Okay, so the first thing I’m going to say to you about my book of the week is- ignore the lame, floofy cover. This book is totally, TOTALLY awesome, but this cover is terrible and makes it look like some sort of Mardi Gras Twilight. Buy it on your Kindle if the cover embarrasses you … More Amy’s Book of the Week
The Hitchhiker’s Guide is the book that got me into reading science fiction. If you’ve never tried any science fiction, or are if you’re just looking for a book full of adventure, towels and hilarious intergalactic adventures, this book is for you. Or if you’ve ever wondered what a bowl of petunias thinks as it’s falling through the … More Amy’s Book of the Week!
At 29, Katie’s life is going pretty darn well. She’s a successful chef at a well reviewed, popular restaurant that she helps run and she has plans to open an even better spot very soon. Then all at once everything starts to go wrong: her location falls through, her charming ex-boyfriend reappears, her best waitress … More Amy’s Book of the Week
Whatever you do, DON’T OPEN YOUR EYES. Malorie hasn’t looked outside her house in four years. She and her children sleep blindfolded with mattresses and blankets covering the doors and windows. Malorie is a young mother to two children, known to her only as “Boy” and “Girl”. She’s a hardened survivor in a postapocalytic world gone … More Amy’s Book of the Week
Area X is thought to be a myth, a conspiracy theory, an environmental disaster. But, it’s real. It appeared 30 years ago and after 11 expeditions, somehow it seems that even less is known about the area. The government has sent in several teams of skilled, highly trained people into Area X to try and … More Amy’s Book of the Week