Month: August 2018

Film Review: Hotel Transylvania 3

In Sony Pictures Animation’s Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, join our favorite monster family as they embark on a vacation on a luxury monster cruise ship so Drac can take a summer vacation from providing everyone else’s vacation at the hotel. It’s smooth sailing…

The Heartsick series by @ChelseaCain wrap up

  Click on the title link below to see my coverage of individual books and commentary on who I’d cast in the prominent roles. Hint- David Harbour. Keep on reading and you’ll see a link to my Pintrest board that might compliment Cain’s AWESOME…

Let Me Go by Chelsea Cain

I stayed up until midnight when this was released. However I completely forgot I also changed my address so I lived in New York because this one wasn’t released in the UK until MONTHS later. Reading it at the time was a little disorienting…

Kill You Twice by Chelsea Cain

Another crime thriller knocked out of the park. There’s development of relationships, a character back from a previous outing (Pearl) and one of the most heartbreaking ending of the series. This reread I found myself stalling while I read. I considered, very briefly, that…

Book review: Vox by Christina Dalcher

This book should, and I predict will, stand along side Handmaid’s Tale, 1984 and Only Ever Yours for its speculative commentary on society and the dangers of censorship and gender politics. The book’s narrative will have anyone reading bringing it up in comversation; it’s…

The Night Season by Chelsea Cain

Han talks about her favourite of the series and dream casts some of the task force.

Evil at Heart by Chelsea Cain book review

Quite possibly book I’ve read least out of the series. Have no idea why as it’s an incredible addition to the series. I did notice during my reread it was the only I don’t own on kindle as well as paperback. My favourite aspect…

Condemned and Admired Giveaway

To win one of five e-copies of Condemned and Admired, answer the question below in the comments section. Giveaway question: Have you ever fallen for the wrong guy? Excerpt: Drawing in a shuddering breath, Oliver reached out and drew her hands into his. “Once…

Review: Condemned and Admired by Bree Wolf

Author’s Bio USA Today bestselling author Bree Wolf has always been a language enthusiast (though not a grammarian!) and is rarely found without a book in her hand or her fingers glued to a keyboard. Trying to find her way, she has taught English…

Book review: Sweetheart by Chelsea Cain

The second installment is just as perfect for the silver screen as the first. Think Along Came a Spider meets Die Hard with a wicked soundtrack and a killer cast. The flashbacks to Archie’s life are not as frequent in this outing that sees…

Review: On a Scale of 1 to 10 by Ceylan Scott

Character Tamar is a raw, relateable character. Being faced with a first person narrative means you are up close and personal with Tamar’s experience and memory. It can feel a little claustrophobic at times, but I’m certain that is intentional; Tamar’s thoughts are overwhelming,…

Heartsick by Chelsea Cain

I’ve just finished reading Heartsick for what must be the 10th time in five years. I had always loved my crime shows, but had never really gotten into the crime fiction genre. Aside from Faye Kellerman’s detective series which I read while completing my…