Reshelved Books

This is the shelf where the finished books will be placed. Reviews will accompany these books. Our reviews are based on our opinions! 
If you read the same book and feel differently, feel free to comment on that book's post.
Hearing how you liked and rated the book is part of what this blog is all about!

March 20, 2017: Julia's Daughters by Colleen Faulkner -- 5 out of 5 Coffee Beans. 
~Review by Jessica 

March 12, 2017: After the Fall by Kate Heart -- 4 out of 5 Coffee Beans. 
~Review by Jillian 

March 8, 2017: Our Chemical Hearts by Krystal Sutherland -- 5 out of 5 Coffee Beans. 
~Review by Jessica 

March 6, 2017: How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather -- 3 out of 5 Coffee Beans. 
~Review by Jessica 

March 2, 2017: T1rteen R3asons Why by Jay Asher-- 5 out of 5 Coffee Beans
~Review by Jillian 
February 27, 2017: The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson-- 4 out of 5 Coffee Beans 
~Review by Jillian 

February 13, 2017: Boys of Summer by Jessica Brody-- 3 out of 5 Coffee Beans, The Improbable Theory of Zak and Ana by Brian Katcher -- 4 out of 5 Coffee Beans, The Romantics by Leah Konen-- 5 out of 5 Coffee Beans
~ Review by Jillian

February 8, 2017: Jars of Glass by Brad Barkely and Heather Hepler--4 out of 5 Coffee Beans. 
~Review by Jessica 

February 2, 2017: Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur-- 5 out of 5 Coffee Beans.
~Review by Jessica 

January 26, 2017: Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly-- 4 out of 5 Coffee Beans. 
~Review by Jessica 

January 22, 2017: Last One Home by Debbie Macomber-- 4 out of 5 Coffee Beans. 
~Review by Jessica 

January 12, 2017: All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr-- 3 out of 5 Coffee Beans.
~Review by Jessica  

January 5, 2017: The City Baker's Guide to Country Living by Louise Miller-- 5 out of 5 Coffee Beans!
~ Review by Jillian 

Dec. 29, 2016: Brooklyn by Colm Toibin is a novel that explores responsibility in terms of one's family and one's self.  I found this novel to be a partial love story, where the main character thinks she found love in two places, but really never found love in either.  While I enjoyed this novel, I found the ending to be abrupt and wanted more.  A For the Love of Dewey rating of 3.5 coffee beans.  

Dec. 21, 2016: Between Friends by Debbie Macomber is one of my new favorite books, and is the first book to receive 5 out of 5 Dewey Coffee Beans!  This book is about friendship, life, motherhood, family, war, women's rights, growing up, responsibility...and so much more.  This book is written in the form of letters and journal entries and is different from Macomber's other work.  A must read!  

Dec. 12, 2016: P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han is the adorable sequel to her novel To All the Boys I've Loved Before.  It's cute, its quirky, and incredibly engaging.  It goes beyond love and tackles tougher subjects such as trust and Internet bullying, while keeping the tone of the novel upbeat. A great young adult romance series!    ~Jessica

Dec. 2, 2016: Who Do You Love? By Jennifer Weiner.  4 out of 5 coffee beans for this coming of age novel!  I was unable to put this book down!  This novel is so different from Weiner's other work, which can be considered humorous, and is sort of a mixture between  Nicholas Spark & Kristin Hannah novel.  If you're looking for a book about love & soulmates, heartbreak, family, and life, pick this book up!

Nov. 24, 2016:  How I Came to Sparkle Again by Kaya McLaren.  3 out of 5 coffee beans and our second reshevled book! This book tackles the topic of heartbreak and it's multiple forms.  It also questions the difference between love and lust and how self-respect plays a role in each.  This book was both engaging and relatable, and makes for a great wintry read!    ~Jessica 

Nov. 17, 2016: All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda is the first book to be reshelved on this blog! It fall into the genre of thriller, as it focuses on the main character Nicolette "Nic" Farrell's quest to determine what happened to two missing girls in her hometown of Cooley Ridge, NC.  The book has a unique way about it in that it tells that story of what happened backwards. With many twists and turns, it keep holds the attention of the reader from beginning to end! ~ Jillian

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