A death, a bottle, and a number
High-end divorce lawyer Richard Pryce is found dead in his apartment, brutally murdered. On the wall over his words a cryptic number is painted: 182. And his last words indicate that the murderer was someone Pryce had definitely known. Continue reading “The Sentence Is Death : Another compelling story from the mind of Anthony Horowitz”
1986. The Reaping.
On a warm night in 1986, Rebecca Essig comes home during the night to find her siblings slaughtered. Her own parents are covered in blood. Soon enough, she’ll realize that this has happened to others: during the same night, in the same circumstances. This will be a night remembered for ever; this is the night of the Reaping.
Thirty-something years later, Delilah is on the run, along with some fellow cryptids. The world seems to be against them, and Delilah is determined to protect her unborn child and help her friends reunite with their families.
But along with her own serious problems, some even worse begin to arise. Humans are being massively murdered again, and the blame is cast on cryptids.
Can Delilah figure out how to help humanity while remaining free and building a future for her child? Is her calling waiting for her out there?
The third book in the Menagerie series, Fury is a dark, yet beautiful tale of oppression, love and sacrifice. Rachel Vincent has managed to cleverly balance the dark, ominous setting of the story with the heroes’ love, hope and willingness to survive and thrive, even under the worst of circumstances.
Moving back and forth between two timelines seems easy and straightforward, while the plot remains immensely interesting for the reader, who tries to figure out the connection between the two stories. But don’t worry, this is done gradually and in a very enjoyable way. One piece of the puzzle each time you go back, until you get the full picture together – and you will be amazed. Bonus points, there is a very strong and exciting finale.
Fury is probably one of the best fantasy books of 2018, definitely not to be missed. Strongly recommended to all fans of the fantasy genre.
We have missed you, Lestat!
How do you begin to write a review about a series that have been so well-known for such a long time? The majority of the bibliophilic world is familiar with Anne Rice. She is the person who gave us the series of novels about the sensual, smart, and – let’s face it- sometimes evil vampire Lestat. So, from the gifted writer who gave us lots and lots of incredible reading time, here comes the next book in the series: Blood Communion. Continue reading “Lestat is back! Blood Communion, by Anne Rice”
Riley Thomas has spent her life avoiding ghosts.
Having been through a traumatic experience involving a ghost toddler and a Ouija Board in the past, the last thing she wants is to mess with spirits ever again.
Which is why she didn’t want to go on that trip to the haunted farm.
And she should have stayed away.
Continue reading “Ghosts, spirits and long-forgotten disappearances: The Forgotten Child, by Melissa Erin Jackson”
Raise your hands if Halloween is your favorite season!
There’s sea-and-sun people, and there’s Fall people. And although every season has its own charm, we’re here to talk about the most amazing time of the year: Halloween!
Books for the spooks
Now, we’ve done an article about Halloween books before, but so many amazing books have come out since then, that we just had to create another one!
Any complaints? No? Good! Here are five recently published (or soon-to-be published) books you should be reading this Halloween. Continue reading “Time for the spooks: 5 books you should be reading on Halloween!”