Review of Force of Nature by Jane Harper. This book felt like being lost in a forest and no one knows to even look for you. Five women go in, four come out and each has a different story.
The start of my year has been especially thrilling thanks to the introduction of Mystery Thrillers to my reading regimen. I have always been drawn to mystery stories but I usually only read fantasy stories that contained mysteries.
I got this book through my Book of the Month Club subscription box and was very much looking forward to it. They claimed it was for fans of Stranger Things which was too tantalizing a comparison to pass up. However, although I believe that this was a decent read, it fell far from expectation.
A review of a horror trilogy called The Collectors. The first two books, The Butterfly Garden and The Roses of May, were extra creepy with some heart!
Daughter of the Burning City By Amanda Foody Published July 25th, 2017 Rating: 4.5/5 leafs I like my reviews to be little leaflets of information about the book, a list of things to be prepared for so you can get to reading. I also want reading to be an experience so at the end […]
I haven’t read a spy book in a long time and I don’t think I’ve ever read one that’s not spies from history or spies in fantasy or sci-fi spies. That is what I believe makes this book unique. We have plenty of spy tv shows but in literature, it is a genre that is fairly small, especially in YA. There was plenty of action, high-stakes, and combat talk.
This was an amazing reading experience. From the excellently packaged book (both the dust jacket and hard cover were gorgeous) to the lovely illustrations, to the stories. The Language of Thorns will suck you into the magical Grisha world even deeper.