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: Lying In Wait

Rating: 3.5 Stars Warning: Spoilers Lying In Wait, by Liz Nugent, introduces us to Lydia Fitzsimons, a woman with the perfect life. She lives in a beautiful mansion with her husband and son, both of whom love her unconditionally. Yet Lydia is not satisfied. She wants something more, and her husband will do anything to... Continue Reading →

Review: Our Kind Of Cruelty

Rating: 3 Stars Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall, is more the diary of a crazy, twisted individual, than an actual story. It is narrated by Mike Hayes while he is in prison awaiting a murder trial. His lawyer has asked him to pen down his story as seen from his perspective, and Mike... Continue Reading →

Review: Tangerine

Rating: 3 Stars I have always been a fan of old movies. From Humphrey Bogart to Paul Newman, from Ingrid Bergman to Grace Kelly, I have watched more old movies than new ones. Among some of my most favourite movies, are old classics like Gaslight, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, Rebecca, Rear Window and North... Continue Reading →

Review: The Woman In The Window

Rating: 3 Stars The Woman in The Window by A.J. Finn was my most anticipated read this year. I had been trying to get my hands on it for months, but something always went wrong and I ended up not buying it. So, when I did manage to get it finally, I couldn't wait to... Continue Reading →

Review: Behind Her Eyes

Rating: 4 Stars After I finished reading this book, I couldn't sleep that night! When all the reviews say that the ending is unexpected and shocking, they're not kidding. I have read so many thrillers, that there aren't many things that are truly surprising any more. Behind Her Eyes gave me such a jolt that... Continue Reading →

Review: The Chalk Man

Rating: 5 Stars Finally, a crime thriller that I could really sink my teeth into! The Chalk Man by C. J. Tudor is different in that it has a male protagonist and narrator. I have really become disillusioned with crazy females doing crazy shit, trying to become Amy Dunne! Here we have a middle-aged man,... Continue Reading →

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