Title: I'm The GirlAuthor: Courtney SummersRelease date: 13th September 2022Age-range/genre: Young Adult / Thriller, MysteryTrigger warnings: murder, sexual assault, adult/minor relationship, child abuse, drug use, references to death of a parentRating: 4/5 starsSummary: [from goodreads] When sixteen-year-old Georgia Avis discovers the dead body of thirteen-year-old Ashley James, she teams up with Ashley's older sister, Nora, to find and bring the … Continue reading ARC Review: I’m The Girl
ARC Review & Blog tour: Very Bad People
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Very Bad People!
recommended for: fans of dark academia novels, secret societies, and books like Truly Devious.
Very Bad People is a thrilling dark academia novel full of secret societies and family mysteries, and asks the important question: how far would you go for justice? [continue reading]
ARC Review: The Red Palace
recommended for: fans of historical fiction, clever mysteries, and a slow-burn romance.
The Red Palace is June Hur's third novel, and is an expertly woven mystery that incites both fear and excitement in the reader. Hur has outdone herself in this novel, creating a fantastic mystery that had me engaged the entire time. [continue reading]
books that terrified me
I hope everyone is having a wonderful October so far.
To keep on theme with the spooky season, I decided to make a list of books that really creeped me out. I know I've already made a post recommending books to read this season, but this list is specifically books that really creeped me out. [continue reading]
Review: True Crime Story
Recommended for: fans of mixed media and faux-interview style novels, mystery novels, and books like Sadie and I Hope You're Listening.
True Crime Story is an immersive fictional novel that follows writer Evelyn as she interviews the close friends and loved ones of missing person Zoe Nolan. The novel utilises an interview format, with a few emails and newspaper articles thrown in, to really engage the reader in the story.
For a story that sounds pretty simplistic, i.e a girl goes missing, her close ones realise they didn't know her as well as they thought, police can't figure out what happened, Knox is able to create a compelling narrative that had me so eager to follow to the very end. [continue reading]
my favourite thrillers + anticipated releases
Hi everybody! Happy May! I hope everyone is doing well. It's been a bit of a slow reading month for me so I thought today I'd share some of my fave mystery/thriller novels that I've read - as well as the ones that I'm anticipating, because a lot of the new releases I'm excited for … Continue reading my favourite thrillers + anticipated releases