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Genesis by Brendan Reichs

Genesis by Brendan Reichs

I have been waiting for this book for such a long time. I read the first book – Nemesis – about a year and a half ago, thinking that it was quite an old book and that it had been out for a long time. BUT NO! When I realised that it was a new release and that I had to wait over a year for the second book, I was so sad! But now, Genesis is here and boy, am I excited to share my thoughts with you.

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Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp

Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp

This has been on my TBR ever since it came out. I was looking forward to reading Before I Let Go, because I enjoyed reading Nijkamp’s other book: This is Where it Ends (which is about a school shooting). After reading the blurb of BILG, it sounded very cliché, but sometimes clichés can be a good thing! So I opened my Kindle app, and started reading…

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Bad Girls with Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten

Bad Girls with Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten

Last time I read something by Lynn Weingarten was 3 years ago and it was Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls. It was an ok book. Nothing amazing but it was entertaining. I saw that Weingarten had another book out and I was intrigued to see whether her writing style had developed and what new thrilling plots she would come up with this time. So I dived right in to Bad Girls With Perfect Faces…

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The Sacrifice Box by Martin Stewart

The Sacrifice Box by Martin Stewart

I had to read The Sacrifice Box for the monthly book club at my local Waterstones. The premise of the book sounded so interesting! I love books that focus on friendship, and I do love a good thriller/horror novel! So this sounded like a perfect read for me.

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Shadow House: No Way Out by Dan Poblocki

Shadow House: No Way Out by Dan Poblocki

This has got to be the fastest, most interesting, creepiest middle-grade trilogy that I have ever read. No Way Out in the third and final book in the Shadow House trilogy and it DID NO PACK ANY PUNCHES! When are these kids going to get a break? They’ve been through so much and I just want to give them a big hug…

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Dreamfall by Amy Plum

Dreamfall by Amy Plum

The last time that I had heard (or read) anything from Amy Plum, it was the Die For Me trilogy. I think I read the books when I was about 14 (?) and I remember really enjoying them. That’s most of the reason to why I picked up Dreamfall, because of who the author was. The rest of the reason was because the premise sounded absolutely AMAZING!

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Asylum by Madeleine Roux

Asylum by Madeleine Roux

So since it’s that time around Halloween, that could mean only one thing, right? Time to read SPOOKY BOOKS! And if the title of ‘Asylum’ with the picture of that girl on the front cover doesn’t get you into the scary book mood, then I have no idea what will.

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