• Book Review

    The Lost Apothecary

    Summary In 1791, there was a secret apothecary, hidden away and only could be found by those that were betrayed. If you were a betrayed woman who wanted someone dead living in London, this was the place to go. My Thoughts  I picked up this book for three reasons. The first reason was because of that GORGEOUS cover, the second was because it was women poisoning people, and the third one was because of a buddy read. However, the second reason was the strongest of the three and I got a little taste of it, BUT NOT ENOUGH!!!!!!!! This book was so much better than I expected, but I just…

  • Bibliophile Commentary

    One Point of View or Multiple Points of View?

    Books are an amazing look into a wonderful new world told in the different perspective of another person. Whether or not the book is fictional, a perspective from one person makes a story completely different than if another person told it. The perspective of a character will make or break a book; therefore, I seem to enjoy multiple points of view in a book rather than one point of view. They Add More Background to a Character  If a book has multiple perspectives, it offers just a unique experience to the plot. A book isn’t like a movie so you can only rely on the main character’s internal dialogue and…

  • Book Review

    His & Hers Review

    Summary So there is always two sides to a story, but only one of them can be the truth. Anna Andrews is a TV journalist assigned to cover a murder in her hometown. DCI Jack Harper is the assigned detective on the case. Both of them are familiar with the victim and both could be a suspect in her murder.  My Thoughts I really enjoyed this thriller filled with unlikeable characters and a well built mystery. The idea of this book using two different stories to tell the same story in a thriller is so great and was really beneficial to the novel. The different perspectives allowed the mystery to…