Historical Fiction Reviews

Their Finest by Lissa Evans (original title: Their Finest Hour and a Half) I've had this WWII historical novel on my TBR list for a while and decided to read it before I see the recent film adaptation. I have a thing for stories set on the British home front during WWII. Their Finest offers a... Continue Reading →

Nonfiction Reviews

I've read five Nonfiction books so far in 2017: Hamilton: The Revolution by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jeremy McCarter #Hamiltome is the perfect accompaniment to the musical phenomenon. This book is much more than simply annotated show lyrics, although reading the notes from Lin himself was definitely one of my favorite parts. Hamilton: The Revolution chronicles the journey of the show... Continue Reading →

Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie 

This is my third Christie- having previously read And Then There Were None and The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. Originally published in 1937, Death on the Nile is #17 in the Hercule Poirot series. This golden age mystery centers around the death of a beautiful heiress during her Egyptian honeymoon. There are many potential suspects onboard the boat- an... Continue Reading →