Review of Force of Nature by Jane Harper

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.


Dual Thriller Review

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.

Weekend Recommendations: Addicting Reads

Sometimes weekends are boring. You either plan it that way in favor of some relaxing downtime or it just happens and you’re stuck at home. With either option, some fast-paced and addicting reads can really spice up a weekend with no plans! Here are my recent choices that I couldn’t put down.

Review of The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor

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.

Dark Books and Funny TV Shows

So this post came from a Monday that I did not feel creative at all. I had no idea what to write for the blog so I thought I would recommend the randomness that I like and now, here it is, handed to you in the form of my lovely blog.

Review of Final Girls by Riley Sager

This book was excellent. It pulled at my nerves and really made me anxious and scared while I was reading it. I was hooked. I didn’t know who the killer was until the very end. A really amazing thriller.