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Real World

As we get closer to fall, I get more in the mood to read mysteries and thrillers. I’m also craving some Gothic fiction, so this fall’s reviews might turn out to be very fitting for the season. If you remember my review of Out, Real World is by the same author. In Real World, we…

The Chalk Man

The Chalk Man alternates between two time periods: 1986 in which the characters are young teens to 2016 when they are adults bordering on middle age. After Eddie’s friend received a large bucket of chalk for his birthday, the friends began to use the chalk to write secret messages and make rude drawings around town.…

All the Missing Girls

Nicolette Farrell is back in Cooley Ridge, North Carolina for the first time in ten years. As a teenagers, Nic, Beth, and Corinne tore up their small town. They were always taking risks, causing trouble, and the rumor was that they swapped boyfriends sometimes. Those wild, carefree days came to an abrupt end when Corrine…

The Woman in Cabin 10

I love mystery/thriller novels, but I realized I had read all of mine on my to-be-read shelf. This led me to discover a little app called Scribd where I could download and rent audiobooks, ebooks, and magazines for a small, monthly fee (less than Audible with unlimited books, not sponsored of course). Since I was…

Confessions

Trigger warning for… everything? This book is pretty dark. There’s murder, sadistic/psychopathic behavior, abuse, school violence, and probably other stuff I forgot. Just beware if any of that sounds troublesome to you! On the bright side, I could not put this book down. After the first chapter I was a little disturbed though. There was…

House of Leaves

After bingeing on Joe Hill’s novels, I wanted something similar. House of Leaves came up on many bizarre horror reading lists, so it eventually ended up in my Amazon cart and into my mailbox. Then it sat on my shelf for a while because I just had a feeling I would love it. I wanted…

Out

It took me almost a month to read this book, but that has nothing to do with how much I enjoyed it. In fact, it was written in such a tension-packed way that I was just too anxious to pick it up. Out follows four Japanese women who work the night shift at a boxed…