Tag Archives: serial killer

Review: ‘Conjured’ by Sarah Beth Durst #COYER

  Lulling, nightmarish and unusual, Conjured makes you feel like you are the main character. Eve’s past is non-existent. She can’t remember anything, and often wonders how she knows things like what a seatbelt is, but not how to use... Read More | Share it now!

Review: DiSemblance by Shanae Branham #2016HW

Under normal circumstances I make myself finish each and every title I read, especially those books that I have agreed to review. I have had this book for at least a couple of years, so I really needed to check this one off my to do list.... Read More | Share it now!

Mostly ghostly ~ ‘Sisters of Blood and Spirit’ by Kady Cross #Review #COYER

I seem to be on a roll, reading books where bad things happen in asylums… Lark Noble is used to everyone thinking she’s crazy. Not that it doesn’t hurt, especially now that she’s back in her hometown after a stay at a mental... Read More | Share it now!

You’ll find no ‘Asylum’ here ~ by Madeleine Roux #Review #Coyer

Much like Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs, Asylum has a cover that’s meant to creep you out. What’s worse is that the photo there, as well as the many inside, are real. Daniel Crawford is excited for his... Read More | Share it now!

Does the apple fall far from the tree? ~ ‘I Hunt Killers’ by Barry Lyga #Review #COYER #CTRAT

What if you’re father was an infamous serial killer? And you’d known this fact almost your entire life? And you father relished the idea that you would eventually join the family business?   Jasper “Jazz” Dent is just such... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘The Naturals’ by Jennifer Lynn Barnes #COYER

Cassie doesn’t feel like she fits in her large, Italian family. Her dad is gone most of the time, so she stays with her grandmother. She used to live with her mother, but that ended a few years ago when Cassie stumbled in on the gruesome scene... Read More | Share it now!

Review: The Body in the Woods by April Henry #COYER

Alexis, Nick and Ruby are three very different teens. Alexis doesn’t want anyone to know about her mother’s mental struggles; Nick needs to prove his worthiness to his dead father; and Ruby wishes that she could be a little more... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: ‘Dear Killer’ by Katherine Ewell

Briefly: Kit Ward has been primed to take over the family business. Well, at least on her mother’s side, anyway. Vienna Ward was a serial killer, and has been training Kit in the art of assassination since she was young. And how do they find their... Read More | Share it now!

New Release Book Review: ‘Deceived’ by Julie Anne Lindsey

New girl at boarding high school runs, drinks a lot of coffee and takes caffeine pills to stay awake so she doesn’t have recurring bad dream. Odd things and weird coincidences happen and make her feel like someone is watching her. She finds out that... Read More | Share it now!