Tag: Thriller

Witches Protection Program by Michael Phillip Cash

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It took me a long time to even start this book. I think I added it to my NetGalley queue in 2015, but I didn’t start it until the other day. I’m not sure why it took me so long, but it did. I have to say, Witches Protection Program isn’t a horrible book. It’s […]

Posted 07/28/2019
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A Grimm Curse by Janna Jennings

A Grimm Curse by Janna Jenni..

Ok, I’m all for reimagined fairy tales. After all, just look at the reviews I’ve done for three of the Disney Twisted Tales books. I love a good reimagined fairy tale. Please note I said a good reimagined fairy tale. A Grimm Curse is not a good reimagined fairy tale. As a prequel, I honestly […]

Posted 07/25/2019
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Blueblood by Matthew Iden

Blueblood by Matthew Iden

This book spent far too long on my Netgalley TBR pile. I’m not even joking. I added it to the TBR pile back in 2015 – almost 4 years ago. I honestly shouldn’t have waited so long to read this book. Blueblood is the second book in the Marty Singer series. The good thing is […]

Posted 07/24/2019
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Verity by Colleen Hoover

Verity by Colleen Hoover

I’m not a big fan of Colleen Hoover. Most of her books are just not my style. I’m not into the contemporary, YA/New Adult romance thing. But this book, self-published because it was such a departure from her normal books, was right up my alley. I’d seen a review on booktube for this book and […]

Posted 05/10/2019
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Perfect Prophet by Diane M. Johnson

Perfect Prophet by Diane M. ..

What do you do when you don’t believe in God but you find yourself possessed of an ability that can only be a gift from God? What happens when your father is also a religious zealot who literally wrote prophecies about you – prophecies that have a Satanic cult after you? That’s what Alec Lowell […]

Posted 03/08/2019
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The Rain by E. C. Fisher

The Rain by E. C. Fisher

I’ll admit, this book seems awfully familiar. Probably because the beginning seems like a slightly revamped version of Friday the 13th. And honestly, that’s what this book is. It’s a revamped version of Friday the 13th, where the real culprits are the ones who get theirs instead of innocent kids who happened to be reopening […]

Posted 03/05/2019
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Book Review: De’Fear by M. J. Reese

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I’m not sure what the author was actually going for, because if he was truly going for a psychological thriller, he missed the mark. There was nothing thrilling or scary about this book. At all. There might have been some psychological things going on, but not a whole lot. DE’FEAR is a collection of two […]

Posted 08/20/2018
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Camino Island by John Grisham

Camino Island by John Grisha..

While I kind of panned the last John Grisham novel I’d read, it was more because while it involved law and lawyers, it wasn’t what I was expecting. This novel was a departure from what I recall John Grisham doing previously, but this novel worked. It really did work. The character development wasn’t completely there, […]

Posted 06/21/2018
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The Rooster Bar by John Grisham

The Rooster Bar by John Gris..

I’ll be honest, I haven’t read a John Grisham novel in years. I was really into his novels when I was in high school, but to be honest, after high school I kind of lost interest. I think the last time I’d read one of his novels was back in the early 2000s when I […]

Posted 06/20/2018
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Anchored by Death by Catherine Finger

Anchored by Death by Catheri..

I really wanted to read this book. I really wanted to like this book. But after getting a third of the way through the book and still finding that it just didn’t capture or keep my interest, I knew. This book was destined for the abandoned books shelf. I don’t know if the problem was […]

Posted 07/07/2017
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