Blindsighted: Review

Karin Slaughter has made it on my must-reads list after Pretty Girls sunk its claws into me. I like that her novels are not predictable and hook you within the first few pages of the book. After looking over her titles, I picked up a few, including Kisscut, a book about a teenage quarrel that … Continue reading Blindsighted: Review

Thirteen Reasons Why: Review

All I have heard about lately is people debating Netflix’s latest binge-worthy show Thirteen Reasons Why and since I don’t have Netflix, I thought I would read the book. Make my own judgement about the story. I’ll start by saying that Jay Asher’s story is a good one. It’s well written and the plot was good. I … Continue reading Thirteen Reasons Why: Review

Pretty Girls: Review

I’ve caught the thriller bug. And I’m so happy that I picked up Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter, because this psychological thrill ride had me glued to its pages. I will give one warning, that wasn’t anywhere on the book – it’s pretty graphic. As in, I physically covered my face at a few points … Continue reading Pretty Girls: Review

The Best Kind of People: Review

The Best Kind of People by Zoe Whittall is a five-star book! It hooked me right away and it was definitely one that was hard to put down. The book poses the question, “What if someone you trusted was accused of the unthinkable?” And then goes about trying to answer that question, beautifully displaying how … Continue reading The Best Kind of People: Review

Lost & Found: Review

Lost & Found by Brooke Davis was on a list of must reads that I had saved on my phone. It got rave reviews, especially since it is the author’s debut novel. So I gave it a read. I was pretty disappointed. While the premise was interesting, it left me feeling sad. And wanting more. … Continue reading Lost & Found: Review