A literal out-of-this-world twist in the end that I welcomed with open arms after everything. It’s an experience that I think every thriller and science-adventure fan deserves to experience. Continue reading Deep Fathom by James Rollins – ‘I feel humbled.’
It’s curious, fast, and dramatic, and when combined in the opening act, how can you resist? Continue reading Thoughts on The Book of Lies by Brad Meltzer
The book is very clear on one thing – A WORK OF FICTION. A fabrication, inspired by the existence of real-life individuals of the past. Surely, one can’t expect a blow-by-blow recount of who did what. Continue reading Book Review: The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory
This is an interesting read that combines humor and wit in an easy-to-follow storyline. It’s that type of book that you can finish in one sitting and that which can be hard to put down once you get yourself at ease with Christopher. Continue reading Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – A Review
“It’s the deadliest poison known to man.
He’s the only one who knows its true power.
She’s the only one who can stop the evil.
The chase is on.” Continue reading Iris Johansen’s What Doesn’t Kill You – A Review