Book Review: In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

Synopsis that won't give away the ending: Writer Leonora Shaw is unexpectedly invited to her high school best friend's hen night (the UK's version of a bachelorette party). The weird part is that Leonora, who now goes by Nora, hasn't spoken to or seen Clare in ten years. Despite her initial hesitation, Clare ends up… Continue reading Book Review: In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

In 2018 I will (attempt to) read 60 books

There's a lot to be said about reading goals - they can be inspiring or detrimental, they can motivate or discourage, and then there's the entirely separate debate of quality vs quantity. *cue war flashbacks of Accelerated Reader competitions in elementary school where you could either read a few lengthy books for a lot of… Continue reading In 2018 I will (attempt to) read 60 books

Book Review: “Dark Places” by Gillian Flynn

Dark Places is the only work of Gillian Flynn's I've had the pleasure of experiencing so far, but after finishing it in 2 days I can guarantee that I'll be getting my hands on Gone Girl and Sharp Objects as soon as I can. Because I did cheat a little and watch the movie version of Gone Girl, I… Continue reading Book Review: “Dark Places” by Gillian Flynn

Book Review: Misery by Stephen King

I'm just gonna come right out and say it so I can get it over with and we can move on - I am 23 years old and just read my first Stephen King novel. If I'm being honest, and providing an excuse for myself, whenever I found out that he had written 50-60 novels… Continue reading Book Review: Misery by Stephen King