June Book Reviews

Check out D. Wallace Peach’s June review post today. Nine intriguing-sounding books to add to your TBR piles, including a lovely one for my own Wake-Robin Ridge. Hope you’ll enjoy looking them over and will pass the post along so others can find out about them, too, thanks. And thanks to Diana for such a terrific selection of authors and books. Great post! 🙂

Myths of the Mirror

If you’re out and about, take a book with you on your wanderings. If you’re stuck at home, here are some reads to while away the time.

This month my offering of reviews includes fantasy, historical fiction, poetry, a thriller, a murder mystery, and more. I hope you enjoy browsing my 4 and 5-star reviews.

Click on the covers for Amazon global links.


The Mermaid and the Bear by Ailish Sinclair

I finished this book a few days ago and it’s stuck with me. I didn’t realize until I’d reached the end that it’s historical fiction based loosely on real women in 16th century Scotland when witches were rounded up, tortured, and murdered. Somehow it was easier to read when I thought it was pure fiction. After getting to know the characters, the author might as well have stabbed me in the heart.

The whole book is beautifully written…

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    • You’re very welcome. I’m so excited that you enjoyed WRR and shared those lovely words, and then to have it listed with eight other books that sound fantastic, at least one of which I KNOW is (The Raven Boys), well, that was the icing on the cake! It made me very happy to read it and it was a great pleasure to share it!
      🙂 ❤

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    • It’s my pleasure, Miriam. I’ll be checking out some of these books, myself. I already own the entire Raven Boys series, because Maggie Stiefvater is one of my favorite authors. I think I have all of her books, now, and it was a treat to find one of mine in the same post! 😀


    • Aw, thanks so much Trish! Judith is on my list, too, and I’ve got at least two of her books on my Kindle. OH, for enough time to read everything I want to! And Maggie Stiefvater is an unbelievably good writer. I have the whole Raven Boys series on my shelves, and a standalone book called The Scorpio Races that I absolutely loved. When you’re all caught up with Harry, you might check her books out, too.

      Why oh why aren’t there more reading hours in the day? (And Mark wonders why I gave up tv? It was an easy choice. 😀 )

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