Disturbance by Marianne Kavanagh

Short take: Here is a well-written book for domestic thriller lovers, set in a small circle of people, showing the power of gossip and the tension of living in a small village where people are seemingly friendly but you wouldn't know who really to trust! Don't hesitate to pick this up if you loved Desperate … Continue reading Disturbance by Marianne Kavanagh

World Shakespeare Day!

He is timeless. Hollywood stars have his words tattooed on them. The plays he wrote has been entertainment for years. He wrote most well-known love stories of all time. He had been inspiring movies, novels, stories, paintings, any form of art you can think of. His identity has been a riddle to some, crystal clear … Continue reading World Shakespeare Day!

A bottle of harrowing fascination: The Bottled Goods by Sophie Van Llewyn

How I loved this book! You know I hate sad books, but I think I will change the definition of this statement: I hate the books that's written purposefully to make you sad. Bottled Goods has some harrowing, heart breaking things in it but you don't even flinch when you read it. It's written in … Continue reading A bottle of harrowing fascination: The Bottled Goods by Sophie Van Llewyn

My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing: The unbearable “thrill” of a good marriage

My Lovely Wife is Samantha Downing's debut novel, and it's really difficult to believe it's a debut because it's damn good! The dysfunctional, nontraditional love story between the couple in this book was such a different and refreshing read. This book has the BEST ever start I have read in a thriller. Kicking you hard … Continue reading My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing: The unbearable “thrill” of a good marriage

When comfort doesn’t cure obsession: The Dream Sequence by Adam Foulds

I am reading Adam Foulds for the first time, but I am pretty impressed. You know what? When Poets write novels, they rarely disappoint. I enjoyed Dream Sequence in one sitting, it's the type of novel I like: consumable in one sitting, has unlikeable characters, good quality writing,  the premise makes you think, and the … Continue reading When comfort doesn’t cure obsession: The Dream Sequence by Adam Foulds