A Bookworm's World

Blog URL:http://luanne-abookwormsworld.blogspot.com/
Blog Tags:books, reviews, giveaways, blogger
Country:Canada

Hmm, well I'm an avid rabid reader who loves to share what I'm reading with my readers. I also host giveaways as well.



Latest Blog Posts



- You can't judge a book by its cover - which is very true. But you can like one cover version better than another....US coverUK coverMatthew Quick's new novel, The Reason You're Alive releases in the US on July 4/17 and the UK a week later. The...

The Odds of You and Me is Cecilia Galante's latest novel.It was the cover that first drew me to the book. I love those little sneakers protected by the bigger pair.And that's the premise of the book....Bird Connolly is a young single mom to four...

Over the Counter #353

on Feb 15, 2017

What books caught my eye this week as it passed over the library counter and under my scanner? I love abandoned buildings, flea markets, curbside treasures and more......First up is Junk Gypsy: Designing a Life at the Crossroads of Wonder and Wa...

A Darkness Absolute is the second book in Kelley Armstrong's Casey Duncan series. I devoured the first book, City of the Lost, and have been eagerly awaiting this next entry.Casey Duncan was a homicide detective 'down south'. She also killed a man be...

I love finding a book that is completely different from my usual reading fare - quirky, funny, heartwarming and just fun to read. The Impossible Fortress by Jason Rekulak is one of those finds.I think it was nostalgia that sold me on reading The...

- You can't judge a book by its cover - which is very true.  But you can like one cover version better than another....US coverUK coverI've enjoyed British author Paula Daly's previous books. Her latest, The Trophy Child, is on my ever teet...

There has been tons of buzz surrounding the release of Sarah Pinborough's just released novel, Behind Her Eyes.Especially the ending. And to get to the ending, you need to start at the beginning. (no cheating!) I started reading and was immediat...