Crime Puzzles [Diane Vogt]

I've always been a huge fan of puzzles and brain teasers. My curiosity was piqued when I came across Crime Puzzles: Short Forensic Mysteries to Challenge Your Inner Amateur Detective. Part of a series of 60-Second Brain Teasers by M. Diane Vogt, this was certainly an intriguing collection, though I think 60 seconds is a…

Einstein: The Poetry of Real [Marwan Kahil]

Reading Albert Einstein: The Poetry of Real by Marwan Kahil is is the first time I've delved into reading a biography that is also a graphic novel. Illustrated by Manuel Garcia Inglesias, it's actually a pretty beautiful work. I've honestly been fairly conflicted on how I would rate and review this since reading it. On…

How to Hold Animals [Toshimitsu Matsuhashi]

Honestly, I was a little thrown by How to Hold Animals by Toshimitsu Matsuhashi. On the one hand, I can certainly consider this an incredibly informative book about the proper ways to handle various creatures that a person may end up coming across in their lives. On the other, it's a bit over the top…

Whispering Pines [Heidi Lang & Kati Bartkowski]

I can't sleep. I can't sleep and the blame lies entirely with Heidi Lang and Kati Bartkowski's Whispering Pines. Now, I don't generally read or enjoy books that set my heart racing like this and leave me fearful of closing my eyes. I'm much more fond of sappy heart racing novels. But I have to…