Um… holy cow! Where to begin? A friend recommended this book to me, warning that it’s a bit edgy and there are some cringe-y moments—however, this gritty subject matter only made the character more lifelike. So. Damn. Good.
This was one of those books that makes you resent doing anything that requires you to put it down for even a few minutes. Work, dinner, speaking... you know, basically real life stuff. I was completely enthralled with this story!
I usually enjoy Ruth Ware's books, with the odd exception, but this one, wow! This one I loved!
Hey Bookworms! It's Thursday so you know what that means... Usually me reviewing a book or series that everyone on the planet has already read! This time it's The White Rabbit Chronicles by Gena Showalter!
Slasher Crasher is like reading a screenplay for a really gory, trope-ridden slasher flick from the 80's, and I mean that in a good way!
Theresa reviews Superhero Syndrome by Caryn Larrinaga! (Fantasy/ Sci-Fi)