In ‘Satan's Gut, Sausage Boats & Ice Kisses: The Adventure Travel Notes of a Nervous Man’ Tony Fosgate takes readers on a wild ride of white-water rafting, arctic exploration, and adrenaline inducing pastimes around the world.
April was a hard month to beat for book lovers, but May certainly didn't disappoint either. Readers were really spoiled for choice this month and there were so many great books in each genre that narrowing them down to just one each was almost impossible.
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng was published in 2017 and it is the second novel in which she uses her childhood home town of Shaker Heights as the setting. At its heart, the novel is about two families living in this area who end up with their lives intertwined.
In this sweeping novel that is both historical and Christian fiction, Lederman weaves together various stories spanning nearly a century and thousands of miles.
Canadian author, Margaret Atwood, released her dystopian novel, The Handmaid's Tale, in 1985 and since then it has not only been well received, but also fiercely debated.
Lauren Gribble is the owner of Listen Here Reviews, a site that features news, album reviews, live show reviews, and much more. The site covers all genres and artists at all levels of music, from the indie band in the garage, to some of music’s most well known bands.
The mere thought of losing one’s children can send a rush of fear and adrenaline to the heart of any parent. In this book, that thought becomes a heartbreaking reality for Claire Rawlings.
It took Kathryn Stockett five years to complete her novel, after which she had to face another three years of rejections by literary agents. However, undaunted by being rejected more than 60 times she persevered until her book was eventually published in 2009.
Anita Levesque is a web and graphic designer, a mental health advocate with lived experience through loved ones; father - bipolar; brother – C-PTSD, depression, anxiety; mother – C-PTSD; boyfriend - clinical depression, severe OCD, GAD, personality disorders and Anita lives wi
There has been a number of different novels written about World War I and World War II, many of which tackle the subject from unique angles. This is because writers from all of the nations that were involved in the conflict wrote about it.