The Island of Missing Trees by Elif Shafak is a magnificent story about love, loss, identity, and nature. Set in 1974 Cyprus, the country is in turmoil between
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This modern-day reimagining of classic fairytales was such a delight to read. The Grimrose Girls is about a group of friends who try to solve the death of…
The Last Time She Died by Zöe Sharp is a good start to a new suspenseful thriller series. In the town of Derbyshire, Blake Claremont disappeared ten years ago.
Oh William by Elizabeth Strout is a short novel that packs a big punch. In this third novel, we follow Lucy Barton, later in her life, as she reflects on
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The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker is a YA fantasy novel inspired by Japanese folklore that hooked me from the very first page.
A weekend escape on a secluded island. What could go wrong?
A group of six friends who haven’t been close since school decide to go on a weekend trip to a remote island. They have the whole weekend planned with climbing, coasteering, and other outdoorsy activities. But since this is a thriller, their plans go up in flames almost as soon as they arrive.
The Death of Jane Lawrence both delighted and terrified me, in equal measure. A marriage of convenience trope? An old, crumbling and isolated manor? Yes, please.