Hello Bookish People! I am sure you have heard of Miracle Creek already as it has been taking the US by storm -it was released there earlier than the UK- and everyone on Instagram & Twitter was buzzing about it! It's one of the most interesting books I have read this year, that is packed … Continue reading Miracle Creek – and an exciting Giveaway!!!
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
One cannot argue that Taylor Jenkins Reid's Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is a page turner. But does it go beyond that? Evelyn Hugo: a home wrecker, bomb shell, an extra ordinary woman. Coming from a slum in Cuba, from nowhere, with no one supporting her, still managed to get on top of the mountain of … Continue reading Seven Husbands, Hundred Troubles: Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
I am extremely lucky to be the stop today for Jacqueline Ward's Perfect Ten blog tour, and will be sharing the first chapter of this page turner with you. Thanks to Anne Cater from #RandomThingsTours for letting me participate! Caroline Atkinson is a beautiful woman, has a rock solid career and she is very intelligent. … Continue reading Perfect Ten: One woman’s journey to Perfect Revenge #RandomThingsTours #PerfectTen
I really like Shari Lapena's writing. She's very good at building tense and atmospheric settings in her books and her third thriller, An Unwanted Guest is no exception. Mitchell's Inn is the remote, perfect get away hotel; there is no wi-fi, no phone signal, it's just in the middle of wilderness and comfort in luxurious rooms. … Continue reading And Then There were…an Unwanted Guest
We have read Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager by Norrie from Reading Under the Blankie. Reading in parallel was good fun- Here is her review. This book was SO gripping. It picked my interest from the start. I wasn't fan of the style of writing but the plot was interesting. Who doesn't like … Continue reading Two truths and a lie : Last Time I Lied
There are no greater cruelties than the ones married people inflict upon one another. I've never read Michelle Sacks before and I requested this book on NetGalley after instinctively getting effected by the cover. Looked intriguing. I am glad I read this book! This review contains mild spoilers. I've read the book without knowing anything … Continue reading You Were Made For This by Michelle Sacks
We did another buddy read with my book-bestie Umut Reviews, we both enjoyed and discussing the book alongside the read, trying to guess what's coming next in the plot was so much fun. Here is her review! Ruth Ware is one of my favourite mystery writers. She is so good at building tension. Her debut, … Continue reading Mrs Westaway dies and hell breaks loose
I listened The Sudden Departure of the Frasers by Louise Candlish on Audible and really enjoyed it. I think I am becoming a fan of Louise Candlish. Having read the second book from her I really love the way she writes, enjoy her slow burning plots transforming into psychological suburban dramas. Joe and Christy Davenport … Continue reading One house, two women, plenty of secrets: The Sudden Departure of the Frasers
I loved everything I read from Peter Swanson so far. The Kind Worth Killing, Her Every Fear (my favourite among the lot), The Girl with a Clock for Heart. All the Beautiful Lies was no exception. If you're after a really good quality thriller, then you should try Peter Swanson. He is the master of … Continue reading ALL the perfect #PeterSwanson books
How many times can one person die? And how many days it will take to solve the murder? I don't know if you will love this book, or not but I can promise you one thing: you've never read anything like this before! The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton is a superbly original … Continue reading The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle : How many times can Evelyn die?
The Woman in the Window was by far the most advertised, spoken, praised thriller of last six months. It even has a praise by Gillian Flynn, the queen of damn-bloody-thrillers on it's cover; AND THAT GOT ME SUPER EXCITED. I will do a quick and dirty "the good, the bad and the ugly" if you … Continue reading The Woman in Window