The Stepford Wives book review

I remember back in 2004 stepping foot into the theater by my house to sit down and watch The Stepford Wives. The details have escaped me over the years, but ever since then I became intrigued to read Ira Levin’s book by the same name. My interest in viewing the 1975 film hasn’t wavered since either. Cut to almost fourteen years later and Book Bub informing me that Psycho was on sale. This lead me down a rabbit hole of purchasing other famous novels for the same reason. Until a couple of weeks ago, my e-book sat patiently on my Kindle waiting for download. As patient as the book was waiting for me, I quickly became impatient with the lack of time I had to read once I started the novel. Continue reading “The Stepford Wives book review”

The Princess Saves Herself in this One book review

After I finished There’s Someone Inside Your House back in January, I started The Princess Saves Herself in this One by Amanda Lovelace.  I also finished the book of poetry through tired eyes because it’s a book that spoke to me on so many levels.  Continue reading “The Princess Saves Herself in this One book review”

NOS4A2 book review

Since watching Horns, I wanted to read at least one Joe Hill’s novels. While watching Horns, I felt very reminiscent of his father’s work.  In particular, Stephen King’s It. Upon seeing one of Joe Hill’s books listed as one of the book club books chosen last year I grew excited to read NOS4A2. Continue reading “NOS4A2 book review”

Into the Water book review

Into the Water is my first read of Paula Hawkins as I have not read The Girl on the Train.  However after reading Into the Water, I cannot wait to read her first book as well. My only regret is that I have already seen the film.  Continue reading “Into the Water book review”

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