The Butterfly Garden

I love Criminal Minds. It's super fascinating, and exceptionally creepy at times. And this book would fit right in to the show. It is seriously disturbing, but Dot Hutchison made it hard to stop reading. The book opens in an interrogation room. A young woman is being interviewed. The FBI agents only know her as … Continue reading The Butterfly Garden


We All Looked Up

Yesterday marked one year of book blogging. Happy birthday to Roo Reads! This book was a gift. I got it in exchange for a free couch. Not a bad trade. Tommy Wallach writes about the ultimate end-of-the-world scenario. In six weeks, there's a 66.6% chance that the world will be hit by a meteor, and … Continue reading We All Looked Up

The Circle

I have had this book on my shelf forever. I've always thought about reading it, and then never seemed to get there. Although, having read it, I'm glad I waited. This Dave Eggers novel seems a little more relevant each year. Mae Holland has just landed her dream job-- working at the Circle. The Circle … Continue reading The Circle

Dark Matter

Starting the new year off right with this one! Blake Crouch's story is one-of-a-kind, and it makes you think. Jason Dessen is a happy man. He has a beautiful wife, a well-rounded teenage son, and a job he enjoys. He could have been a world renowned scientist, but he put that dream aside for his … Continue reading Dark Matter