Review: The Bag of Bones by Vivian French

Review: The Bag of Bones by Vivian French

The Bag of Bones

When the quill writes GO GO GO frantically on the wall, and the House of the Ancient Crones heaves Gracie Gillypot outside onto the path, it can mean only one thing: there’s Trouble in the Five Kingdoms. This time it’s in the form of a beady-eyed, green-tongued witch named Truda Hangnail, who with her banished […]

Tour & Review & Giveaway: Black Chalk by Christopher J. Yates

Tour & Review & Giveaway: Black Chalk by Christopher J. Yates

Black Chalk

So excited to be part of the Black Chalk tour! TLC Tours with the publisher is generously providing an international giveaway as well! Don’t forget to check out Yates’ Oxford Photo Tour that he provided for us – which his time and locations there provided a lot of inspiration for Black Chalk‘s scenes! One game. […]

Tour Review & Giveaway: Mind of Winter by Laura Kasischke

Tour Review & Giveaway: Mind of Winter by Laura Kasischke

Mind of Winter

We’re excited to host the tour for Mind of Winter for TLC Tours! Look for the giveaway we’ve got going below my review! On a snowy Christmas morning, Holly Judge awakens, the fragments of a nightmare-something she must write down-floating on the edge of her consciousness. Something followed them from Russia. On another Christmas morning […]

Review: The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld

Review: The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld

The Enchanted

A wondrous and redemptive debut novel, set in a stark world where evil and magic coincide, The Enchanted combines the empathy and lyricism of Alice Sebold with the dark, imaginative power of Stephen King. “This is an enchanted place. Others don’t see it, but I do.” The enchanted place is an ancient stone prison, viewed […]

Review: Influx by Daniel Suarez

Review: Influx by Daniel Suarez

Influx

Are smart phones really humanity’s most significant innovation since the moon landings? Or can something else explain why the bold visions of the 20th century–fusion power, genetic enhancements, artificial intelligence, cures for common disease, extended human life, and a host of other world-changing advances–have remained beyond our grasp? Why has the high-tech future that seemed […]

Review: Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira

Review: Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira

Love Letters to the Dead

It begins as an assignment for English class: Write a letter to a dead person. Laurel chooses Kurt Cobain because her sister, May, loved him. And he died young, just like May did. Soon, Laurel has a notebook full of letters to people like Janis Joplin, Amy Winehouse, Amelia Earhart, Heath Ledger, and more; though […]

Review: The Midnight Side by Natasha Mostert

Review: The Midnight Side by Natasha Mostert

The Midnight Side

A phone call from the dead. Lucid dreaming. A ghost manipulating the London stock exchange. And a truly frightening story of love gone wrong. THE MIDNIGHT SIDE is a chilling tale of a seductive woman who, even from the grave, is able to manipulate events to her satisfaction. A haunting story of obsession and revenge, […]

Review: Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert

Review: Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert

Season of the Witch

SEASON OF THE WITCH is Natasha Mostert’s award-winning novel in which the art of memory, alchemy, mysticism and murder have been blended to create a nail-biting thriller. Gabriel Blackstone is a cool, hip, thoroughly twenty-first century Londoner with an unusual talent. A computer hacker by trade, he is also a remote viewer: able to ‘slam […]

Review: Enders by Lissa Price

Review: Enders by Lissa Price

Enders

With the Prime Destinations body bank destroyed, Callie no longer has to rent herself out to creepy Enders. But Enders can still get inside her mind and make her do things she doesn’t want to do. Like hurt someone she loves. Having the chip removed could save Callie’s life – but it could also silence […]

Tour Review & Guest Post: See Jane Run by Hannah Jayne with Playlist

Tour Review & Guest Post: See Jane Run by Hannah Jayne with Playlist

See Jane Run

My Shelf Confessions is stoked to be part of the See Jane Run tour! I’ve got a review to share with you of this suspenseful book and Hannah’s shared with us a music playlist for the book, so look for that immediately following the review. I know who you are. When Riley first gets the […]

Review: Bubble by Anders de la Motte

Review: Bubble by Anders de la Motte

Bubble

We’re happy to host the Anders de la Motte for a Q&A, so look for that after my review! – ~ – ~ – ~ – ~ – ~ – ~ The stunning conclusion to the groundbreaking Scandinavian crime trilogy featuring a deadly game that blurs reality and fiction in a world obsessed with social […]

Review: The Asylum by John Harwood

Review: The Asylum by John Harwood

The Asylum by John Harwood

A brilliant new Gothic thriller from the acclaimed author of The Ghost Writer and The Seance Confused and disoriented, Georgina Ferrars awakens in a small room in Tregannon House, a pri+vate asylum in a remote corner of England. She has no memory of the past few weeks. The doctor, Maynard Straker, tells her that she […]

Review: Game by Anders de la Motte

Review: Game by Anders de la Motte

Game

Follow the rules and everybody gets hurt . . . One Sunday morning after a long night of partying, Henrik “HP” Pettersson, a slacker with a lot of ego and very little impulse control, finds a cell phone of an unfamiliar make on a commuter train. Through insisting and slightly uncanny messages that refer to […]

Review: The Book of Secrets by Elizabeth Joy Arnold

Review: The Book of Secrets by Elizabeth Joy Arnold

The Book of Secrets

After more than twenty years of marriage, Chloe Sinclair comes home one night to find that her husband, Nate, is gone. All he has left behind is a cryptic note explaining that he’s returned to their childhood town, a place Chloe never wants to see again. While trying to reach Nate, Chloe stumbles upon a […]

Review: Parasite by Mira Grant

Review: Parasite by Mira Grant

Parasite

A decade in the future, humanity thrives in the absence of sickness and disease. We owe our good health to a humble parasite – a genetically engineered tapeworm developed by the pioneering SymboGen Corporation. When implanted, the tapeworm protects us from illness, boosts our immune system – even secretes designer drugs. It’s been successful beyond […]