if you like this, you might like this #2

the first post i did in this vein was way way back in october of 2018, so i figured it was about time i do another one! i've read a helluva lot since 2018, figured out some tropes and themes i enjoy in what i read, so i have a lot more to recommend. 1: …

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book haul #2 | my mum’s taking my bank card

said in march i would stop buying so many books. bought 75 physical books, more ebooks, and asked for more netgalley arcs than i can possibly hope to get through since. no comment. physical books the melancholy death of oyster boy by tim burton 🍎queenie by candice carty-williams 🍎a good girl's guide to murder/good girl, …

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three thriller reviews | lock every door, night film, eight perfect murders

lock every door by riley sager riley sager's lock every door is one of the two thrillers published in 2019 that i constantly mistake for one another: the other is the turn of the key by ruth ware. i only confused them thanks to their similar covers, and the fact that both follow a woman …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Most Anticipated Horror Reads! (+a brief discussion on why I’ve left the book twitter sphere)

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by That Artsy Reader Girl (originally The Broke and the Bookish). For information on how to participate and the topics of each week, click the link! It's a freebie week for Top Ten Tuesday, and this time it's themed around genre. As is my brand, I'm listing ten horror reads I'm most anticipating. I'm mixing things …

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Book Review: Other Words For Smoke by Sarah Maria Griffin

Other Words for Smoke by Sarah Maria Griffin Goodreads | Wordery|Book Depository  The house at the end of the lane burned down, and Rita Frost and her teenage ward, Bevan, were never seen again. The townspeople never learned what happened. Only Mae and her brother Rossa know the truth; they spent two summers with Rita and …

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