Book Reviews

All the Tomorrows, by Nillu Nasser
All the Tomorrows by Nillu Nasser is a novel set in India that takes a span of 20 plus years, taking us on a journey through Jaya's life, first as a new wife to Akash, and eventually as an independent woman who's matured overtime and grown into herself. Read on!

Rich Woman, by Kim Kiyosaki 
Why do so many women accept the myth that men are better at investing? RICH WOMAN - which was self-published by The Rich Dad Company  addresses this self-sabotaging habit head on and teaches women the essentials about finance.

Everything the Heart Wants by Savannah Page
Writer Halley Brennan couldn't dream up a better love story than her own. Married for eleven years, she and her husband, Adam, are still living their happily ever after. They both know what they want—and don’t want—for their life together. And that includes being child-free. Read on!

Quiet Girl in a Noisy World: An Introvert’s Story by Debbie Tung
Debbie’s graphic book takes us through a journey of self-discovery, as she questions who she is and what her life’s purpose is. Her book illustrates our life-long need to identity ourselves so we can feel happier and less constrained by society’s expectations of what we should be and how we should act. 

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
A beautiful and distinguished family. A private island. A brilliant, damaged girl; a passionate, political boy. A group of four friends—the Liars—whose friendship turns destructive. Read on!

Created, not born. Her name is Eve. Myth and legend shroud her in mystery. Now hear her story. She knew this earth when it was perfect—as she was perfect, a creature without flaw. Created by God in a manner like no other, Eve lived in utter peace as the world’s first woman, until she made a choice, one mistake for which all of humanity would suffer.

Upon Stella Rose's death, her best friend, Abby, moves to rural Vermont to take care of her sixteen-year-old daughter, Olivia. But Abby struggles to connect with Olivia, and she soon finds guardianship of a headstrong teenager daunting beyond her wildest misgivings. 

Moira just wants a normal life for her daughter, Penelope. And sometimes, it seems like she has achieved it. Penelope is a sweet, smart, and precocious four-year-old girl. However, she is also the product of Moira's affair with an angel. 

Mayfair Cummings is off-the-charts smart, with an IQ so high that she often feels like an unlikely freak for being born “profoundly gifted.” At school, girls tease and torment her, whole teachers seem to fear her. 

A Review of the Mindjack sci-fi trilogy by Susan Kaye Quinn. It is a story of a young girl’s courage and strength as she battles the power within herself as well as outside forces. 

Mark Laverdiere's Why Men Are From Earth and Women Are Not From Venus discusses the thought processes of men, and what women in general expect (or not expect) from them. This self-help book explains the (apparently non-existent) ulterior motives behind men’s actions, and how it's interpreted from the woman's view point. 

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah features Ifemelu, a Nigerian teenage girl who migrates to the U.S. to seek a better life. She leaves behind a boyfriend with whom she had fallen hopelessly in love, and who loved her back just as much.

Sidra Lyons has everything any woman could ever ask for: a great job as a lawyer, a wonderful relationship with the man of her dreams, and a supportive best friend. But then her father shows up and reveals he has another daughter with another woman.

In a unique Utopian society set in the far future, love is a most deadly disease that must be extricated from humans through an operation.

My Life in a Nutshell tells the story of a man named Brian Cunningham, who suffers from social anxiety and personality disorder, and how he copes with these issues on a daily basis.

Paige Dearth's Believe Like A Child is a touching novel about a young girl Alessa, who goes through years of molestation by her uncle, right under the family roof and under the noses of her family members.

The Host, by Stephanie Meyer
Stephanie Meyer's The Host tells the story of a world that has been invaded by beings known as Souls. There are very few humans left on Earth, as almost all human bodies have been invaded and taken over by the Souls now living inside of them. 

Julianne MacLean's The Color of Heaven features Sophie’s narration of her life events as they unfold. She talks about her first boyfriend and how they lost touch, and moves on to how she met her husband and how they fell in love.