ARC Spoiler-Free Review: I HOPE YOU GET THIS MESSAGE by Farah Naz Rishi

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler-free review of Farah Naz Rishi’s debut, I HOPE YOU GET THIS MESSAGE

I HOPE YOU GET THIS MESSAGE by Farah Naz Rishi is a relatable science-fiction story set in the modern day. This post DOES NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS.

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Holding On To What’s Important: THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS by Laura Taylor Namey

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler review of Laura Taylor Namey’s THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS

THE LIBRARY OF LOST THINGS by Laura Taylor Namey is a heartfelt contemporary that discusses the idea of family, mental health, and all things literary. I thankfully obtained this ARC from HarperCollins Publishers who kindly sent it to me via NetGalley for an honest review. Here is the summary and shortened review.

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ARC Spoiler-Free Review: AMONG THE FALLEN by Virginia Frances Schwartz

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler-free ARC review of AMONG THE FALLEN by Virginia Frances Schwartz

AMONG THE FALLEN by Virginia Frances Schwartz is a heartfelt standalone that takes place during the Victorian era and follows a girl as she enters a home run by Charles Dickens to give fallen women hope. This story addresses modern concepts of the #MeToo movement while addressing the problems of 1850s London. This post DOES NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS.

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The Weight of Sand: Spoiler Review of TIGER QUEEN by Annie Sullivan

#MediaGalRead’s spoiler review of Annie Sullivan’s TIGER QUEEN

TIGER QUEEN by Annie Sullivan is a fun standalone to read if you love story retellings. I am so glad I obtained this ARC through NetGalley.

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ARC Spoiler-Free Review: HOPE IS OUR ONLY WING by Rutendo Tavengerwei

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler-free review of Rutendo Tavengerwei’s HOPE IS OUR ONLY WING

HOPE IS OUR ONLY WING by Rutendo Tavengerwei is a lovely story that contains a determined balance of grief and hope. This post DOES NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS.

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Feminism and Forensic Science: Spoiler Review of STALKING JACK THE RIPPER by Kerri Maniscalco

#MediaGalReads’ spoiler review of Kerri Maniscalco’s STALKING JACK THE RIPPER.

STALKING JACK THE RIPPER by Kerri Maniscalco is a super feminist historical fiction that takes place in 1888 when Jack the Ripper haunts London. 

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Haunts and Hope: A Spoiler-Free Review of HOUSE OF SALT AND SORROWS by Erin A. Craig

#MediaGalRead’s spoiler-free review of the ARC, HOUSE OF SALT AND SORROWS by Erin A. Craig.

HOUSE OF SALT AND SORROWS by Erin A. Craig is a haunting retelling of the fairy tale, The 12 Dancing Princesses. I received this ARC on behalf of NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This post DOES NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS.

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