Hey, hey, hey! Hello everybody!
I am stoked to confirm that Book Blog By Cari is coming back as of June this year.
Be ready for more of my spoiler-free book reviews and fun book related memes and handy book related articles.
Pretty soon you will get a sneaky peak at what book reviews are coming up next, so stay tuned!
Hi folks! Coming up next we have a Jack Reacher style crime novel, The Last Straw, followed by some true crime in the form of a part biography of a real life criminal mind profiler in Mindhunter. And next up after that is a mind-bending examination of God and probability in God’s Debris. Not to be missed – stay tuned!
Following a several month hiatus, Book Blog by Cari will once again be up and running in the next few weeks/days – stay tuned!
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!
Hi followers. I have decided to take a break from the blog to pursue other interests. Return date yet to be determined.
Hi folks. On second thoughts, I have decided not to post a review on the remaining books on the Fallen series, as it would be impossible to do so without giving away spoilers.
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.
In a change to the schedule, the next book to be reviewed will be Fallen by Lauren Kate, and The Dark Net will follow at some point afterward.
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!
Hi folks, just a heads up to let you know that from this point on and until further notice, my book reviews (and other articles) will be posted on a more sporadic basis. This is to free me up to read longer books, binge-read whole series of books, read unpublished fan fiction, and pursue other interests. I remain open to requests for book reviews from authors/publishers.