The sequel to Love Lies Beneath was just as lusty, dramatic, and outrageous as its predecessor, and it concluded on a similarly disappointing note.
Madeline Miller’s captivating new novel, Circe, is an empowering modern narrative of the legendary Greek witch.
Paper Ghosts isn’t a mind-bending thriller, like I’d hoped, but it was certainly a unique read.
This is a coming-of-age story like no other. Jon Pineda’s darkly southern narrative is hopeful, but not optimistic. It is charming, but dingy. It is lovely, but heartbreaking.
Tammy Cohen’s creepy psychological thriller is familiar territory for readers, but with a dark flair of suspense all its own.
Gods of Howl Mountain is a southern gothic, stuffed with intrigue, action, drama, and abundant strange descriptions of nipples.
The Clarity is a fast-paced thriller, packed with ultra-vivid action, descriptive gore, and an intriguing sci-fi core.
I cynically thought I’d have a different story to tell, but I loved this thrilling suspense story!
This ARC swung really, really hard for a home run, but it just ran away quickly from the entire playing field Forrest-Gump style.