And then as Tommy drove he realized: Oh, it was the mother. It was the mother. She must have been the really dangerous one. In the highly-anticipated companion to My Name Is Lucy Barton Elizabeth Strout expands upon the stories that littered Lucy's hospital bedside and prove that her mother's shallow speculations glossed over the real troubles … Continue reading Book Review: Anything Is Possible by Elizabeth Strout
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I had the distinct pleasure of discussing my newest favorite read The Light We Lost with the author, Jill Santopolo. If you haven't already, go out and buy this one or borrow it from your local library! Hopefully this interview will help give you a clearer picture of what the novel is about- no spoilers! Also … Continue reading Q&A with Jill Santopolo, author of The Light We Lost
People seem to believe that despair is the same as anguish, but it is not. It’s true that despair is surrounded by anguish, but at its core, despair is silent, a blank page. Alexandra ventured across the world to teach English in Bulgaria- a place she dreamed about together with her brother. After his disappearance … Continue reading Book Review: The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova
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Hey all! Here is a quick look at my upcoming reads for June and my reviews for this month. If you haven't already, go follow me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @readvoraciously. I'm trying to keep those social media outlets more exciting with posts of different things at different times that may not make … Continue reading Preview: June TBR and May Reviews