Tag Archive: 4 Stars

Book Review: The Virgin Cure by Ami McKay

veronica | Having read The Witches of New York, I was intrigued about The Virgin Cure and I was not disappointed. Set in Manhattan during the 19th century where medical “cures” were nothing but… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: This Will Only Hurt a Little by Busy Philipps

ashley | When I heard that Busy Philipps was writing a book, I knew I had to get my hands on an audiobook copy of This Will Only Hurt A Little. To me,… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Perfect Liar by Thomas Christopher Greene

ashley | The Perfect Liar by Thomas Christopher Greene promised to be a thrilling read full of twists and lies and it certainly delivered. The story was interesting and the characters were intriguing… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Slayer by Kiersten White

ashley | In time when TV seems to be nothing but reboots and original book ideas seem hard to come by, I stumbled across an ARC for Slayer by Kiersten White. I’ve had… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Half Of What You Hear by Kristyn Kusek Lewis

ashley | I don’t read a ton of “women’s fiction”, but any time I have, I’m always surprised by how much I enjoy it. I was hoping that Half of What You Hear… Continue reading

Book Review: Open Your Eyes by Paula Daly

ashley | I felt a sense of comfort picking up a Paula Daly book. I’ve only read Keep Your Friends Close, but it was such a thrilling read that I knew picking up… Continue reading

Book Review: The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay

ashley | I’ve been wanting to read something by Paul Tremblay for a while now and just haven’t gotten around to it. When I got access to an ARC of The Cabin at… Continue reading

Book Review: Splinter in the Blood by Ashley Dyer

ashley | The ARC of ​​Splinter in​ the Blood by Ashley Dyer kind of slipped into the cracks of my to read pile, and now that I’ve read it, in kicking myself for… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Rust & Stardust by T. Greenwood

ashley | Rust and Stardust by T. Greenwood has some big shoes to fill. According to the description, it’s “based on the experiences of real-life kidnapping victim Sally Horner”, a case which “inspired… Continue reading