Book of the Month (BOTM) · New Releases TBR

Book of the Month – December 2022/BOTY 2022

The selections for this month were (all information come from the BOTM website):

  1. Kiss Her Once For Me by Alison Cochran
    • Romance
    • Quick Take: Cozy up with this delightful holiday tale as old as time: boy meets girl, girl meets boy’s sister (who she loves).
    • Good to Know: LGBTQ+, Quirky, Fake Dating, Siblings
  2. Babel by R. F. Kuang
    • Historical Fantasy / Yearly Look-Back
    • Quick Take: Knowledge is power in this potent, Oxford-set tale about the magic of translation and the tumult of revolution.
    • Good to Know: 400+ pages, Literary, Brainy, Academic
  3. All the Dangerous Thing by Stacy Willingham
    • Thriller / Repeat Author / Early Release
    • Quick Take: Since her son went missing Isabella Drake can’t sleep. After reading this thriller you might not be able to either…
    • Good to Know: Nonlinear Timeline, Puzzle, Unreliable Character, Mama Drama
  4. The Circus Train by Amita Parikh
    • Historical Fiction / Debut
    • Quick Take: All the world’s a stage in this moving WWII story about a traveling circus and finding your path in dark times.
    • Good to Know: Inspirational, International, Movie-ish, Underdog
  5. The Light Pirate by Lily Brooks-Dalton
    • Literary Fiction
    • Quick Take: Life (and hope) find a way to muddle through after the levees break and the waters surge in this meditative novel.
    • Good to Know: LGBTQ+, Sad, Rural, Dystopian

The book I decided to grab is All the Dangerous Things. I also grabbed the Book of the Year Winner, Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin. This book was on my TBR, so I decided to grab it since I was able to get it for free with BOTM.

Thrillers have really been catching my attention recently and I have also seen Stacy Willingham’s name a couple times for different books, so I decided to give this one a shot. Have you read any books by Stacey Willingham? What were your thoughts? Suggestions?

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