e-ARC Review: The Mermaid’s Voice Returns in This One by Amanda Lovelace (Women are Some Kind of Magic #3)

Well, one of my new year’s resolution was to read books outside my comfort zone. And hence this. I am not fond of contemporary poetry or free verse poetry, and from what I can think of, it’s because of my need for long verses and flowery language. The Mermaid’s Voice Returns in This One isContinue reading “e-ARC Review: The Mermaid’s Voice Returns in This One by Amanda Lovelace (Women are Some Kind of Magic #3)”

e-ARC Review: The Last by Hanna Jameson|A nuclear apocalypse, a murder, and a haunted hotel|

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Breaking: Nuclear weapon detonates over Washington Breaking: London hit, thousands feared dead Breaking: Munich and Scotland hit. World leaders call for calm Historian Jon Keller is on a trip to Switzerland when the world ends. As the lights go out on civilization, he wishes he had a way of knowing whether hisContinue reading “e-ARC Review: The Last by Hanna Jameson|A nuclear apocalypse, a murder, and a haunted hotel|”

e-ARC Review: Of Blood and Bone by Nora Roberts (Chronicles of The One #2)

Blurb (as on Goodreads): They look like an everyday family living an ordinary life. But beyond the edges of this peaceful farm, unimaginable forces of light and dark have been unleashed. Fallon Swift, approaching her thirteenth birthday, barely knows the world that existed before—the city where her parents lived, now in ruins and reclaimed by natureContinue reading “e-ARC Review: Of Blood and Bone by Nora Roberts (Chronicles of The One #2)”

e-ARC Review: The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton|A crazy psychological experiment|

Blurb (as on Goodreads): The Rules of Blackheath Evelyn Hardcastle will be murdered at 11:00 p.m. There are eight days, and eight witnesses for you to inhabit. We will only let you escape once you tell us the name of the killer. Understood? Then let’s begin… Evelyn Hardcastle will die. Every day until Aiden Bishop canContinue reading “e-ARC Review: The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton|A crazy psychological experiment|”

Book Review: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Two Truths and a Lie. The girls played it all the time in their tiny cabin at Camp Nightingale. Vivian, Natalie, Allison, and first-time camper Emma Davis, the youngest of the group. The games ended when Emma sleepily watched the others sneak out of the cabin in the dead of night. TheContinue reading “Book Review: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager”

e-ARC Review: The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse|A gripping tale of love and betrayal|

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Bringing sixteenth-century Languedoc vividly to life, Kate Mosse’s The Burning Chambers is a gripping story of love and betrayal, mysteries and secrets; of war and adventure, conspiracies and divided loyalties . . . Carcassonne 1562: Nineteen-year-old Minou Joubert receives an anonymous letter at her father’s bookshop. Sealed with a distinctive family crest,Continue reading “e-ARC Review: The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse|A gripping tale of love and betrayal|”

e-ARC Review: Foe by Ian Reid

Blurb (as on Goodreads): We don’t get visitors. Not out here. We never have. In Iain Reid’s second haunting, philosophical puzzle of a novel, set in the near-future, Junior and Henrietta live a comfortable, solitary life on their farm, far from the city lights, but in close quarters with each other. One day, a strangerContinue reading “e-ARC Review: Foe by Ian Reid”

e-ARC Review: The Fear by C.L. Taylor

Blurb (as on Goodreads): When Lou Wandsworth ran away to France with her teacher Mike Hughes, she thought he was the love of her life. But Mike wasn’t what he seemed and he left her life in pieces. Now 32, Lou discovers that he is involved with teenager Chloe Meadows. Determined to make sure history doesn’tContinue reading “e-ARC Review: The Fear by C.L. Taylor”

e-ARC Review: The Ballad of Huck and Miguel by Tim DeRoche

Blurb (as on Goodreads): In this retelling of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Tim DeRoche dares to imagine that Huck Finn is alive today. Chased by his vengeful and psychotic father, Pap, Huck escapes down the concrete gash that is the Los Angeles River with his friend Miguel, an illegal immigrant who has beenContinue reading “e-ARC Review: The Ballad of Huck and Miguel by Tim DeRoche”

e-ARC Review: The Glass Forest by Cynthia Swanson

Blurb (as on Goodreads): From the New York Times bestselling author of The Booksellercomes a gripping literary suspense novel set in the 1960s about a deeply troubled family and three women who will reveal its dark truths. In the autumn of 1960, Angie Glass is living an idyllic life in her Wisconsin hometown. At twenty-one, she’s married to charming,Continue reading “e-ARC Review: The Glass Forest by Cynthia Swanson”