Books reviewed by Michelle Anya Anjirbag at BookBrowse.

Michelle Anya Anjirbag
BookBrowse Reviewer

Michelle Anya Anjirbag studied literature, among other things, at the University of Connecticut and the University of Edinburgh. She has written shelf talkers for local bookstores and reviewed books for an assortment of sites including Cabinet des Fees and the blog BookNotes and FootMarks, but most frequently writes up her reading-related thoughts on Instagram: @Michelle_Anya, #fortheloveofthepage. She can also be found on Twitter @anjirbaguette and @bookfeet.

Books reviewed by Michelle Anya Anjirbag

Anger Is a Gift (07/11/18)
Dread Nation (05/02/18)
A Girl Like That (03/21/18)
La Belle Sauvage (12/06/17)
Genuine Fraud (09/06/17)
The Black Witch (08/02/17)
House of Names (05/31/17)
Saving Hamlet (01/04/17)

Editor's Choice

  • Book Jacket: A Girl's Guide to Missiles
    A Girl's Guide to Missiles
    by Karen Piper
    The Naval Air Weapons Station at China Lake near California's Mojave Desert is the navy's largest ...
  • Book Jacket: Tiffany Blues
    Tiffany Blues
    by M.J. Rose
    I admit it. I'm an M. J. Rose fan. But this time I believe she has outdone herself.

    Set in ...
  • Book Jacket: The Wrong Heaven
    The Wrong Heaven
    by Amy Bonnafons
    The narrators of the short story collection The Wrong Heaven are plagued by critical talking lawn ...
  • Book Jacket: Southernmost
    Southernmost
    by Silas House
    Southernmost opens with a devastating flood in Cumberland Valley, Tennessee. Could it be divine ...

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The Radium Girls by Kate Moore

The incredible true story of the women who fought America's Undark danger.

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    Our House
    by Louise Candlish

    A disturbing and addictive novel of domestic suspense.
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    Vox
    by Christina Dalcher

    What will one woman do to protect herself and her daughter in a society where women are silenced?
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    So Much Life Left Over
    by Louis de Bernieres

    An evocative and emotional novel set between the World Wars.
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