The Hollow Places-A Book Review

Well, obviously, hello! (I have no idea what to write in this first paragraph) *guiltily skips it* Title: The Hollow Places Author: Ursula Vernon (under the pseudonym of T. Kingfisher) Genre: Horror, Fiction, Mystery, Thriller Publication Date/Publisher: October 6th 2020 by Gallery / Saga Press When Kara divorced her husband, she moved into her uncle’sContinue reading “The Hollow Places-A Book Review”

When You Were Everything-A Book Review

Hey everyone! How are you all doing? This is a review of a book I read…four days ago I guess…that looks like very long ago😂. Title: When You Were Everything Author: Ashley Woodfolk Genre: Contemporary, Fiction, YA, LGBT, Romance Publication Date/Publisher: March 10th, 2020 by Delacorte Press Everything started to shatter when another girl heardContinue reading “When You Were Everything-A Book Review”

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue-A Book Review

Another 500 page book! Took me 3 days to finish…I guess I forgot to say hi at the beginning but never mind… Title: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue Author: Victoria (V.E) Schwab Genre: Fantasy (not really though because it is set in our world but it has some magical elements), Fiction, Romance, Historical FictionContinue reading “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue-A Book Review”

The Hobbit-A Book Review

Hey people! Hope you all doing good! I have wanted to read THIS for so long and I am finally happy I picked it up. It reminds me so much of Harry Potter though because Gandalf looks just like Dumbledore in my imagination, saying that both of them are wizards and have very long beardsContinue reading “The Hobbit-A Book Review”

L’Ennemi Sans Visage(If Looks Could Kill)- Critique du Livre

Titre: L’ennemi sans Visage Auteur: Heather Graham Genre: Fiction, Suspense Date de Publication: DĂ©cembre, 12, 1997 Lainie Adair a Ă©tĂ© poignardĂ©e chez elle. Le meurtrier reste encore un mystĂšre mais on a comme suspect, Harry Nore, qui a Ă©tĂ© trouvĂ© avec l’arme du crime. Personne n’oublia l’Ă©vĂšnement tragique de la star. Pour Madison Adair, saContinue reading “L’Ennemi Sans Visage(If Looks Could Kill)- Critique du Livre”

To Tell You The Truth by Gilly Macmillan-A Book Review

Title: To Tell You The Truth Author: Gilly Macmillan Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Psychological fiction Lucy HARPER is the bestselling author of the ElizaGrey novels and unfortunately, her life didn’t always seem to be as perfect as it looks like. When she was very young, she had lost her little brother, Teddy in the woods ofContinue reading “To Tell You The Truth by Gilly Macmillan-A Book Review”

The Haunting of Rookward House-A Book Review

Name: The Haunting of Rookward House Author: Darcy Coates Genre: Horror, Thriller, Fiction, Publication Date: September, 2017 When Guy finds a very old document about his mother, Heather inheriting an old house, he decides that this is his opportunity to help his mother in their financial problems and to repay back a little bit ofContinue reading “The Haunting of Rookward House-A Book Review”

The Haunting of Gillespie House-A Book Review

Name: The Haunting of Gillespie House Author: Darcy Coates Genre: Horror, Thriller, Fiction Publication Date: August, 2015 Elle is going to live in Mr and Mrs Gillespie’s house for some time so as to look after it as the couple are going to town. Elle is so excited as is eager to discover the ancientContinue reading “The Haunting of Gillespie House-A Book Review”

Deception Point-Critique de Livre

Je suis dĂ©solĂ© de ne pas avoir pu publier pendant un certain temps. La semaine derniĂšre, nous devions assister Ă  un mariage le samedi et le dimanche, donc j’avais Ă  peine le temps de faire mes propres devoirs. J’espĂšre que vous comprenez tous. Nom: Deception Point Auteur: Dan Brown Genre: Thriller, fiction Quand la NASAContinue reading “Deception Point-Critique de Livre”

Le Symbole Perdu-Critique de Livre

Nom: Le Symbole Perdu Auteur: Dan Brown Genre: MystĂšre, fiction Nombre de pages: 724 Robert Langdon a Ă©tĂ© appelĂ© par son ami, Peter Solomon pour une confĂ©rence qui aura lieu Ă  Washington. En arrivant Ă  Washington, Robert dĂ©couvre que ce n’est pas son ami Peter Solomon qui l’a appelĂ© mais un inconnu que veut deContinue reading “Le Symbole Perdu-Critique de Livre”

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