October Wrap Up

A little late but better late than never, in October I read 25.5 books. Yes, I finally finished Empire of the Vampire. 😰 📱 Lark Ascending* ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 📘 Our Shadows Have Claws* ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 📱 The Witch and the Tsar* ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 📕 Sanctuary ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 📗 The Boys from Biloxi* ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 🎧 The Oleander Sword ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 📱Continue reading “October Wrap Up”

REVIEW: Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six

Can you believe this is my first Lisa Unger novel? Where have I been? So embarrassing! The story bills itself as a bit of a horror in a secluded cabin story, which it is in part, but it gives us so much more than that. We get quite a few characters and time lines includingContinue reading “REVIEW: Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six”

Pub Day REVIEW: The Prisoner

Amelie has been kidnapped. She wakes up in a pitch black room with nothing more than a mattress and a tray of porridge provided to her each day. She knows her rich new husband has been kidnapped as well. She must work out who is after them and how to get away. I liked theContinue reading “Pub Day REVIEW: The Prisoner”

September Reading Wrap Up

This month I read 27 books. A little late to post but 🤷🏻‍♀️. 📱 The Moon Eater* â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ðŸ’« 📕 The Ravens ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 📱 Waterdown* ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 🎧  The Silence Before the Dawn* ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 📗 Echo North ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 📘 Black Potatoes â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ 🎧 The Prisoner* â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ðŸ’« 📱 The Monarchs* â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ðŸ’« 📕 ‘Til All These Things Be Done* â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ 📘 The Unsinkable Greta James â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ 📗 CloseContinue reading “September Reading Wrap Up”

REVIEW: The Moon Eater

“I am Gold, the marauder with a taste for the theatrical, and the talent to pull it off.” ——————— The Moon Eater is a dark crime thriller with supernatural elements, it drops you right into an epic battle between two supernatural serial killers. Gold is a half werewolf with a penchant for sugary baked goods, classicalContinue reading “REVIEW: The Moon Eater”

REVIEW: A Song of Winter

Climate change thrillers are becoming quite popular these days and I’ve been interested in the different approaches they take to a similar looming threat. A Song of Winter gives us a very technical and tactical story surrounding a sudden weather event which throws humanity into the path of extinction. We follow a group of peopleContinue reading “REVIEW: A Song of Winter”

REVIEW: My Summer Darlings

I really enjoyed last year’s The Hunting Wives even though it was a little fantastical and insane, it was a fun ride. My Summer Darlings just didn’t do it for me. First, about half the book is just porn. Not what folks are calling steamy these days, but outright porn. It was too over theContinue reading “REVIEW: My Summer Darlings”

REVIEW: What Jonah Knew

Jonah is a child who was born after a local musician goes missing. He is haunted with night terrors and often says strange things a child wouldn’t even so much as claiming his mother is not really his mother. His family crosses paths with the family of the missing man and he recognizes his dogContinue reading “REVIEW: What Jonah Knew”

REVIEW: Dark and Shallow Lies

In a small bayou village a group of children was born and they have spent their lives enmeshed. Grey and Elora were born on the same day and have always had an extra special bond so when Elora goes missing, Grey can’t cope until she figures out what happened to her friend. The town isContinue reading “REVIEW: Dark and Shallow Lies”

REVIEW: The Book Eaters

The Book Eaters was on my most anticipated releases of 2022 and while it wasn’t quite what I expected, I really enjoyed the unusual ride. First, I’ll say that I did this one on audiobook and the narrator has a very distinct English accent, it took a bit of time to adjust to. The storyContinue reading “REVIEW: The Book Eaters”