Book Review: After She Wrote Him

Sulari Gentill really knows how to mislead yet captivate her audience in this new mystery crime story. It already won a Ned Kelly Award for best crime fiction in 2018 with its previous title: Crossing the Lines. Gentill takes the aspects of any crime book and twists it with two writers and only truth remaining. It leaves readers in doubt and clearly wanting more with every chapter! If you get lost in a book, be sure you can find your way back . . . Madeleine d'Leon doesn't know where Edward came from. He is simply a character in her next book. But as she writes, he becomes all she can think about. His charm, his dark hair, his pen scratching out his latest literary novel . . . Edward McGinni

Book Review: The Opposite of Falling Apart

The cover of this book draws in its audience to read the blurb. Once I realized it was a Wattpad book and dealt with themes that are honestly expressed these days, I knew I had to read it. Micah Good dives into anxiety and PTSD, so readers become aware yet comfortable with these topics spoken. After losing his leg in a terrible car accident, Jonas Avery can’t wait to start over and go to college. Brennan Davis would like nothing more than to stay home and go to school, so she can keep her anxiety in check. When the two accidentally meet the summer before they move away, they’ll push each other to come to terms with what’s holding them back, even as they’re pulled closer to taking the biggest


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