Book Review: The House of Bradbury by Nicole Meier

This debut novel had me staying up way to late and waking early just to finish it.

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LOVED | 5/5 stars | Buy your copy of The House of Bradbury

Overview: Mia Gladwell’s life has come crashing down. Her first book was a failure, her fiancé, Carson, cheated on her and she’s living in her sisters carriage house. When the iconic home of Ray Bradbury goes up for sale, Mia purchases the home with the help of Carson knowing all too well that there will be a debt to repay. She moves forward with hopes that inspiration will strike for her as it did for Bradbury.

What I loved: Enjoyable and quick paced. A great writing style that left me pleasantly surprised, what a gem! This debut novel had me staying up way to late and waking early just to finish it.

What I didn’t: Not getting just a little bit more of our “Boo Radley.”

For my full review of The House of Bradbury, click play!

I received a copy from BookSparks in exchange for an honest review.

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