Mystery, Review, Science Fiction, Uncategorized, Young Adult

The Spirit by D. Nichole King

As the story unfolds, Carrie has just arrived in a small town where here grandparents live and work as farmers, and she is expected to spend the summer. A town that's only claim for fame is the Ax Murder House, which is actually a real thing. A myserious, chilling breeze blows past her. She has… Continue reading The Spirit by D. Nichole King

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Contemporary, Mystery, Review, Thriller

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

This is a story of nasty dudes and naive women. I loved it. It's being compared to Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, but that's not a good comparison. They are both amazing in their own ways and for very different reasons. This book has so many questions that have to be answered. Is Megan dead… Continue reading The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Mystery, Review, Science Fiction

Through Violet Eyes by Stephen Woodworth

As soon as I started this book I was drawn in. It was well written and there was never a dull moment. It's always a smart move when an author introduces the characters right off the bat, and he did. There wasn't any excessive or unnecessary detail or inane conversation. These were characters that I… Continue reading Through Violet Eyes by Stephen Woodworth