Review: Sadie

After seeing Lost at Midnight’s post on Sadie, I added the book to my TBR list. It seemed relevant to current discussions about violence, and book club picked it for September, so it didn’t stay on my TBR list for long. I downloaded the audiobook and listened to it over the… Continue Reading Review: Sadie

Review: The Conjoined

I picked The Conjoined up on Kobo a while back because it was on sale and I’d heard a lot of good things about Jen Sookfong Lee. Summer holidays finally came around giving me the chance to read it. Summary Social worker Jessica Campbell is sorting through her deceased mother’s belongings… Continue Reading Review: The Conjoined

Rereading: Child 44

I first read Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith in first year university for a utopian fiction class. While there is a lot in the book about communism and Russia, I feel like we read it more because it’s a good, exciting book, than to analyze the utopian/dystopian aspects of the… Continue Reading Rereading: Child 44

Review: A Line of Blood

When Alex Mercer follows his son into the house next door in search of their cat, he discovers the neighbor’s dead body in the bathtub and his life is suddenly and irrevocably changed. He and his family – the little tribe he has always been so comfortable with and proud… Continue Reading Review: A Line of Blood

Review: In a Dark Dark Wood

After ten years, Lenora is unexpectedly invited to an old friends’ bachelorette party at a cabin in the woods. She begrudgingly agrees to attend, but when she wakes up in the hospital it’s clear that something went terribly wrong. She must piece together her memories to figure out what happened, who… Continue Reading Review: In a Dark Dark Wood