

2 minutes read   This Is A Taco by Andrew Cangelose and Josh Shipley : Book Review 3 Published : Published May 1st, 2018 by Lion Forge ISBN : 9781941302729, 1941302726 I received a review copy of this book from the Publisher on Edelweiss Plus. I thank the publisher – Lion Farge, for this book and for the…

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak : Book Review 1

3 minutes read The story is set up in the time of World War II.  The Book Thief is narrated by none other than Death. This book is extraordinary in all aspects. It will make you cry (a lot), laugh, smile, and it will at times give you immense happiness.

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