Book of The Month Book Reviews

Book of the Month Reviews: Spring 2018

APR: The Oracle Year by Charles Soule The Oracle Year is a Sci-Fi book that reminds me a little bit of Dark Matter. It follows Will Dando, a musician who suddenly receives hundreds of predictions from the future in a dream. With the help of his friend, he sets up a website (known as “the Site”) and lists some of these predictions, all of which come true. The site goes viral and ends up influencing a number of world events and international politics. The book has quite a few characters and narrators (Will and his friends, the president of the United States, a preacher, a journalist…). At first I didn’t really understand why there were so many unnecessary characters but …

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Haircare Product Reviews

Redken No Blow Dry Air Dry Cream

I’m on a roll with this blogging thang lately! I just purchased a couple new products from Redken, one of which is this No Blow Dry (or “NBD” as they call it) cream. I’ve been a pretty loyal Redken fan over the past year or so (their shampoo and conditioner in the All Soft line which is my favorite!) and Ulta was having a buy 2 get one free sale, so I dug around to see what else I could get. This cream caught my eye, since I rarely ever blow dry my hair and usually let it air dry but then end up heat styling it to death afterwards.These air dry creams seem to be all the rage right …

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Book of The Month Book Reviews

Book of the Month Reviews: Winter 2018

Okay guys, I think I can actually handle these quarterly mini-reviews! Definitely more doable than monthly ones 🙂 Here are the three books I received for the first quarter of this year from Book of the Month! JAN: As Bright as Heaven by Susan Meissner This isn’t usually the genre of book I’d normally get (which would be chick thrillers I guess) but this was set in Philadelphia so I was intrigued! It also had really great reviews. The cover of the book is of the Logan Square fountain which is pretty cool. The story is set in the early 20th century (1918) and follows a family of 3 sisters and their parents as they move from Quakertown to Philadelphia …

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