The Girl I Used To Be: A gripping thriller

The Girl I Used To Be by Mary Torjussen is a well-paced, gripping thriller with likeable characters and strong use of family dynamics. I was pleasantly surprised by this book after its slow start, and the ending really does pack a punch. There are multiple twists, all of which make sense and connect the pieces... Continue Reading →

The Pool House: A shocking page-turner

The Pool House is the first book that I have read by Tasmina Perry, but it certainly will not be the last. It was a compelling narrative, with great plot twists and shocking character reveals. Perry writes stylishly and understands her characters along with the lives they are trying to lead. The Pool House by... Continue Reading →

Now You See: A Review

Now You See by Max Manning is an interesting crime thriller which offers a unique way of telling a DCI thriller. I really enjoyed it because of the varying perspectives, including that of the killer and the victims. This book sets a high standard for the DCI Dan Fenton series. Now You See by Max... Continue Reading →

The Wolf: An interesting read

Having read some reviews of The Wolf by Leo Carew from other bloggers, I was nervous and excited to dive into a new world under the Northern Sky, as I don’t often read pure fantasy novels and have never even watched an episode of Game of Thrones. Along the way, I was surprised by the... Continue Reading →

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