Anna Dressed in Blood

It's only a few days before Halloween, so it's time for a creepy review redo! I originally read this tale in 2017 and it still stands out in my mind; therefore, I deemed it appropriate for 2019 as well! With Halloween looming in 2017, I read this book expecting huge scares and a seriously frightening… Continue reading Anna Dressed in Blood

Ghosts

I am diving in headfirst with this introduction - I absolutely loved Raina Telgemeier's Ghosts and could not get enough of it! The review that follows will convince you of those facts, that's for sure! What I Expected Um...GHOSTS!A really cute story - I've read other graphic novels by Telgemeier and have loved them all!Other… Continue reading Ghosts

The Lovely Bones

I read Alice Sebold's The Lovely Bones soon after its release in September 2006 - which is mind-blowing! What else is mind-blowing is how greatly excited I was to read The Lovely Bones. The book's title makes it sound macabre and disturbing - sadly, it was neither. What I Expected A mystery regarding one of… Continue reading The Lovely Bones

The Walking Dead, Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye

I began watching The Walking Dead on AMC during its premiere season, when it was still good and made sense - sorry, not sorry. Anyhow, I gave up on the show during the Terminus season; it just grew to be incredibly silly and tough to follow. However; although I quit the show, I am loving… Continue reading The Walking Dead, Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye

The Night Circus

Just as I anticipated, The Night Circus was my favorite read of 2017. Yes, I read this beautiful book over two years ago - putting my feelings about this story into words has definitely proven difficult. So, I decided to open my heart and let the words flow at last! What I Expected Somehow, I… Continue reading The Night Circus

The Road to Jonestown: Jim Jones and Peoples Temple

Welcome to the first installment of my limited series - Review Redo - in which I will post older book reviews, primarily from earlier blogs I've curated and those on Goodreads. I'm also looking to revamp some - if not all - of these reviews if necessary, especially if I have formed new thoughts regarding… Continue reading The Road to Jonestown: Jim Jones and Peoples Temple