I have no comment on that scandal or about Jessica as a person. I don’t know enough about it to comment. For Shine, however, I have plenty of opinions.
Shine by Jessica Jung has a promising start, but pukes all over its idol’s shoes by the end. It’s dramatic and messy in a way that will turn some off.
If you’re a bad boss, have had a bad boss, or are just a boss in general? Bad bosses are a plague in office life. Radical Candor just might be the cure.
Soft Science is futuristic android poetry that avoids tropes to shine a mirror back on us. Are we human when we treat conscious beings like objects?
Stranger in the Woods is the fascinating story of a man who isolated himself for 30 years. Fed up with society, being a hermit felt like the only move.
No matter what, it always feels like humanity will make it through. Not this time. Welcome to the Octopus Museum. All hail our cephalopod overlords!
In Get Well Soon, Jennifer Wright tackles death and disease with a wry sense of humour that helps ease the fears that come with plagues.
The Indifferent Stars Above chronicles how in 1846 the Donner party was lost in the mountains with few supplies. Their struggle and madness became legend.
Heida Ásgeirsdottír has had enough jobs for 3 lives. Sheep farmer, model, green activist… Her memoir should leave us breathless. So what went wrong?
When you’re trying to break a reading slump, there’s nothing better than a trope-ical reading challenge to give you a swift kick. Join your fellow readers!
Consensual Hex, Amanda Harlowe’s debut novel, has come under fire for taking real details of former friends and sensationalizing them for profit.
If you’re looking for books that aren’t Little House on the Prairie books, but have that same spirit? We’ve got you covered.
Book subscription boxes feel like Christmas every month. There’s a dopamine rush every time I get one, but which ones are worth your time? Let me show you.
Right off the bat, I need to preface this by saying that I love the Dyatlov Pass mystery. I’ve listened to podcasts on it, read non-fiction books about it, and […]