One Kick is actually the first book I've read of Chelsea Cain so I can't really compare it to her Gretchen Lowell Series but I found this one depressing, frustrating and disturbing...in a very good way. I don't know if the word enjoy is the right term to use of my reading experience because it dealt with highly disturbing subject matter but the book definitely hooked me from beginning to end. To be honest, even though One Kick engaged me and a big chunk of the book was read in one sitting, I … Read More...
I do admit that the very first reason I wanted to read this book was because of one review – Giselle’s at the Xpresso Reads. She talked about how she felt like screaming at the book’s happenings, and that made the horror fan in me very, very curious, indeed. I like the thrill of being scared […]
Contemporary and retellings are my favorite genres, and rarely do I see books that fall under both (or maybe I just haven’t found them yet) so I was really looking forward to reading Don’t Fall – a contemporary retelling of Rapunzel. It wasn’t much though – not that good, not that bad, not that special […]
Welcome to the Dark House felt very much like a slasher film. You are introduced to a group of misfit characters who’ve been lured together in a location in the middle of nowhere and if you’re like me who watch a lot of said films, we all know that not everyone will survive. In this case, we get seven essay winners of […]
Warning: Creepy pictures included in this review. This disclaimer is mostly for you Aimee. Despite my overactive imagination after watching or reading anything scary, I do love the horror genre. I can be embarrassingly sissy afterwards (sleeping with the lights on, peeing with the door open) but there’s just this rush that you get when creeped […]