Rating: 3.5 of 5 Synopsis: “When Jessica marries David, he is everything she wants in a family man: brilliant, attentive, ever youthful. Yet she still feels something about him is just out of reach. Soon, as people close to Jessica begin to meet violent, mysterious deaths, David makes an unimaginable confession…” (source) My thoughts: My […]
What do you do when your power goes out on a Friday night? You read a book, of course. The Between by Tananarive Due caught my eye whilst browsing the paperback section at my local library. The blurb on its back cover enticed me into taking it home: Hilton was seven when his grandmother died, […]
Broken by Kelley Armstrong was recommended by someone from the Think Sideways forums. After reading 200 pages of the 480-page novel, I had to put it down for good. Why? I just wasn’t feelin’ it. Elena seemed like an interesting woman, being a pregnant werewolf and all, but I wasn’t able to connect with her. […]
Supernatural elements? Check. An attractive, vulnerable but not totally helpless, somewhat damaged protagonist? Check. A formidable antagonist with a penchant for violence? Check. Spooky setting? Check. A well-written story? Check. What more could a fan of scary movies ask for? 4 stars out of 5 I rented The Echo (2008) from Netflix on 11/28/2009 and […]
Leah Saylor-Abney shares her thoughts and feelings on the book “Sunshine” by Robin McKinley. Supernatural world, magic, vampires and shapeshifters.