Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney

Rating : ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is definitely one of my favorite reads of 2021. A well written thriller. It has unreliable characters, multiple povs , creepy and has a lot of twists. In my opinion, its Alice Feeney's best so far. Adam and Amelia win a free weekend getaway to Scotland. They move away from civilization... Continue Reading →

False witness by Karin Slaughter

False Witness by @karinslaughterauthor Rating : ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is my favorite Karin Slaughter book till date. In some ways, it reminded me of The Kept Woman ( Will trent #8), as its my favorite book in the series. Dark, Gritty and Emotional. This book is not for the light hearted. There are so many trigger... Continue Reading →

The Night Swim by Megan Goldin

Rating : ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This book was highly entertaining. The night swim is a perfect blend of courtroom drama and a mystery. This book is layered, well researched and it has great characters. Rachel, a star podcaster is in Neapolis, to cover a rape trial for her third season. On her way, she receives mysterious letters... Continue Reading →

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This won good reads choice award 2020. In my opinion, it’s definitely worth the hype. I think this book would relate well with people who went through really tough times. In life , when we go through really hard times , we think of what if’s .. We regret .. We question our... Continue Reading →

Every last fear by Alex Finlay

You have two choices when you are confronted with your every last fear : Give up or fight like hell. I loved this one. Every last fear is about a family who believe that their son is wrongfully convicted of a crime and their quest for justice. Danny pine, is currently serving a life sentence... Continue Reading →

The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah

“In the mirror, she’d seen more than her face. She’d seen the girl she’d been before all of this. A dreamer, a believer. Someone who would go places. How had she forgotten all of that?” Set in the darkest period of the great depression, the dust bowl era, The Four Winds tells us the story... Continue Reading →

Every vow you break by Peter Swanson

I love Peter Swanson's work. He has written some amazing psychological thrillers like The Kind Worth Killing and Before She Knew Him. I also enjoyed Eight Perfect Murders, which felt like a homage to the greatest mystery writers. In this book, he writes about Abigail, who is engaged to a wealthy man. On her bachelorette party, she has a... Continue Reading →

Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

Fredrik Backman is obviously one of my favorite writers. His fans like him for his way of writing, but what if there is too much Fredrik Backman-ism in a book ? I think anxious people falls under this category. Its bit of a overkill. If you haven't read this book, let me give you a... Continue Reading →

The Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse

Rating: 2/5 Stars An imposing isolated getaway spot high up in Swiss Alps, which used to be a sanatorium, an avalanche cutting it off from the outside world, a woman dies and another one goes missing in this atmospheric locked room type thriller. Sounds interesting right? But No. Though the book sets the stage well,... Continue Reading →

The Push by Ashley Audrain

“ “Before we were conceived, we existed in part as an egg in our mother’s ovary. All the eggs a woman will ever carry form in her ovaries while she is a four-month-old fetus in the womb of her mother. This means our cellular life as an egg begins in the womb of our grandmother.... Continue Reading →

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