[Book Review] House of Salt and Sorrow

Title: House of Salt and Sorrow Author: Erin A Craig Pages: 400 Genre: Young Adult, Mystery Rating: 4 out of 5 stars So I started out reading this book as an E-book ARC that I was reviewing for Netgalley. Then, a certain book box arrived with this gorgeous book and I literally squealed. I really…

[Book Review] The Assassin’s Game

Title: The Assassin’s Game Author: Kirsty McKay Pages: 325 Genre: Mystery,  Thriller Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Cate is excited for her first time being accepted into the school guild and being able to play the game Killer. But, when a weird transfer student from her past winds his way into their guild,  Cate…

[Book Review] The Cabin

Title: The Cabin Author: Natasha Preston Pages: 317 Genre: Mystery, Romance Rating: 3 out of 5 stars This novel is an interesting mystery about a pair of unlikely friends who begin to take the detective work into their own hands. Mackenzie and Blake find themselves as the prime suspects when their friends are found dead…

[Book Review] The Delusion

Title: The Delusion Author: Laura Gallier Pages: 316 Genre: Paranormal, Horror, Young Adult Rating: 3 out of 5 Stars Just a warning, this book is about students committing suicide and a lot of death occurs throughout and is described as well. The main character, Owen Edmonds, drinks some water one day and is somehow able…

[BOOK REVIEW] Flowers in the Attic

Title: Flowers in the Attic Author: V. C. Andrews Pages: 411 Genre: Adult Fiction, Family Relations, Abuse Rating: 2 out of 5 stars Ah, the infamous book about incest. Every strange fiction enthusiast has read this book. Stealing an old copy from my mom, I finally sat down and read what all the fuss was…

[REVIEW] The Good Widow

Title: The Good Widow Author: Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke Pages: 292 Genre: Mystery, Tragedy, Thriller Rating: 3 out of 5 Stars This was a crazy story from beginning till end. First of all, I love how this was written. I was able to understand all of the references and enjoyed the writing unlike many…

[REVIEW] The Butterfly Garden

If you have a liking for the same weird and effed up stories as I do, then this book is right up your alley. It begins with an unnamed girl being interrogated by the police. She and 23 other girls had just been rescued from someone named ‘The Gardener.’ We are then introduced to the…

[REVIEW] Obscura

This book opens with a great opening scene. We are introduced to Gillian, a neural radiologist, who gets swept up with NASA. She then goes on to discover not everything in space is as it seems. This book will test the boundaries of what human kind can be capable of. A thriller definitely worth reading….

[REVIEW] The Sinner

The Sinner To begin, this book is quite triggering. It isn’t a psychological thriller for no reason. The Sinner by Petra Hammesfahr is not for the feint of heart. The story begins with Cora, the main character, going out to a day on the beach. She had planned to kill herself this day but for…