Three months ago I finished Courtney Summers’ latest novel The Project and am still emotionally devastated. I literally needed so much time to recover and piece my heart back together before I could write this review. In short: Courtney Summers is back to destroy you, and you’ll thank her for it after.
Did I finish None Shall Sleep or did it finish me?
🔪 I literally had to muffle a SCREAM that literally came out of my mouth when a ~thing~ surprised me at 11pm
🔪 I was so engrossed that I lost hours and forgot to feed my cat dinner until almost midnight
🔪 I finished at 2am and am still thinking about the book days later
If you need a TL;DR: I loved this book so much I lost all sense of time & recommend this to fans of Criminal Minds and Silence of the Lambs.
Fast-paced and intricately plotted, I Hope You’re Listening is a fresh addition to the mixed media + podcast motif in thrillers that fans of Sadie will want to pick up!
Okay so listen: Keep This to Yourself is one of the best YA mystery/thrillers I’ve ever read and landed Tom Ryan on my insta-buy list for YA thrillers. Of course as a result my expectations going in were super high, the author delivered another thrilling queer YA mystery that I devoured in one 4-hour sitting!
Welcome friends to my post on Harlequin Trade Publishing’s blog tour for This is How I Lied by Heather Gudenkauf, which is out now!
If you are looking for a dark and twisty whodunit and how mystery that will keep you guessing, look no further!
This is How I Lied is a heavy, powerful, and twisty read. Reading this book was uncomfortable at times, resulting in an unnerving reading experience where I didn’t know who to trust.
“Dark places made it so much easier to be cruel, to exact revenge.”
Friends, this book was exactly what my reading/fantasy slump needed! The Last Time I Lied is a fantastically plotted thriller that kept me guessing until the very end. This is the summer camp thriller you’ve been waiting for!
Fifteen years ago, Emma was 13 and spending her first summer at Camp Nightingale. Two weeks later her cabinmates disappeared, never to be seen again. Unless you consider the fact that she’s haunted by what happened that night and secretly paints them into each of her paintings. Now Camp Nightingale is set to reopen for the first time since that summer and Emma is among a handful of prior campers returning as instructors.