Review: Believe Me

Rating: 4 Stars When I read J. P. Delaney's The Girl Before, I thought it was good, except the last part which fell flat for me. I don't have any such complaints with Believe Me. This is my kind of book, with enough twists and turns, and grey characters to make me happy. This is... Continue Reading →

Review: Pieces of Her

Rating: 3 Stars Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter is about how an act of terror in a local mall changes the life of Andrea Oliver. Andy is 31 years old, and lives at home with her mother, having moved back from New York a few years back after her mother's health problems. Andy's life... Continue Reading →

Review: Last Time I Lied

Rating: 4 Stars Another good thriller by Riley Sager. Last Time I Lied is the story of Emma, whose first stay at summer camp was cut tragically short 15 years ago. After dreaming of going to the exclusive Camp Nightingale for the longest time, Emma finally got a chance when she was 13 years old.... Continue Reading →

Review: The Silent Patient

Rating: 3.5 Stars I read some gushing reviews for The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides which made me want to read it immediately. So, instead of waiting for the book to get to me by post, I opted for the Kindle version which is a kind of instant gratification for impatient people like me. I... Continue Reading →

Review: Final Girls

  Rating: 4 Stars Like all hyped books, I thought Final Girls by Riley Sager would be another average read, another book being compared to Gone Girl, another thriller with predictable twists. Thankfully, this time I was wrong. And to be fair, Stephen King didn't say it was like Gone Girl, he said that if... Continue Reading →

Review: The Good Girl

Rating: 3 Stars I had been thinking about reading The Good Girl by Mary Kubica for a long time. It seemed to be a favourite on Instagram. I was a bit disappointed with it though. First off, there were comparisons to Gone Girl, which is never a good thing. A book should be original and... Continue Reading →

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