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Review: First Born by Will Dean

First Born, ironically enough, is the first novel I’ve read by Will Dean. So I didn’t know what to expect going into this read. Though naturally, I hoped for a thrilling tale that left me spooked. Isn’t that what everyone hopes for when diving into a new thriller? Continue reading

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Review: The Appeal by Janice Hallet

Colder seasons always put me in a thriller mood – anyone else? The latest novel on my thriller binge is The Appeal, which is actually a very different read than usual. It’s why I picked it. Written by Janice Hallet, the novel is a series of documents and collected curios than a linear novel, and I couldn’t resist. Continue reading

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Review: The Counterclockwise Heart by Brian Farrey

The Counterclockwise Heart is arguably one of the most unique novels I’ve read in quite some time. Written by Brian Farrey, it is already clear that this is a novel written to captivate children’s imagination (and adults, of course). Continue reading

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Review: The Violence by Delilah S. Dawson

Delilah S. Dawson has quickly become one of my favorite authors (please don’t ask me to list them all, we’ll be here all day). So naturally, I knew I would read her latest book, The Violence. Continue reading

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Review: Project Namahana by John Teschner

I’ve learned I cannot resist dark and gloomy mystery/thriller covers. Especially if they involve the sea, it’s a weakness, I suppose. Naturally, this means that I snatched up John Teschner’s Project Namahana. Continue reading

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Review: Woman Last Seen by Adele Parks

Woman Last Seen is the latest novel written by Adele Parks, a thriller author I generally really enjoy. Truth be told, I expected Woman Last Seen to come up in the latest BOTM round of choices. Guess I was wrong on that front! Continue reading

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Review: A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow

A Mirror Mended is the second novella in Alix E. Harrow’s Fractured Fables series, and once again, I am utterly enchanted. What I wouldn’t give for a million more books in this series. Continue reading

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Review: Together We Burn by Isabel Ibañez

Together We Burn is the latest novel by Isabel Ibañez, and it’s a young adult fantasy tale full of dragons, romance, and more. Bonus points: my latest OwlCrate box included a beautiful version of this book. Continue reading

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Review: Soul Taken by Patricia Briggs

It’s incredible how quickly one can get taken up in a story. I’ve been reading the Mercy Thompson series for years, yet it doesn’t feel that way. Soul Taken is the thirteenth installment in the series, and part of me hopes it’ll be far from the last. Continue reading

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Review: The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

So while I am not on BookTok, I have picked up on all of the hype surrounding The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake. Naturally, it made me curious to see if it would live up to all that hype. When Tor Books picked it up, I knew that something was going on with this book and added it to my TBR. And so here we are! Continue reading

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