Sunday, 17 June 2018

Sunday, 10 June 2018

Don't Believe It by Charlie Donlea: review.

Don't Believe It
Even if I knew from the very first moment this character appeared that it was the killer, I enjoyed the book. All the characters are well developed and the story doesn't get boring at any point. There is a twist at the end that will surprise most readers and that made me wonder whether the author was thinking about starting a series with a retired cop as the main character. I will certainly read Charlie Donlea's next novel and find out. He's gradually becoming one of my favourite authors.

Sunday, 20 May 2018

Cobra Kai: Fun & Values

For nostalgic fans of Karate Kid ( the original one) here comes a new TV show not only based on the main characters but also with the same actors. I wasn't so much into the film but I really like the series, it has good values and fun in equal measure.

Best Friends Forever by Margot Hut: opinion.

Best Friends Forever
What I liked most about this book was the ending. I just didn't see it coming at all. I could've connected the dots but I just didn't. It was thoroughly entertaining with a twist for those who like being surprised.

Sunday, 13 May 2018

Best Day Ever by Kaira Rouda: review.

Best Day Ever
I don't know why on earth I was slightly reluctant to start reading this novel. Once I started it, yesterday in the morning, I just couldn't stop reading it and by 3 p.m. I had completely finished it. I devoured it like a famished reader. Even if it was a horrible story ( unfortunately I know some people just like Paul Strom), it was written in such an entertaining style and ended in such a satisfactory way that I feel I need to recommend it to all female (perhaps also some male) readers who want to see a bad guy get a little bit of his own medicine.

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