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 … More 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. … More Lost & Found: Review

All the Missing Girls: Review

All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda is a suspenseful, psychological thriller, told in the most unique way. Having read and enjoyed The Girl on the Train, I thought I would buy another recommended thriller and came across this one. I hesitated at first, as it was compared – very heavily – to Gone Girl. … More All the Missing Girls: Review

Music Monday: Just like fire

I’ve always liked P!nk. She stood out, spoke up and always brought an energy to her songs that I love. From her debut album Can’t Take Me Home (featuring my favourite song Most Girls) to The Truth About Love, this girl can sing. There is no doubt about that. I was lucky to see her … More Music Monday: Just like fire

The Girl on the Train: Review

The Girl On the Train by Paula Hawkins a great read. A page-turner from the beginning, I thoroughly enjoyed this thriller about three women and how their lives are entangled together through the men in their lives, and the train that runs through it. I loved the dairy format of the book, allowing us to … More The Girl on the Train: Review