Review: The Graveyard Book

Rating: 5 Stars The Graveyard Book follows the adventures of "Bod" Nobody Owens, as he tries to lead a normal life, like all boys his age. Except, Bod lives in a graveyard, with his ghost parents, mad teachers, and a guardian who is neither alive nor dead. Bod is happy with his life; he is... Continue Reading →

Review: An Unwanted Guest

Rating: 4 Stars An old-fashioned murder mystery, set in an isolated hotel, where everyone is a suspect. What's not to like in a book like this? An Agatha Christie fan like me can never get enough of these mysteries, and Shari Lapena delivers the goods most satisfactorily. Ten people check into Mitchell's Inn, a beautiful... Continue Reading →

Review: The Girl Before

Rating: 3.5 Stars Another day, another thriller. This one, while above average, still fails where it counts the most.... the climax. It's not a boring book, not at all. It is so interesting that once I started reading, I found it hard to put it down, and finished it in one day only. It was... Continue Reading →

Review: Final Girls

  Rating: 4.5 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: Sometimes I Lie

Rating: 5 Stars One of the most engaging and thrilling books that I have read in recent times, Sometimes I lie is the story of Amber Reynolds, who is in a coma, and who has a story to tell. I started this book on a four-hour flight, thinking I will read for a while and... Continue Reading →

Review: The Broken Girls

Rating: 3.75 Stars The Broken Girls by Simone St. James is a chilling thriller with a paranormal twist. The central character is a boarding school for girls that used to take in troubled girls who no one wanted, but that has now become an abandoned, decrepit building after being shut down in 1979 In 1950,... Continue Reading →

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