Just in time for Halloween, here’s my review of Stephen Chbosky’s latest novel, IMAGINARY FRIEND. If you’re looking for a horror of a rollercoaster ride, I highly recommend it. (TRIGGER WARNINGS INCLUDED AT THE END OF THE REVIEW)
I haven’t read manga in a long time but I’m incredibly excited to finally have been able to get to Urasawa’s award winning series, MONSTER, after wanted to read it since high school.
Thank you to Harper Collins Canada and Graydon House for providing me with a copy of the ARC. Attention all Poe fans! Do I have a book for you! The Widow of Pale Harbour is the second standalone novel from Hester Fox and follows Gabriel Stone - a man on the run from his past posing... Continue Reading →
Six Degrees of Assassination is an Audible Original drama series, written by M.J. Arlidge and staring incredible names like Andrew Scott and Freema Agyeman. It is a ten-part, fast paced political thriller where everyone is connected and no one is safe from the fallout.
Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of the ARC. I went into this one based on what I was hearing from others who were reading it (and enjoying it) so I was definitely intrigued. The Stalking Jack the Ripper vibes were strong with the description so I was excited at what the story would be like.
Thank you to the publishers for providing Indigo Books & Music Inc. with an ARC for review as part of the selection process for the January Staff Pick of the Month. This review does not reflect the views and opinions of Indigo Books & Music Inc. and are my own independent thoughts of the work... Continue Reading →
For the month of December, I wanted some light books to read to help deal with the self-critical state I end up in towards the end of the year. One of those books I picked was the first of the Molly Murphy series by Rhys Bowen, Murphy's Law. This first mystery follows Molly from Ireland to America as... Continue Reading →
I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review When I read Liz Nugent's last novel, Unraveling Oliver, I felt that it was an interesting character study rather than the thriller I was expecting. Much can be said the same for this most recent novel. The story follows three... Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago I plucked up the courage to reach out to House of Anansi Press about reviewing some of their books and was thrilled to get a response back from them! I've always enjoyed the incredible range of books that come from this company and was so excited when I received a package from them... Continue Reading →