Book Reviews

Review: Chef Tell

Chef Tell: The Biography of America’s Pioneer TV Showman Chef                            Author: Ronald J. Kule Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars Highly Recommended Reading. Genre: Non-fiction / Biography Kule’s book shows us a boy who rose from nothing… Read More ›

Review: Family Tree The Novel

Family Tree                            Author: Miss Andrea N. Carr Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Stars Recommended Reading. Genre: Contemporary Fiction/ African-American Literature What does it take to make a better life for yourself? How is a better life even… Read More ›

Review: City of Bones

City of Bones                              Author: Cassandra Clare Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars Highly Suggested Reading Genre: YA/Contemporary/Supernatural/Fantasy Imagine finding out one random, normal day that everything you thought to be true – about your life – was… Read More ›

Review: The First

The First                              Author: Lisa M. Green Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Stars Suggested Reading Genre: Myth/ Fantasy Rinni’s inquisitive nature follows her into adulthood and is perhaps why she is still viewed as a ‘child’ by the… Read More ›

Review: The Eyes of a King

The Eyes of a King – Book 1                              Author: Catherine Banner Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars Suggested Reading Genre: Young Adult/Fantasy-Memoir~ Leo’s life is running according to everyone else’s plans until he finds a mysterious book… Read More ›

Reveiw: Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights                              Author: Emily Bronte Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars Highly Suggested Reading Genre: Classic/19th Century/Literary Fiction ~ Heathcliff, rescued from the streets at a young age by a kindly farming gentleman, turns bitter and vengeful… Read More ›

Review: The Darkest Powers Trilogy

The Darkest Powers Trilogy                              Author: Kelley Armstrong Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars Suggested Reading Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Supernatural ~ Imagine being told there’s a medical condition for why you’re a freak and then learning that… Read More ›