Review

Damage Done

Ever since I read Dangerous Girls, I have been on a mission to find a book that measures up to its unpredictability and clever plotting. While Damage Done isn’t quite as mind blowing as Dangerous Girls, it comes extremely close. When Ryan enters the band room, he kills eleven of his fellow classmates before finally… Read More Damage Done

Review

The Body Finder

The Body Finder is a quick and entertaining read, but it is quite simple and not nearly intellectually simulating enough for my liking. The story follows Violet, a 16-year-old who has the power to sense the bodies of those who have been murdered. When a serial killer begins kidnapping and murdering girls in her town,… Read More The Body Finder

Review

Every Breath

This is an impressive and well-written mystery that grips you from the start and doesn’t let go until the very last page. It may not be especially mind-blowing or unpredictable in its reveal, but the wonderful cast of characters makes up for that. When Rachel Watts and James Mycroft go to the zoo, they’re shocked… Read More Every Breath

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Vanishing Girls

I’ve read four of Oliver’s books to date, and I have to say that, while it is still flawed, Vanishing Girls is my favorite book of hers that I have read so far. This is an eye-opening story about the dynamics between siblings, and a chilling mystery and psychological study on top of that. Months… Read More Vanishing Girls

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The Walls Around Us

I am quite unsure about how I feel about Nova Ren Suma’s The Walls Around Us. On one hand, the writing is exquisite and lyrical, but on the other hand I felt there was very little plotwork actually being done throughout the novel. This is a story about two very different girls. There’s Violet, who… Read More The Walls Around Us

Review

Liars, Inc

It all starts with one little lieā€¦ Liars, Inc is exactly what the title suggests it is – a tale of lies, betrayal, and twists like no other. Especially considering it’s a young adult novel, Liars, Inc is especially grim and dark, which made me adore it even more. When Max’s best friend Preston asks… Read More Liars, Inc