´╗┐Final Girls – Review

"The forest had claws and teeth." The opening words to Final Girls and we are thrown into the beginning of a horror story. A girl, screaming, running through a forest covered in blood, trying to escape death that follows her. This is how we meet Quincy Carpenter. We are thrown abruptly from the past and [...]

Good Me Bad Me – Review

"I thought you would own less of me after I handed you in but sometimes it feels you own more." From the very first pages, Good Me Bad Me grips you in the horrific world of Milly. A teenage girl deeply traumatized. Milly isn't her real name, but protecting her identity is important since she [...]

Beautiful Animals – Review

"Morality was nothing more than paying attention to the chain reaction while not causing another one." Beautiful Animals is simply stunning. This novel is not just thrilling in plot, but beautiful in prose. Osborne writes about the complexity of the human psyche in such a way that the vividness and absolute truth in some sentences [...]

Emma In The Night – Review

"We believe what we want to believe. We believe what we need to believe." Emma In The Night blew me away! I read this book in a morning. Devoured would be a more appropriate description because I could not put it down. Emma and her sister Cass go missing on the same night. Three years [...]

The Dying Game – Review

"This is where we'll place you when you're dead." These are the words that Anna hopes will lead to her freedom. Anna Francis is a single mother living in a future totalitarian Swedish society. The year is 2037 and the future is bleak. Anna is back at her old job, barely surviving her day to [...]

White Bodies – Review

"Sometimes there's a fine line between romantic and sinister." I finished White Bodies yesterday and I am still reeling! The ending is so unexpected, the twist so psychologically deviant, it hits you like a sucker punch. As far as psychological suspense novels go, this is one wild ride! Tilda and Callie are twin sisters. As [...]