It's Thursday and today, I turn 26 🥳 In this week's post, we're reviewing Dreaming of Flight by Catherine Ryan Hyde! I stumbled on this during a random NetGalley scrolling spree and I didn't know it at the time, but I'd walked away with a treasure in hand! Book Description Title: Dreaming of FlightAuthor: Catherine Ryan HydeEdition: NetGalley … Continue reading Book Review: Dreaming of Flight by Catherine Ryan Hyde
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Hello, my lovely peeps🐥! Today's post is a review for the third book in the Prey series, Eyes of Prey by John Sandford! I actually started to read this as I was reading Ocean Prey and to see and compare the young[er] Davenport to the current and older one was pretty fascinating to say the least.
A while back, I'd played Coffee Talk and rared to come across a book version of the game. I got just what I wished for in Legends and Lattes by Travis Baldree and now that I'm done with it, my heart is ever slightly broken as I'm yanked back out to the real world.
Virgil's got himself a nice round up of achievements and quite the reputation. Having managed to track and save those missing dogs...? Exactly the skill set we need, because we have a HUGE problem. A pair of tigers have been tiger-napped from the zoo, two gorgeous and very rare Amur tigers.
Today's post is a review of a very real, important and informative nonfiction memoir about medicine and the importance of what matters in the end. [Being Mortal, by Atul Gawande.]
In the 8th installment of the Virgil Flowers series, we join Virgil as he aids his friend in a dognapping case only to step into 2 other local cases, one being major enough that it could shake the small town of Trippton, Minnesota and maybe even make history!
Three weeks, closer to four. That's how long it took me to read this. Not because it was bad. But because I stopped to tab everything and then paused to ponder about everything else.
Sons of Valor really threw me into a pit filled with nothing but pure action, adrenaline, and at times, even fear. A riveting read that left me craving for more in both genre and the authors.
In the greatest travel tale in a long time, Alexander Watson describes and shows you the journey that both he and his partner, Dale, and their dog, Doris Faye, takes when they put in a lot of time into a major gamble of a boat.
Following up my spotlight from Monday, here's my review for Nathan Timmel's "We Are 100"!