Elsa is almost eight, and she’s different. Her granny is her only friend, and together they fly off every night to the Land-of-Almost-Awake, the fantasyland where all Granny’s fairy tales take place. When Granny dies, she leaves behind a series of letters apologizing to people she has wronged, and Elsa must deliver them. These letters…
Another from the ARC file!
I forget when I first heard about this book, but I’ve been dying to read it for at least six months.
This is a book for people who enjoy psychological suspense, serial killers, teens crafty enough to flirt with the cliffs of insanity, and romance!
The year is 1919, and four-year-old Rachel Rabinowitz and her older brother Sam live a frugal life with their parents in a tenement in New York City’s Lower East Side. When their mother dies in a tragic accident, their father flees and Rachel and Sam become wards of the state, separated into different orphanages. At…
What if you lost your memory every night when you went to sleep?
Read this, especially if you want your childhood ruined.
The Never List is one of the best new thrillers I’ve read in the past few years.
Apt Pupil is haunting because we know, deep down inside, that we all have the capacity to hurt—and to enjoy it.
…and whatever walked there, walked alone.
The Liar’s Chair is a haunting psychological thriller that worms its way into your brain, takes hold, and won’t let go.
The Impossible Knife of Memory reflects on how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder impacts an entire home.
Rose Daniels is a battered woman. Married to her husband, Norman, for fourteen years—since she was eighteen—she has spent almost half of her life justifying her husband’s horrid actions to herself. Until today.
This is a tough review to write because it’s hard to put how I felt about The Glittering World into words.
Four days ago, a woman’s body was found in the woods. A large, distinctive scar that covers half of her face all the way down to her shoulder should have made her easy to identify, but no one has reported her missing.