Category Archives: Book Reviews

Rides That Way by Susan Ketchen

Sylvia is galloping through life as only a fourteen year old can do. At school there are friends, bullies and worse. Dinner with her parents is like sidling through a field of land mines. And all of a sudden she’s Keeper of the Secrets: her own, her grandpa’s and her riding coach’s. Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

The story takes place sometime in the future after a catastrophic pandemic wipes out huge segments of the population and destroys life as we know it. That means no internet, television, airplanes, automobiles or even grocery stores. Who survives and what must they do in order to do so? Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews | Tagged , | 1 Comment