Black Mouth by Ronald Malfi

I absolutely adored Come With Me when I read it last year, so I was not surprised in the slightest that I also devoured Black Mouth in a single sitting. There’s just something about Malfi’s writing that it’s utterly captivating, making it impossible to put the novel down. The pacing, the plot and the characters all work wonderfully together to build the tension and uneasy atmosphere throughout the novel.… Continue reading →

Ghostwritten by Ronald Malfi

Whenever I hear that Malfi has a new book coming out I am always excited, they always sink their claws into me and I can never help myself but devour the entire book as soon as possible as I need to know what happens. The four novellas that make up Ghostwritten have the same level of tension, atmosphere, and impact as one of his novels.… Continue reading →

The Moonday Letters by Emmi Itäranta

I have no idea where to begin with this review. It’s so difficult to capture the magic of this novel that I won’t be able to do it justice. The Moonday Letters is certainly a unique read, one that is more of an experience as you see life through Lumi’s letters which is much different from the typical sci-fi / eco novel.… Continue reading →

The Path of Thorns by A.G. Slatter

I adored Slatter’s debut novel All the Murmuring Bones, so when I was sent her next novel I was thrilled to delve back into her writing once more. The Path of Thorns was just as dark and gripping as I hoped it would be.… Continue reading →


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