Book Review by Cari Mayhew.
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.
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 This is to free me up to read longer books, binge-read whole series of books, read unpublished fan fiction, and pursue other interests.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.
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.
Book review by Cari Mayhew. Rating 6/10.
This is an odd book, but despite its haphazard beginnings, by the three-quarter mark I was hooked and could not put it down! Continue reading What Did I Do? By Jessica Jarlvi.