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The Body Double | Emily Beyda | Book Review

Some people hate Hollywood, celebrities, and the lifestyle and status that comes with being famous. They could care less about who's dating who, what someone wore, or who's crotch escaped them while getting out of a car last weekend. However, on the other end of the spectrum, there are other people are nearly obsessed. People… Continue reading The Body Double | Emily Beyda | Book Review

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Final Girls | Riley Sager | Book Review

The first Riley Sager book I read was Lock Every Door, so I appear to be reading his novels all out of order! And you know what? That's fine by me! I could be wrong, but I feel like if you become a fan of an author because of their first book, you are bound… Continue reading Final Girls | Riley Sager | Book Review

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The Silent Patient |Alex Michaelides | Book Review

I kept seeing this book everywhere I turned! The Silent Patient has a stunning cover that you won't easily forget, however, as the saying goes... something about a cover and some judgement, or whatever. I listened to this one on audio book and finished it within a day or two. I will also note that… Continue reading The Silent Patient |Alex Michaelides | Book Review

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The Hunting Party | Lucy Foley | Book Review

Don't you just love a good old fashion "who done it?" My friends are forever irritated by my desperate complaining to take part in a murder mystery dinner, which I'll finally be achieving soon thanks to my 30th birthday, but it's just such a fun concept! The Hunting Party, at a glance, seemed to have… Continue reading The Hunting Party | Lucy Foley | Book Review

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Ninth House | Leigh Bardugo |Book Review

My favorite television show in the entire world is Buffy the Vampire Slayer. If you ask me, there was never a show before or after that has managed to capture the essence of what Joss Whedon brought to Buffy. In my eyes, it is the perfect show. (Except for Dawn's dumb ass and anything that… Continue reading Ninth House | Leigh Bardugo |Book Review

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Get to Know Ya | Book Tag

I saw this on Forever In A Story's blog and thought this was a really fun idea! I hope to see you participate too, because I would love to see your answers and get to know you better! (Please tag me so I can read them!) 1. Favorite Book of All Time William Peter Blatty's… Continue reading Get to Know Ya | Book Tag

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Something Wicked This Way Comes | Ray Bradbury | Book Review

I love carnivals so much! I like the look, the history, the sounds, and the smells. Carnivals are always filled with so much excitement, aren't they?! But, is it just me, or does it seem like there's always an underlying feeling of darkness at carnivals, too? Maybe it's because of the morbid sideshow acts, the… Continue reading Something Wicked This Way Comes | Ray Bradbury | Book Review

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Hamartia | Ben Hoene | Book Review

This is the first time I have been asked to review someone's work! How exciting!  When Ben messaged me on Instagram I was very shocked and flattered that he would trust me with his work. (He must've never listened to my comedy/horror podcast.) Luckily for him, this is a completely different format! I promise to take… Continue reading Hamartia | Ben Hoene | Book Review

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Favorite Non-Reviewed Reads of 2019

Since I am new to book blogging, I didn't have the chance to share all of the books I read in 2019! I read a lot, and trust me, I wanted to tell you about every single book... but I also didn't want to start posting reviews every day and set a precedence that I… Continue reading Favorite Non-Reviewed Reads of 2019

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The Window | Amelia Brunskill | Book Review

Twins can be creepy sometimes; not all the time, but sometimes. I have some amazing friends and family members who are twins and they are not scary at all. However, we all have seen the parent trap with Lindsay Lohan... Need I say more? But this book isn't actually about creepy twins for once! Instead,… Continue reading The Window | Amelia Brunskill | Book Review