#bookreview: BLOOD FOR BLOOD by Victoria Selman

Ciao, amici! Time for another book review. I chose this one because of the "London serial killer" concept, one of my favorite types of books to read. You can find what I thought about it below: ★★★☆☆ Mixed Bag Blood for Blood came with a list of professional accolades, and as serial killer psychological thrillers... Continue Reading →

#BookReview: SKATING ON THIN ICE by Jacquie Biggar

Ciao, amici! I don't know about you, but my to-be-read list is out of control. I'm a pretty fast reader, yet I'm adding books faster than I can devour them. And that's on top of books that have already been waiting for a while. I try to read them in the order I downloaded them,... Continue Reading →

#Bookreview: C.S. Boyack’s VOYAGE OF THE LANTERNFISH

Ciao, amici! If you've been following this blog for a while, you've seen me host C.S. Boyack before and/or discuss his work. His creative take on speculative fiction is unparalleled. And if you're only a recent follower, you may have seen him here when he did his blog tour for his latest release, Voyage of the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Cusp of Night by Mae Clair

The truth hides in dark places . . . Recently settled in Hode’s Hill, Pennsylvania, Maya Sinclair is enthralled by the town’s folklore, especially the legend about a centuries-old monster. A devil-like creature with uncanny abilities responsible for several horrific murders, the Fiend has evolved into the stuff of urban myth. But the past lives... Continue Reading →

Book Review: C. S. Boyack’s The Yak Guy Project

Imagine waking up in the desert with no idea what happened to you. You have clear memories of situations and places, but a complete loss in personal matters... like your own name. This situation is bad, and you have no idea how to get home. When you're rescued by a talking yak, the situation gets... Continue Reading →

Book Review: C. S. Boyack’s THE HAT

Lizzie St. Laurent is dealing with many of the struggles of young life. She lost her grandmother and her living arrangements. Her new roommate abandoned her, and she's working multiple jobs just to keep her head above water. She inherits an old hat from her grandmother’s estate, but it belonged to her grandfather. This is no... Continue Reading →

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