I know this sounds lame, but I am so excited to be able to bring you this blog tour today. This was my first physical arc, and I loved the heck out of this story. Furia is absolutely phenomenal, and I hope everyone read this awesome book. “In this stirring novel by Argentine American author
You Are Not Alone Thriller St Martins Press Published March 4, 2020 4 stars ⭐️ Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen are one of my favorite writing teams. When I read their first book, I was in awe. The second book was disappointing, but this one reminds me why I love their writing so damn much.
I did a post a few months ago talking about how ARCs are helpful and yet can hurt. I thought I was also going to end up reading less of them, but this did not happen. I said I would only be doing like one or two a month or stop requesting them. This did
The Absolution by Yrsa Sigurdardottir Crime Thriller NetGalley EARC 3 stars ⭐️ I really wanted to like this book because it is blurbed by Karin Slaughter, and she’s one of my favorite authors. I’m not sure why, but this book was a big disappointment to me. I liked the beginning parts about the crimes, but
All three of these published on February 4th, and I decided I was going to put all of the reviews together because it saves my sanity. I enjoyed reading all three of these books, and I highly recommend checking them out since they’re out now. The Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson YA
Rating: 2/5 Stars Genre: Thriller Format: eARC via NetGalley I really wanted to like this book. The cover is gorgeous, and the description sounds very like my wheelhouse. But all of my expectations fell short. Specifically, Heather the main character is the worst. She’s very annoying and unlikeable. She ruined the entire book for me.
These are all my own thoughts and opinions. Everyone has different experiences so if you have different thoughts, I’d love to discuss them. I’m going to talk about these points as well as my own complicated relationship with ARCs. First, let me show you what’s currently on my NetGalley TBR: I’m finally happy with my