review

“The Merciless” is a novel about what happens when one is desperate to fit in. So desperate that they find themselves in a situation so bizarre that the only way out is through a river of blood. Ok, that might sound a bit dramatic but there’s no other way to describe this story. It’s as if the cast of Mean Girls decided to dispose of the burn book and pick up an Exorcism 101 self-help book instead – and test the methodology on Janis.

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  • June 5, 2024

This is only the second book I’ve read by Ruth Ware but neither of them have disappointed me. I will definitely be looking into her other work to complete my collection. In “It girl”, we’re following Hannah many years after the death of her best friend April back in college. The man who Hannah witnessed leave the scene of April’s death has now died in prison, proclaiming his innocence until the very end. Hannah starts having doubts about the man she’s accused of April’s murder and wonders if the killer...

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  • June 3, 2024

Let me preface this review by saying that “A good girl’s guide to murder” was one of the 3 books that have reignited my love for reading and marked my venture into all things bookish (before I even knew what that meant). It’s one of those books I recommend to everyone – my mom, people who read, people who don’t read, my neighbor, my cat…. You name it. What I’m trying to say is that I am an enjoyer of Holly Jackson’s writing style and a solid, cozy mystery she...

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  • May 25, 2024

Hello there. It seems like you’ve stumbled into my personal abyss. Don’t worry, this version of the abyss is less about menacingly staring into your soul and more about trying to fish for the right word in the endless void of the thesaurus and then piecing those words together into relatively coherent sentences. My name is Andrea and I have been a little book goblin since I was old enough to ride a bicycle. Why until I could ride a bicycle? You see, every 2 days I would embark on...

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  • May 24, 2024