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: 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: Need To Know

Rating: 3.75 Stars This book really took me by surprise! I don't know why I bought it, maybe because there wasn't much choice at the time, but I'm so glad that I did. This is one book that all fans of suspense, thrills and espionage should read. That it is written by a former CIA... 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: 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: 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 →

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