Tag: Thriller

Prophet Reborn by Diane M. Johnson

Prophet Reborn by Diane M. Johnson

CW: Profanity, death, suicide, violence, religion, religious cult When I read Perfect Prophet last year, I kept hoping there would be a sequel. The book had left off perfectly for a sequel and while I had a feeling there would be one, I wasn’t positive. I was glad I was right. Prophet Reborn picks up a bit after Perfect […]

Posted 08/31/2020 by Charli in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
Some Laneys Died by Brooke Skipstone

Some Laneys Died by Brooke Skipstone

CW: Violence, sexual assault, death, animal death, sexual situations, suicide If there is one thing I love, it’s a good mystery. And let me tell you, Some Laneys Died is a good mystery. But it’s not just a mystery. It’s a mystery with a science fiction1 twist to it. What makes this mystery unique is the addition of […]

Posted 08/28/2020 by Charli in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Holy Fricking Crap. That’s me putting this nicely. Why did I wait so long to read this book? Why did I not read it back when it first came out? Because seriously, I shouldn’t have. I really shouldn’t have. I’m going to start with a character assessment. Theo Faber: I truly liked him. He’s one […]

Posted 10/22/2019 by Charli in Book Reviews / 1 Comment
Donn’s Hill by Caryn Larrinaga

Donn’s Hill by Caryn Larrinaga

Donn’s Hill is a horror/mystery/thriller that involves the paranormal. As such, I knew I had to give it a shot. I wasn’t disappointed. Donn’s Hill is Caryn Larrinaga’s debut novel. As such, it does suffer a bit from “first book syndrome” but in all honesty, it doesn’t really detract from the story. This one needs […]

Posted 10/18/2019 by Charli in Book Reviews / 2 Comments
Stillwell by Michael Phillip Cash

Stillwell by Michael Phillip Cash

I have to say, I enjoyed this book by Michael Phillip Cash much better than the other one I read. I’m a sucker for a good ghost story, and this one is good. This ghost story has an interesting twist to it. It isn’t often that you see something like this. Sure, you see happy […]

Posted 07/28/2019 by Charli in Book Reviews / 0 Comments