The Girl Who Wrote Loneliness by Kyung-Sook Shin | Book Review

The Girl Who Wrote Loneliness is a split timeline exploration of a female Korean author attempting to fictionalize her life to protect her relationships but discovers that the gilded tower she has created to live in, also isolates her. In this novel, we are treated to short bursts of narrative that move between the two…

Stay Up With Hugo Best by Erin Somers | Book Review

From the swan-shaped inflatable on the cover, I suppose this novel is meant to be light poolside entertainment. However, I read it during one of the coldest weekends of the year. Maybe that was my first mistake although I did have other issues with the novel, not just my ill-timed foray into the life of…