4.5 out of 5 stars This was a thrilling debut novel from Courtney Gould! The Dead and the Dark was fast-paced and kept me guessing pretty much right up till the end. My favorite part just might be how expertly Gould takes something as seemingly unremarkable as a negative feeling and materializes it into something… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE DEAD AND THE DARK BY COURTNEY GOULD
SYNOPSIS: Breathtaking and haunting, Rin Chupeco’s second novel is a chilling companion to her debut, The Girl from the Well. The darkness will find you. Seventeen-year-old Tark knows what it is to be powerless. But Okiku changed that. A restless spirit who ended life as a victim and started death as an avenger, she’s groomed… Continue reading THE SUFFERING BY: RIN CHUPECO REVIEW + EXCERPT + A GIVEAWAY!!!
Happy Release Day to Sparrow 59 by Devon Ashley!!! Before I start gushing all over the place about this gem, let me lure you in and bring you over to the darkside.
2.85 out of 5 stars I can honestly say A Novel Obsession was full of surprises, in so many different ways. This book starts out pretty hot and heavy in the bedroom, which gives the feel that this is going to be one steamy read, but really that was just about the only sexually… Continue reading A NOVEL OBSESSION BY: JEFF JOSEPH
4.5 out of 5 stars I loved this book! Seriously Stephen King could just about anything, and I’m about 98% sure I would love it.
3.5 out of 5 stars Well this book was definitely interesting. The cover is gorgeous and the blurb was super intriguing, and my library had this in, so I figured, why not? I am glad I did pick it up. This book grabbed me from the first page and had me hanging in… Continue reading THE UNBECOMING OF MARA DYER BY: MICHELLE HODKIN
3 out of 5 stars Connecting Strangers was rather hard to rate. There were some elements here that I found well done, and others not so much. So I think 3 stars was a safe meeting ground. This book was about Emily, a girl who was desperately trying to run away from her… Continue reading CONNECTING STRANGERS BY: RACHEL CARRINGTON