Tag Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: The Whisper Man by Alex North

“Sometimes things that look simple turn out to be much more complicated, and the extra stuff ends up being missed.” “And the extra stuff in this case,” she said, “could include someone getting away with murder.” Book Rating 3.5/5 Book Review Oh boy, The Whisper Man gave me the creeps! If you’re not trying to…

Book Review: Well Met by Jen DeLuca

Book Rating 4/5 Book Review Ah, what a fun, refreshing novel! I could really relate to Emily, the main character in Well Met. Maybe because she was about my age and had a kind of fun, snarky point of view. I wanted to shake her at times, telling her she was worth more than she…

Book Review: Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

Book Rating 5/5 Book Review Riley Sager does it again! I have loved Sager’s other books. Check out my posts on them:Β The Last Time I Lied and Final Girls. All five star reads to me, so when I saw Lock Every Door, I was immediately sure that it wouldn’t let me down. And, I wasn’t…

Book Review: My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix

She could decide how she was going to be. She had a choice. Life could be an endless series of joyless chores, or she could get totally pumped and make it fun. There were bad things, and there were good things, but she got to choose which things to focus on. Her mom focused only…

Book Review: What The Wind Knows by Amy Harmon

I know the novelty will wear off, and life will intrude before long. But it is not the newness of her, the newness of us, that has captured me. It is the opposite. It is as if we always were and always will be, as though our love and our lives sprang from the same…

Book Review: Running in Circles by Claire Gray

Book Rating 3.5/5 Book Review Thank you, Caoimhe O’Brien, for reaching out and inviting me to be involved in the blog tour for this! DISCLAIMER: I did receive a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. However, you can also read for free if you have Kindle Unlimited! At first, the…

Book Review: Sphere by Michael Crichton

“We are, in reality, terribly frail animals. And we don’t like to be reminded of how frail we are–how delicate the balances are inside our own bodies, how short our stay on Earth, and how easily it is ended.” Book Rating 4/5 Book Review Well, Michael Crichton is starting to become one of my favorite…