This book was crazy good imo. Absolutely 5/5 stars hands down.
I don’t read many books in this genre, because I usually can pin the culprit before the big reveal.
This is the third book I have read by her and I was not able to guess. I loved it and flew through it just in time to take it back as a one week check out.
The twists, and the suspense…..
I am not going to leave any spoilers in here but I will absolutely reccomend this book as well as :
- An Unwanted Guest
- The couple next door
- A stranger in the house
I will read anything by her.
If you have read anything by this author let me know in the comments ! Thanks for stopping by
Just throwing out some blog post ideas to mix in with hauls, unhauls, tbrs and wrap ups lol.
All of the following books are in audiobook form.
I have the first three books to the red rising series by Pierce Brown.
“Red Rising”, “Golden Son” and “Morning star”.
I have the latest 2 books from Becky Chambers “Record of A Space Born Few” from the wayfarers series, and “To Be fought, if Fortunate”, which is a novella… and I’m not sure it it’s a new series or part of wayfarers.
“A Stranger in the House” by Shari Lapena (I love her books). I’m currently reading “Someone you know” and it’s really good so far.
“City of Girls” by Elizabeth Gilbert
And last but not least
“American Spy” by Lauren Wilkinson.
Have you read any of these?
Thanks for stopping by and Happy Reading!!!!
This month a friend of mine and myself decided to each pick about 5 books for each other to read from our kindle books.
I don’t remember how to tag on here so go check “mybookworld24”. There is are lots of awesome posts to check out!
1. I am Lemonade Lucy by Kevin Womack
2. Breaking Light by Heather Hansen
3. A Fire Sparkling by Julianne Maclean
4. Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly
5. Fever King by Victoria Lee
I’m hoping to get through all of these this month, however I will be happy if I get through even 2 of them. Just been a little off still on reading. I have plenty to read but not sure what sounds good lol.
I was able to read 3 books this month. Still a bit slow for me, however I am hoping that this is a positive direction to get back on track for myself.
I didnt do the links or photos this time but I do want to say I really enjoyed all 3 of them. I think I have a review up for all 3 of them also.
Girl wash your face by Rachel Hollis
Recursion by Blake Crouch
Between shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys
Historical fiction always breaks me and I really love reading this genre during this time period. I can’t really explain it.
I would love to give this book 5 stars. But the ending seemed a little ..suddenly closed off..in comparison to small time jumps, it was just all of a sudden done with and the epilogue is a quick letter from a main character.
I am curious to know how much fact is behind this book. Some historical fictions are just..an idea and kinda glimpsy… but this felt so much more.
If that was the goal then great. But I am still curious to know.
Check out this book on Goodreads: Between Shades of Gray http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7824322-between-shades-of-gray
I have accumulated a sh*t ton of books on my kindle fire and apparently I have also got paid attention to the order of the books or liked it enough to get anyways in case others of the series pop on for free or cheap. That’s how this happens. (Goodreads is no help in this case. I had to google it)
This book, is book 4 in the duncan hunter series. Which it starts out interesting so I didn’t really want to give it up. But I can’t start a series in the middle. And the other 3 didn’t sound interesting to me. And even seemed a little deceiving on what it was about. Is it a historical fiction or a political crime like thriller. I’m not into military type books tbh so I’m giving this one a pass.
If anyone has read that series, can you let me know what you thought of it?
These are 9 books that I am going through on my Kindle.
Nana by Brandon Massey: probably spookier then I want to read.
To the stars and back by Camilla Isley: book 4 in a series I have not yet read or started.
Wolves of Wisteria by Angela Pepper: book 6 in a series I have not read or started.
What comes of eating Doughnuts with a boy who plays guitar by Nicole Campbell : target audience is younger and doesn’t seem appealing to me.
What I am the most eager to read from this list is:
Smoke by Val St. Crowe: it reminds me of the Talon series by Julie Kagawa