The story of Dannie Kohan is satisfyingly and agonizingly appropriate in its representation of what life is. In between the pages of this book Rebecca Serle perfectly sets you up with the belief in a certain ending and then shows you every single way in which this ending seems like an impossibility.
The small town of Singing River is perfectly portrayed through the words of Robin Perini, who not only focused on the wonder that the surroundings have to offer but also captures the strong community that can be found in such a remote location.
A Thriller by Rea Frey that ensnares the reader in a decision that was made in a blur of a few seconds
“walking into something that owes its existence entirely to to what happened inside my head.” – Anthony Horowitz the writer as well as the protagonist of this story.
“Where the Crawdads Sing follows the journey of an uneducated girl that allowed nature to teach her and thrived on the knowledge that the world around her offered. Human tendencies are displayed in a cruel but truthful light as we follow the trial of a man that was murdered, a man that was known for his association with Kya.”
Gail Honeymoon writes about a sensible character and the fragility of human nature.
From the very beginning of this novel we are told of Mia Kruger and her determination to be alone. The life of this former homicide detective is definitely worth an investigation of its own.
“so many lies in just three words,” she said. “And he did not even say ‘I love you.’”
A classic does not require too much to be said about it, now does it?
As the third novel in the series my expectations were quite high, and Sarah J. Maas did not disappoint!
A quick and easy read
A book where the ending is the masterpiece you were promised
Two short stories, compiled into one, a present from Aveyard to learn more about what is to come.
“The issue isn’t whether he loved you, it’s how much. Too much love can be a poison.”
“The future came and went in the mildly discouraging way that futures do”
What was meant to be a starry-eyed affair with the big city. . .
Glass sword – Victoria Aveyard Page 51 “That should’ve been my first warning.” With merely half a hundred pages read Victoria Aveyard has already captured the reader in chaos, betrayal and a fight between the silvers and reds. And here, at the bottom of this page; she hands us, the readers, some sense of distress. …
And when I read this book I wished that it was given to us with the intention for us to read and reread…
… And if you didn’t already believe this statement to be true, perhaps you are yet to read the words which would convince you.
There’s not much that you can say about a book this iconic, except…
But actions, as she is to learn, have their consequences.
Immediately Aveyard showcases the brutal world we are about to be immersed in.
What it is about the books we buy on impulse? The cover grabs our attention and immediately we are fascinated. For me, that was the case with Eve of Darkness.
The Giver- Louis Lowry Immediately Jonas, with his careful choice of words and memory recollection, throws us into a world that is different than ours. Their firm rules and regulations already being laid down within the first fifteen pages. The concept and point-of-view what kept me turning the pages. Until the last page came. That final …