Little Darlings by Melanie Golding

Short take: This is a tense page-turner with supernatural elements,  does a wonderful portrayal of a new mum and the struggles of looking after a newborn. Little Darlings was engaging read from the start, if you're a follower of this blog or my Instagram page, you know I'm a big Thriller reader and this one … Continue reading Little Darlings by Melanie Golding

Michael Crichton’s Sphere : Deep into ocean and human psychology

“Terror can fill any space” I've been craving some old-school science fiction for a while now, and got my eyes on Sphere on audible's 2 in 1 sale. I must say I've never read a single book from Crichton so far. I am amazed how many block buster movies are made out of Crichton's imaginative … Continue reading Michael Crichton’s Sphere : Deep into ocean and human psychology

Beyond English Suburbs, Beyond Wastelands: Beyond Black by Hilary Mantel

There is a reason Hilary Mantel won the Booker Prize twice. She is an amazing writer. In Beyond Black she doesn't only picks a really original subject, she also makes it even more original  by the way she implements it. Beyond Black (Picador, 2006) is mainly about the dead haunting the living, but it's not … Continue reading Beyond English Suburbs, Beyond Wastelands: Beyond Black by Hilary Mantel

A Haunting in housing crisis: The Upstairs Room

I love reading debut novels. They are newborn, fresh, honest, they don't carry the pressure to be the-best-novel-I-ever-wrote. They get me excited. The Upstairs Room by Kate Murray-Browne initially grabbed my attention with the beautiful and eerie cover. I love the colours on the cover, and how the shadows work. I have listened this novel … Continue reading A Haunting in housing crisis: The Upstairs Room