Monthly Archives: May 2019

“Your ignorance is their power” – Watch Me Disappear by Janelle Brown

The whole “you never really know someone” trope seems to be prevalent in a lot of popular fiction. I tend to blame “Gone Girl” because after I read that book I quickly became knee deep in similar books. Not all … Continue reading

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“…the lovely cup of tea” – The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

I finally took a break from the library and started to chip away at my tbr pile of purchased or gifted books. The pile has been staring at me for a while but I have a hard time ignoring the … Continue reading

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“How can one drowning rat save another?” – The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

I really try to write reviews shortly after I read the book. If I don’t, books often tend to quickly fall to the bottom of my memory well. I can tell you whether I liked a book or not, but … Continue reading

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