Book Review: Poison by Galt Neiderhoffer

If you were to spy through a crack of their door or even look through the window for a few seconds, you’d see a perfectly functional family. However, if you peered inside for more than a few minutes, you could spot and feel the slightest tension among them, see the tired and resentful looks from Mom to Dad,  hear the sharp and demeaning retorts from Dad to Mom; if you were to enter their house and live in their world for a few 300 pages like Niederhoffer allows the reader to do, you would see the jealousy and secrets that threaten to tear Cass’ and Ryan’s marriage apart, the resentment and guilt boiling under the surface and something far more dangerous that will cause Cass, and the reader, to wonder if she is losing her mind.

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November Book Haul

Hello, bookworms!!! I’m just going to say this month’s haul was nothing particularly exciting, but extraordinary nonetheless, as most things concerning books are. Most of the books on this list are fantasy and all of them are E-Books which I’m not mad about except for the fact I can’t take any cool pictures without physical […]

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Review: Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones

About the book Title: Wintersong (Wintersong, #1) Author: S. Jae-Jones Published by: Thomas Dunne Books Once there was a little girl who played her music for a little boy in the wood. Elisabeth “Liesl” is a 19 year old girl raised by a family of talented musicians. Overshadowed by her little brother’s virtuosity on the violin […]

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October Book Haul

Hello there, fellow bookworms! New month means new books. I am lucky enough to have been able to buy a few books I’ve been wanting to read for a long time but never got around to or forgot about them on my ‘To-read’ shelf on Goodreads, and two of this past October releases. Alas, I was […]

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Hi there, fellow bookworms!! October is exciting for many reasons. It’s the month where we get to tell spooky stories around a campfire (or in my case, under my bedsheets with a flashlight illuminating my face for creepy effect), decorate our front doors with hand-made spiderwebs and paper mache bats, carve jack-o-lanterns, eat tons of […]

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