Reviews

Review: The Killing Code by Ellie Marney

Kit Sutherland has spent the last year and half living a lie. Nobody knows her real name or her true identity. Luckily, her former friend gave her a chance at a new life and World War II provided her a job at Arlington Hall as a codebreaker.

Arlington Hall gave Kit her dream life, especially compared to how she grew up in rural West Virginia. With the military, she’s appreciated for her intellect and he ability to help the war effort. Everything in her life was going perfectly, until her roommate Dottie Crockford didn’t come home one night.

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Reviews

Review: They’re Watching You by Chelsea Ichaso

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.*

It’s been two weeks since Polly St. James went missing. But Maren Montgomery is the only one that cares. You see, Polly left a note on her dorm room desk stating that she ran away and that she needed some alone time because the pressure of attending an elite academy was getting to her. The letter was written in Polly’s handwriting and she had a history of running away.

But Maren doesn’t believe the story. Something feels off about Polly’s disappearance, especially since the day she went missing, she was supposed to meet Maren and confess something. Since Polly’s parents, the school administration and the police have given up on finding Polly, Maren is ready to launch her own investigation.

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Lists

New Year’s Book Tag

Happy New Year! We’re so excited to share the books we’re reading with all of you in 2023. To start off this year, we’re sharing our reading goal for 2023 and some of the books on our TBR. We didn’t get to every book that we wanted to read in 2022, but we’re making our TBR a priority for this year.

We found this book tag on And On She Reads. Feel free to participate and share your responses in your blog. We’re excited to see what our fellow book lovers want to read in 2023. Are any of our picks on your reading list? Let us know in the comments.

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Book Club

January 2023 Book Club: The Killing Code by Ellie Marney

The Book

The Killing Code released in September 2022.

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Blog Tour

Blog Tour: 15 Reactions While Reading Five Survive by Holly Jackson

Book Information

Five Survive by Holly Jackson

Genre: Young Adult Thriller

Publishing Date: November 29, 2022

Tour Schedule

Summary

Eight hours. Six friends. Five survive. A road trip turns deadly in this addictive YA thriller from the bestselling author of the worldwide phenomenon A GOOD GIRL’S GUIDE TO MURDER.

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Reviews

Review: How to Survive Your Murder by Danielle Valentine

Alice Lawrence never forgave herself for letting her older sister Claire go into the corn maze alone on Halloween night. A year later, she’s the sole witness at her sister’s murder trial. Alice needs to go to the bathroom and calm down before the trail begins, but she’s followed by a girl dressed as Sidney Prescott. “Sidney” asks Alice is she’s sure about the guy who killed her sister. Alice thinks she knows everything about that night and would do anything to relive it to save Claire.

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Reviews

Review: Wait for Me by Sara Shepard

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.*

Do you believe in reincarnation?

Sara Shepard asks readers to be open to the possibility.

Casey Rhodes already lives an unconventional life. At 17, she’s a sophomore at NYU and dating Marcus Coleman, one of the most eligible men in NYC. At an exclusive holiday party thrown by her boyfriend’s father, Casey hears a voice inside her head. One that makes her blood go cold.

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Reviews

Review: The Final Gambit by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Over a year after reading The Inheritance Games and The Hawthorne Legacy, we finally finished this amazing trilogy. The Final Gambit was one of our most anticipated books of 2022 and we’re happy to say it lived up to our high expectations.

Avery Kylie Grams is only weeks away from being the richest teenager in the world when she gets control of $46.2 billion. However, the game Tobias Hawthorne left isn’t over…not even close. When Jameson and Grayson return for Avery’s 18th birthday celebration, she expects they’ll be leaving shortly after. But an unexpected arrival changes everything for Avery and the Hawthorne brothers.

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Reviews, Then and Now

Review: Don’t Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout

This book review is part of our then and now series, where we revisit books that we enjoyed in the past.

Summary

Samantha Franco is walking on the side of the road with no memory. Seriously, she has no idea who she is and how she ended up getting attacked. The police bring her to the hospital, where she is diagnosed with amnesia. Nothing helps restore her memories: not her parents, her brother or her boyfriend Del.

Things get worse when Sam starts learning about the night she went missing. Apparently, Sam was with her best friend Cassie Winchester, who is still missing. The more Sam learns about her previous life, her friendship with Cassie and the way she terrorized people, the more she wants to forget her former persona.

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