Book Review: Weekend Pass by Paul CAvanagh

Rating: πŸ“šπŸ“šπŸ“šπŸ“š As someone who grew up around addiction and has what I like to call the addiction gene, this book hit home. They say certain traits can be inherited, and I do believe addiction is one of them, which is why I chose not to drink, smoke, or try not to take medication of … Continue reading Book Review: Weekend Pass by Paul CAvanagh

Book Review: Everything I thought I knew by shannon takaoka

Rating πŸ“šπŸ“šπŸ“šπŸ“š Everything I Thought I Knew was an eye-opening read. The first few pages were a whole reality check. Health problems can occur to even the healthiest of all people, regardless of age, size, or gender. This book is a very relatable and attention capturing read. Imagine being a teenager with big dreams and … Continue reading Book Review: Everything I thought I knew by shannon takaoka

Book Review: Saint X by Alexis Schaitkin

β€œI don’t think my parents understood their desires when they decided to have another child. They thought they wanted to raise another kid.  Really, they wanted to raise another Alison.”  Alison Thomas 18, the star of the novel. The all-around, All-American daughter. Claire Thomas 7, shy, odd, and the younger sister. Some would say the … Continue reading Book Review: Saint X by Alexis Schaitkin