Red Clocks is a story set in a (near) dystopian future not so kind to women’s reproductive rights. It’s illegal to have an abortion, IVF is no longer allowed and embryos have rights. The story follows four women, each with her own set of struggles to face in this new world. Here’s what I thought.
This one starts with giving birth and is the journey of self discovery that follows.
It is a tender story, one that will wrap around your heart and weave it’s way into your subconscious.
This is a story about two ill-fated lovers during a wretched war time in Korea – and how that war and their decisions haunted them for years to come.
A list of ten books filled with a lot of personal sacrifice, suffering, and hardships.
These are the books I’ll be getting to during the upcoming spring months of which I’m most excited about. New season, new books!
A story about what “family” and “unconditional love” truly mean and the choices that tear them apart.
All ten of the books on this list have a single word title. They also got at least four out of five stars from me after reading them.
This was a page turner! Fast paced and full of suspense.
This is my book review of First Comes Love by Emily Giffin. A story of how secrets surrounding an untimely death can shatter relationships.