An adrenaline-spiking novel that, while well-written and captivating, suffers from an overzealous plot.
Ashley Lessa is a freelance writer and non-profit administrator residing in southern Massachusetts. She holds a BA in Writing, Literature and Publishing from Emerson College.
Well-written, beautifully characterized and hilariously narrated, this Swedish read is possibly one of the best books I have encountered.
Excellent for anyone looking for a dark-humored, enticing read with sweet, hilarious characters and happenings.
Warm and relatable, this book is a wonderful read, (or perhaps, a listen), for those interested in taking in a genuinely lighthearted success story.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is a witty and thought-provoking read that explores the ups and downs of life with equal parts honesty and humor, sweetness, and suspense.
While Unsheltered is certainly not Kingsolver’s best novel, it still delivers a heartfelt, honest tale that is a balm for tough times.
The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a quick, nostalgic and spooky read that tackles difficult themes with grace and humor.
Sugar Land offers a read that, while sugary sweet and amusing at times, is also frank about some of life’s timeless challenges from loss to self-acceptance.