Reviewing Spree

Hey everyone!

I wanted to share some reviews with you that I wrote last week, because I went on a bit of a reviewing spree over on Goodreads. I don’t write reviews for all the books I’ve read on this blog, because sometimes it gets to be too much and they aren’t necessarily books I have a lot to say about or love enough to share with the book community.

But I had some fun writing these ones so here are four (FOUR! can you believe?) reviews for books I’ve read this year. Let me know what you’ve thought of any of them if you read them and of course feel free to add me on Goodreads! I’d love to see what you’re reading!

Indian Horse by Richard Wagameseindian

I read this one for book club a couple months ago. It’s a really powerful story about the trauma caused by Canada’s residential schools, that I’d recommend whether or not you know of this history.

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Dr. Edith Vane and the Hares of Crawley Hall
by Suzette Mayr

Another one from book club but spoiler alert, I didn’t really like it 😛 Be warned, there are a lot of question marks in this review.

 

A Sparrow Came Down Resplendent by Stuart Rosssparrow image

A short poetry collection (that I actually got for a friend but then the title poem intrigued me!) and so a short review 🙂

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Sheets
by Brenna Thummler

A very cute graphic novel about a girl and a ghost. I saw this one after fellow book blogger, Justine May at Bookish Wisps reviewed it, so thank you for the rec!

 


That’s it for me today but I’ve got another review coming this Friday, one that I’ll actually be posting on the blog, so watch for that at the end of the week!

Hope you all had a restful long weekend if you had the time off, and to all, I hope you’ve been getting some great reading in!

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7 thoughts on “Reviewing Spree

  1. Sometimes I don’t share a long review like I do on my blog and just leave a mini review on Goodreads instead! I am glad you liked the poetry collection though – I am always looking for more poetry to try because I love reading and writing it. Also, Sheets sounds like a great graphic novel. I’ve heard of it before.

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