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A review of “The Christmas Promise”

This week’s book was “The Christmas Promise” by Donna VanLiere, published in 2007. I stumbled upon this book last week when exploring a new library, and figured it would fit perfectly into my four weeks of Christmas books.  “The Christmas Promise” is a part of a series labeled “Christmas Hope Series”. This book is actuallyContinue reading “A review of “The Christmas Promise””

A review of “His Christmas Wish”

To continue my Christmas season reviews I read “His Christmas Wish” by Melissa Melissa McClone. This book starts with a short prologue that without reading the events in the book won’t have as big of an impact on the rest of the book. The prologue also starts the book in a suspenseful way and IContinue reading “A review of “His Christmas Wish””

Review of “Christmas by the Lighthouse”

This is my first book for the four Christmas books I will be reviewing. My first book is “Christmas by the Lighthouse” by Rebecca Boxall. This book was released September 12, 2019 by Lake Union Publishing. Rebecca Boxall is known for her Christmas books; this book was her fifth with the other four all beingContinue reading “Review of “Christmas by the Lighthouse””

A review of “Sula”

Sorry this is coming so late, time zone changes are a big thing. This week I have read “Sula” by Toni Morrison. A classic book that is now being taught in many schools. Toni Morrison has written many books, and is known for having complex narrations throughout her novels. “Sula” does not have a veryContinue reading “A review of “Sula””

Review of “The 57 Bus”

This week I read “The 57 Bus” by Dashka Slater. This nonfiction book is based off of an event on the 57 bus on Oakland, California in 2013. Richard, a sixteen year old boy, was riding the 57 bus when him and his friends see an agender person, Sasha, asleep on the bus. Richard’s friendsContinue reading “Review of “The 57 Bus””

Review of “The Hate U Give”

This book, by  Angie Thomas, has been getting a lot of attention recently, especially since it was also turned into a movie in 2018 and was just put on Hulu. While this novel, like my last review on “The Poet X”, is listed as a young adult novel, it deals with many topics that wouldContinue reading “Review of “The Hate U Give””

A Review of “The Poet X”

“The Poet X” by Elizabeth Acevedo was published in 2018 by HarperCollins Publishers. This book is technically a young adult book, but has a great theme and message that all ages would love. The main character, Xiomara, is a Dominican in a very strict Catholic household. At the very beginning we see her unsure ofContinue reading “A Review of “The Poet X””

Review of “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me”

“You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me” seemed to be a fitting first book to review because of all the press Sherman Alexie has been getting recently. Sherman Alexie has been accused of sexual assault by many women, and it wasn’t until very recently that the accusations were proved false. When the accusations wereContinue reading “Review of “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me””