June 2020

All opinions used to describe the books’ themes and content are mine and mine alone, unless otherwise specified. Find a copy of these books at your local bookstore, or mine, Mystery to Me in Madison, WI!

Piglette – Katelyn Aronson / Eva Byrne

Fed up with her stinky siblings, this country pig heads to the City of Lights (Paris) to find her heart’s true home. Instead, Piglette makes a shocking discovery — she misses her family!

Read the full review HERE.

Court of Miracles – Kester Grant

If you loved The Six of Crows, you will be absolutely riveted by Grant’s world of thieves, magic, and cut-throat competition. This book builds its foundation upon Victor Hugo’s Lés Miserablés, capturing the very essence of valiance and persistence in the fight for liberté, égalité, fraternité.

Full review HERE.

The Lady’s Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness – Sarah Ramey

Dark, potent, and ridiculously clever, Sarah Ramey treks readers through the greatest depiction of the heroine’s journey we’ve seen in years. Ramey describes her experience as a WOMI (woman with a mysterious illness) in all of its physical, emotional, and spiritual glory.

Ramey’s story is not simple. Her story is not always happy. But make no mistake, Ramey’s story is but one in a sea of suffering souls unaware of the company they keep – a light in the darkness.

Full review HERE.