With a Book in Our Hands

Eighteen reviewers telling you the good, the bad, and the ugly

With a Book in Our Hands

Eighteen reviewers telling you the good, the bad, and the ugly

Month: March 2021

March 29, 2021

A Diamond for Her

A Diamond for Her chronicles the fictitious history of the Winasook Iron Horses, who were the founding members of the Allegheny Independent League from 1921-1955. Baseball magic was born in these mountains proving time and again that anything can happen inside the diamond.

March 28, 2021

Perfect Little Dolls

Perfect Little Dolls by Karen Long Published January 18, 2021by Bookouture Rating: 3 Stars ⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Mystery & Thrillers DescriptionThe little boy played with his toy trains in the bedroom, keeping quiet so as not to wake his mother. He stayed silent as he watched his window creaking open and heard the whisper from outside. A minute […]

March 25, 2021


Everyone remembers Nick Carraway, the unreliable and oh-so-passive narrator of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, but what did his first 30 years of life look like before he found himself renting next door to the mysterious wealthy party host? Michael Farris Smith set out to find out and share the answer with us. Now that copyright has lapsed on Gatsby I expect we’ll get a lot more retellings and spinoff stories, but this will be remembered as the first prequel story, and a strong one at that!

March 23, 2021

Lost in the Never Woods

Lost in the Never Woods is a Peter Pan retelling like none I’ve ever read before. This is Wendy’s story after returning from Neverland… without her younger brothers and a good chunk of her memory surrounding what happened the day they went to Neverland. It’s been 5 years since Wendy returned and suddenly Peter is back without his shadow and kids are going missing. Can Wendy help Peter get his shadow back? Can they find the missing kids before it’s too late? What sort of demons need to be faced before certain mysteries can be solved?

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