Hey everybody! Coming up in the next few weeks we’ve got two psychological thrillers for you, both from best selling authors, specifically JP Delaney and Freida McFadden. And there’s also a sci-fi novel in the mix too, this time from best selling author Blake Crouch. Stay tuned to check them out!
This is hands-down the most action-packed biography I have ever read! And it’s almost the most egotistical and narcissistic sounding biography I have ever read!
Book review by Cari Mayhew.
Death, manipulation, and deception are the foremost themes in this suspense-thriller! Sophie arrives at her childhood home to find her mum dead, hanging from a tree, and her father stabbed to inches of his life on the floor. Continue reading Everything is Lies by Helen Callaghan.
Book review by Cari Mayhew. Rating 9/10.
This author is a master of suspense! The premise of this book called out to me and I was immediately intrigued. I was on tenterhooks all the way through and the story stayed with long after the end! Continue reading Disclaimer by Renee Knight.
I did say I wasn’t going to review the whole of the Fallen Series as I was afraid of giving away too many spoilers, but I took the time to read the 4 books, so I thought I might as well write a few words on it. Continue reading The Fallen Series by Lauren Kate.
Hi there folks! Having recently read and reviewed the first book in the Fallen series, by Lauren Kate, I am now reading the next 3 books. The next review on the blog will be a review encompassing all 3 of those remaining books.
I would prefer to be saying this book is a beautiful love story, but above all else, this book is a horror story, depicting one person’s actual experience as a prisoner and worker in Auschwitz. It is important that books like this are written so that similar tales need never be told again – it is a warning. Continue reading The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris.
Book review by Cari Mayhew. Rating 7/10.
A country where women can only speak 100 words a day – a novel concept for a dystopian thriller! The protagonist’s bitterness was palpable, and there were huge stakes at play, making for an intense read. Continue reading Vox by Christina Dalcher.