Book Reviews Coming Soon

Hey there followers! Since I enjoyed my first Freida McFadden book so much, I decided I would read and review 2 more psychological thrillers from this bestselling author. And I’ll also be reviewing a steamy paranormal romance, the sequel to Raven’s Cry. Enjoy!

Book Reviews Coming Soon

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!

Book Reviews Coming Soon!

Hey folks, we’ve got a great mix of genres coming up! Do you ever wonder why misogyny still exists in 2022? That’s why I’m reading Sieghart’s book The Authority Gap. This is followed by a psychological thriller where the main character has multiple personality disorder. And then there’s the one “If Voldermort run Hogwarts you’d get the Zodiac Academy” which is also an over 18 dark romance! Stay tuned!

Book Reviews Coming Soon!

 

Hi Folks – we’ve got a great line-up coming next – 3 bestsellers:  “Disclaimer” – a thriller where an author seeks revenge on a reader,  “Everything is Lies” where it appears the protagonist was lied to all her life, and finally, “Mindhunter” the non-fiction book on which the Netflix series of the same name is based – stay tuned!

Book Reviews Coming Soon!

Welcome back, folks! Book Blog by Cari is back, and is entering a dark phase! Next lined up we have a novel based on true events, The Tattooist of Auschwitz, by Heather Morris, followed by 2 non-fiction books, firstly Dark World, where Zak Bagans tells of his experiences investigating the paranormal, followed by Jamie Bartlett’s The Dark Net, an expose on the internet’s most dangerous subcultures.  Stay tuned!

Book Reviews Coming Soon!

Get ready folks! The next batch of books kicks off with a bad boy billionaire romance to potentially rival to 50 Shades.  This is swiftly followed by the psychological suspense What Did I Do, where a woman elopes to Sweden following the suspicious death of her husband.  Last but certainly not least, we have the bestselling dystopian novel Vox, where women are only allowed to speak 100 words per day.  Stay tuned!