Tag: Thriller

  • Book Review: The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

    Title: The Woman in the WindowAuthor: A.J. FinnSeries: NonePublished: January 2018Publisher: William MorrowPages: 429From: Wal-MartRating: 8/10 A book about a woman who locks herself in her home for an extended period of time, spies on her neighbors, and sees something she is unsure of? This sounded like my kind of book! I love narrators who […]

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  • Book Review: Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman

    Title: Something in the WaterAuthor: Catherine SteadmanSeries: NonePublished: June 2018Publisher: BallantinePages: 384From: Wal-MartRating: 6/10 I found this book, Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman, on Goodreads and it sounded oh so good. A possible mystery in Bora Bora?! Yes please! However. It is not really like that. And for that, I was let down […]

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  • Book Review: The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

    Title: The Death of Mrs. WestawayAuthor: Ruth WareSeries: NonePublished: May 2018Publisher: Gallery/Scout PressPages: 368From: Wal-MartRating: 9/10 The Death of Mrs. Westaway is not Ruth Ware’s first novel, but it is my favorite that the author has written so far. The book, about a young woman who receives a letter claiming she has an inheritance waiting […]

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  • Book Review: The Devil Crept In by Ania Ahlborn

    Title: The Devil Crept InAuthor: Ania AhlbornSeries: NonePublished: February 2017Publisher: Gallery BooksPages: 374From: MyBookBoxRating: 8/10 So. Soooooo. Ania Ahlborn is a horror genius. This book creeped me the eff out. I started reading this book one night because I wanted something to read that I hadn’t read before, genre-wise. And I definitely found it in […]

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  • Book Review: Disclaimer by Renee Knight

    Title: DisclaimerAuthor: Renee KnightSeries: NonePublished: April 2015Publisher: DoubledayPages: 304From: Barnes and NobleRating: 9/10 Lately, I’ve been reading a lot of books that require trigger warnings before opening the covers. Now, that is definitely not a bad thing, because I think things that require that happen all too often, and we as the general public only […]

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  • Girl on Fire: Rage, rage against the dying of the light

    [As seen in Creston News Advertiser, December 18, 2014] A week or so ago, I was sitting in a movie theater, the lights low and the sounds of people munching popcorn reverberating through the room. Then, when trailer after trailer of upcoming films finished, the adventure began. Warning: spoiler alert. The adventure was “Interstellar,” a […]

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  • Author Interview: Rhys A. Jones

    Author: Rhys A. Jones Famous for: The Obsidian Pebble, etc. After having the opportunity to review British author Rhys A. Jones’ young adult novel The Obsidian Pebble, I was also given the opportunity to interview the man behind the book, thanks to Robert Wood of Standoutbooks. Enjoy the interview! OR: You are from the UK. […]

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