The first thing that came to my mind when I was reading The Hunter’s Moon by Beth Trissel was that I can never hang out with this person. Bizarre thought, right? Not to me.
Hannah Fatier has just started her first job as an anesthesiologist at Deaconess Hospital in San Francisco, she has just bought a new home, and she is newly engaged. In short, Hannah’s life is going well. That is, until a patient under Hannah’s care dies of mysterious causes during a routine operation. Someone has framed her for the death of her patient, but who? And more importantly, why?
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell has quickly become one of my favorite novels. Cather, nicknamed Cath, has always relied on her twin sister, Wren, for companionship. Growing up, the two read Simon Snow and wrote fanfiction together. After their mother left, the sisters relied on the fantastical storylines they read and penned to fill a void, allowing them to fall into a magical mystical world and spend time together doing something they loved.
Jane Eyre was one of those books that you adored before you have even read it. Individuals may feel that it’s only a romantic tale yet it’s truly more than that. It’s more of a coming-of-age story and Mr. Rochester just happened to be part of it. I loved how the novel was broken into three volumes. Each volume represented a part of her life; her character development.
The Landlord is a very sinister book that is about how a landowner seeks revenge on inhabitants that do not pay their rent on time. It all starts in North Dakota, a few college boys decided to rent a house and following a couple of months, they begin to have issues with each other. Most of the time they were late when it came to paying the landlord his money, so the landlord decided to pay them a visit.