It is recommended you read Heartsick before you read Sweetheart as it takes place right after the events in Heartsick. A lot of background information is required in order to get through Sweetheart. In Sweetheart, Archie Sheridan is on a case of a murder that oddly resembles his very first murder case and the very […]
Obsessed by Ted Dekker is about the death of a Holocaust survivor named Rachel Spitzer who leaves behind a generous legacy to a Holocaust memorial fund, and a strange cryptic letter phrase regarding the Stones of David, who will eventually “find each other. This message, suddenly makes Stephen the heir to a large amount of […]
My teaser for this week is from The Queen of Subtleties by Suzannah Dunn: Ruthlessness and efficiency: that’s what matters. He’ll clap you on the back, one day; stab you in it, the next. No hard feelings, just business as usual.
Today’s MUSING MONDAYS post is about dust jackets. Do you prefer books with a dust jacket? What do you do with your dust jacket while reading? Leave it on or take it off? – It doesn’t matter to me, I have a few with dust jackets and the vast majority are paperbacks though. However when […]
Wake is one of those books that once you start, you have to keep going until you’re finished. I didn’t know what I was getting into once I opened the book, but it took me at least two days to finish (with distractions here and there). It’s one of the most interesting YA fiction I […]
If you have read my previous reviews before, you probably have figured out that Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was one of my favorites. Now, thanks to Quirk books and Raincoast books, they have provided me with an ARC of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls – which is a prequel of […]
My teaser this week features Obsessed by Ted Dekker: “You have arrived at Torun, subcamp of Stutthof, in Poland. My name is Gerhard Braun, and I am god.” What’s your teaser?