OMG, this book was so good. A lot of twist and turns, mystery, abuse and family drama. If you like thrillers you can’t miss that book. Good job Lisa Jewell!!
I actually really liked this book. No dull moments, a little bit creepy, fast paced about childhood drama and kept secrets for years. It’s my first book by this author so I have to check her The Chalk Man book.
Romance books are not my genre but Amy Harmon always makes me read it till the last page. She is such a good writer, and picking her newest book The First Girl Child I couldn’t go wrong. Beautiful, heart breaking fairy tale which kept me reading till late hours of the night. Great story, full of cursed kingdom, different clans, keepers and runes, magic and mystery. Characters very well developed and scenes beautiful described. My favorite part of the book was the motive of the powerful women.
Pub date: August 20, 2019
It’s a first book in the series about forensic pathologist Beth Adams. I will definitely read more about her. Interesting, fast paced criminal thriller. “The girl in the grave” starts with discovering of a young girl body under the coffin of different dead woman which was mysteriously requested to be exhumed. Did the killer want the police to find the girl in the grave? More clues and unpredictable situations to come.
Pub date: July 16, 2019
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I loved this book so much and it made me very emotional because I am immigrant myself. I came to this country when I was 24 years old. My parents struggled the same way that Aarti parents did. But because of this whole experience we became stronger people and sky is the limit :). Very well written memoir by #aartinamdevshahani, I could feel the strong connection between Aarti and her father, and other members of the family. Author also talks about how justice system is broken and corrupt specially when dealing with immigrants.
Happy 4th of July!!!
What an interesting read about person with mental disorder. In Elise case its Dissociative Identity Disorder. She has so many personalities living in her head. Book talks about very difficult problem, that abused people usually developed some mental problems and system instead to help them, threats them like a crazy lunatic. I think the abuser should be locked and filled with tones of medications not other way around. Institutions let down victims of abuse on daily basis. Author did really good job of creating this difficult mind of a struggling person.
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I know, I am late to the party but better late than never 🙂 I can really say that I also, like most of you, enjoyed this book very much. The whole story was written well, and it was interesting to read. I got feeling that basis of Rules of Sympathy was taken from quantum physics what intrigue me a lot. I can’t wait to read more about Kvothe and his story. I wonder when will the third book come out.
Omg don’t read this book at night! It was scary on the beginning, but it was so good I couldn’t stop reading it. What a page turner till the last paragraph. Missing boys, frightening house, good detectives’ job and concerned father. Just really, really good crime debut.
Thank you to NetGalley and Celadon Books for a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
This story was really good. I felt like it was more Agatha Christie type mystery story. Summer camp, 5 siblings, dead father and his crazy will. Who was guilty of the events from 20 years ago, who did it? I couldn’t put this book down until I knew. Good writing done by Catherine McKenzie.
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Page turner on the way!! June 11th to be exact :). There is so much going on in this book. When I thought I knew what will be next, another twist popped out. Good writing, very well-developed characters and big surprise on the end. I hope sandy Jones will write many more books because so far, she is doing great job.
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