Review of Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Fifteen-year-old Kambili is painfully shy and incredibly sheltered by her overbearing father Eugene. Kambili and her brother Jaja go through their daily lives exactly the way their father dictates that they should – complete with written daily schedules. Behind the… Read more

Review of Small Blessings by Martha Woodroof

Review of Bringing Maggie Home by Kim Vogel Sawyer

This doesn’t happen often, but I simply could not finish this book. The snippy, snarky dialogue between characters grated on my last nerve. I didn’t like any of them. I couldn’t sum up any compassion for Hazel – she kept… Read more

Review of Coming Home by Kimberley O’Malley

Dr. Elizabeth Fitzgerald is forced to return to her hometown after ten years of being away. Her mother has had a massive heart attack and the last thing Elizabeth wanted was to revisit the heartbreak of her past, but she… Read more

Review of Beginning Anna’s Legacy: Book One by Sheryl Fawcett

College senior Hayley Marshall has recently lost her beloved great aunt to cancer. When she’s mysteriously summoned to the office of a NYC lawyer, she’s stunned to learn she’s been included in her aunt’s will. The terms are non-negotiable and… Read more

Honeysuckle Holiday by Kathleen M. Jacobs Tour Stop – Book Review Share

eBook Review Gal is participating in the “Honeysuckle Holiday” by Kathleen M. Jacobs during the My Book Tour virtual book tour. Below is the book review. Lucy Moore grows up in the South during the 1960s. She lives a comfortable,… Read more

Review of Stillwell by Michael Phillip Cash

Paul Russo is devastated when his wife, Allison, finally succumbs to the cancer she’s been fighting for months. Despite having tried every possible cure, Allison is gone and Paul is left to raise their three young children. The disease has… Read more

Review of The Clancys of Queens by Tara Clancy

Writer and storyteller, Tara Clancy writes about her life growing up in Queens during the late 1980s. As a child of divorced parents, she was raised in three separate and very different home environments, yet seems to have adjusted to… Read more

Review of The Measure of Darkness by Liam Durcan

Martin Fallon wakes from a coma after an automobile accident only to find that he now suffers from a debilitating brain condition known as “spatial neglect syndrome”. Martin must accept that he can no longer continue life as the celebrated… Read more

Review of You Only Get So Much by Dan Kolbet

After a tragic, life-changing event shatters Billy Redmond’s idyllic life forever, he becomes a reclusive loner. He chooses to live alone in the Montana Mountains and remain estranged from his family for the next twelve years. He thinks it’s better… Read more