BookTrib Review: The Art of Falling

BookTrib Review: The Art of Falling

This week on BookTrib, Julie Cantrell reviews The Art of Falling by Kathryn Craft. From the BookTrib review: “With her trademark delivery of poignant characters, lush language, and accurate research, Craft has delivered a novel that does much more than entertain.”...
BookTrib Review: Fallout Girl

BookTrib Review: Fallout Girl

This week on BookTrib, Sonja Yoerg reviews Fallout Girl by Katie Rose Guest Pryal. From the BookTrib review: “Modern, fresh, and entirely credible, Fallout Girl is a love story wrapped inside a heart-rending struggle for personal freedom.” Click here to read the full...
BookTrib Review: Branching Out

BookTrib Review: Branching Out

This week on BookTrib, Tina Ann Forkner reviews Branching Out by Kerstin March. From the BookTrib review: “An unforgettable love story of two very real people that will compel the reader to hope deeply for a happily ever after, even as the poetically-written story...
BookTrib Review: The Feathered Bone

BookTrib Review: The Feathered Bone

This week on BookTrib, Kerstin March reviews The Feathered Bone by Julie Cantrell. From the BookTrib review: “Cantrell’s writing in The Feathered Bone is exceptional and her love of Louisiana is a colorful backdrop for this dramatic story.” Click here to read the full...
BookTrib Review: What Happened That Night

BookTrib Review: What Happened That Night

This week on BookTrib, Tina Ann Forkner reviews What Happened That Night by Sandra Block. From the BookTrib review: “Poignant and at times frightening, Dahlia’s story is notably significant for this generation. If readers haven’t discovered Sandra Block, the time to...
BookTrib Review: Promised to the Crown

BookTrib Review: Promised to the Crown

This week on BookTrib, Nomi Eve reviews Promised to the Crown by Aimie K. Runyan. From the BookTrib review: “Under Runyan’s pen, history becomes intimate, and the characters she conjures appear as vivid and full of life as if they were our own contemporaries.” Click...