Confessions (2008) by Kanae Minato

My copy was translated by Stephen Snyder My Review: Confessions is a hauntingly gripping story about love, loss, motherly bonds, and the worst of human nature. I appreciate how all of the characters are multidimensional, deep and consistent in their actions. I found it as hard not to understand where they were coming from and,Continue reading “Confessions (2008) by Kanae Minato”

Thirteen Storeys (2020) by Jonathan Sims

My Review: I won’t lie – I thoroughly enjoyed Thirteen Storeys as a whole. I loved each “Stor(e)y” as its own and honestly think this would be a great Shutter or Netflix limited series. There are enough creepy elements in each chapter to hold their own. Each chapter can be considered its own short story;Continue reading “Thirteen Storeys (2020) by Jonathan Sims”

She Said, Three Said (2020) by David B. Lyons

My Review: She Said, Three Said is not a book for everyone. It’s not a spoiler to say that the book heavily revolves around Sexual Assault. We start in the deliberation room when 12 jurors go over the evidence presented at trial to decide whether or not to convict three men of their alleged SAContinue reading “She Said, Three Said (2020) by David B. Lyons”

Can’t Look Away (2022) by Carola Lovering

My Review: Jake and Molly fell in love at first sight. But their love story ends in heartache for both parties. Years later, they both move on, and Molly is now happily married to Hunter living in a small town. They are having problems conceiving their second child, and Molly doesn’t feel like anyone understandsContinue reading “Can’t Look Away (2022) by Carola Lovering”

Reckless Girls (2022) by Rachel Hawkins

I have to say that I didn’t expect to love this book as much as I did, I knew I was going to like it, because Hawkin’s debut thriller was a crazy ride I thoroughly enjoyed. In Reckless Girls we follow some people who find that it would be a great idea to sail toContinue reading “Reckless Girls (2022) by Rachel Hawkins”

The List by Carys Jones (2021) Review

What would you do if you found a list with your name on it? Why I picked up the book: Beth Belmont is on her daily run when she finds something different in a route she knows as the palm of her hand: the corner of a paper at the base of a tree. CuriosityContinue reading “The List by Carys Jones (2021) Review”

The Chateau by Catherine Cooper (2021) Snapshot

You can run but you can’t hide Aura and Nick needed a fresh start. With their marriage on the rocks following a scandal, they moved to France to offer their children a better life and give their marriage a chance. They thought they were moving to paradise, but sometimes your past follows you, and someoneContinue reading “The Chateau by Catherine Cooper (2021) Snapshot”

Pride and Premeditation by Tirzah Price (2021) Review

Lizzie is a breath of fresh air Jane Austen Murder Mystery #1 Why I picked up the book: Pride and Premeditation is a mystery YA debut novel. In it, we follow Lizzie Bennet, a 16-year-old law fanatic and feminist extraordinaire who doesn’t accept women only being allowed in court as witnesses and wants to paveContinue reading “Pride and Premeditation by Tirzah Price (2021) Review”

Later by Stephen King (2021) Snapshot

Ghosts don’t lie We meet James, a single mother’s child who has the unnatural ability to see ghosts as they died and spirits don’t lie. His mother is aware of his power and urges him to keep it a secret. But when it can benefit her, she has no problems killing his innocence by usingContinue reading “Later by Stephen King (2021) Snapshot”

His & Hers by Alice Feeney (2020) Snapshot

There is always more than one side to the truth Just like the adage says, there are always two sides to any story, and the truth lies somewhere in the middle. Alice Feeney tells the story through Jack’s and Anna’s POVs. Anna is a BBC news reporter who reluctantly covers the suspicious murder of aContinue reading “His & Hers by Alice Feeney (2020) Snapshot”