False Memory by Dean Koontz (Book Review)

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What I liked about it:

Rare Plot: It’s not a usual novel that revolves around death. It does not start with a mysterious death by a serial killer that detectives chase the entire book. It begins with no death at all, just a couple of weird things they could not explain.
Many questions kept me going, but it never got to the point that I was confused. Also, the questions that I had were all answered in the end.
Connections that I never saw coming. There is more to the villain and his actions at the near end. In the novel, it turns out that there was a reason why the primary victims, Martie and Dusty, were chosen. Continue reading False Memory by Dean Koontz (Book Review)

Into the Water by Paula Hawkins (Book Review)

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What I liked about it:

  • Unexpected villain. The Novel was able to hide the villain perfectly by making nearly all characters a suspect. Readers have to go through a series of “I think this is the one” throughout the book.
  • Interesting scenes. It provides exciting scenes if you ever get tired of reading what really happened to Nel. There are scenes where it was told what happened to the previous women who drowned in that River. Continue reading Into the Water by Paula Hawkins (Book Review)

The Keeper of Lost Things By Roth Hogan (Book Review)

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What made me choose this book: I’ve been looking for books that are as good as the previous book I read, which is “The Roanoke Girls.” Aside from the very intriguing title, I was curious about the entire story since I was expecting this to be a story filled with magic. I was hoping that the “Keeper of Lost Things” is a person who’s found in the gates of heaven. I was wrong, but I was not disappointed. Continue reading The Keeper of Lost Things By Roth Hogan (Book Review)

Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan (Book Review)

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What I liked about it:

⦁ It is addictive. While reading the book, I realized that this is not my type of novel to read. There are no dead girls involved, no mystery, no crime to be solved – just crazy rich Asians, and it turned out to be as a page turner just like all the thrillers I’ve read (no matter how far from being a thriller this is). Continue reading Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan (Book Review)

The Fifth Petal by Brunonia Barry (Book Review)

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What I liked about it:

It ended the way it should be. At least as a reader, I was given closure. The real villain was exposed, and the main character, Callie, got the life she deserved. Continue reading The Fifth Petal by Brunonia Barry (Book Review)

The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel (Book Review)

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My Rating: 9/10

What made me choose this book: I was on a few pages of “Sad Girls” by Lang Leav when I decided that I wanted to read something else. I tried this book since I got curious about the title. When I saw the family tree and read the first chapter, I knew right away that I was gonna love it. Continue reading The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel (Book Review)

Rebecca’s Tale by Sally Beauman (Review)

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If I were to have another title for this post, it would be “Rebecca’s Tale, A book I Adored Which Had Terrible Reviews on Goodreads.”

When I was looking for books to purchase, I found this one. When I read the title, I knew it was a book I would read.  Continue reading Rebecca’s Tale by Sally Beauman (Review)

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson (Review)

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I would like to remember this as “the book that made me never want to read ebooks again” I read this as an ebook and was so disappointed and confused to the point that I thought the ebook providers were making fun of the readers by shuffling the chapters of the book. Of course, I was wrong with the accusation, and I realized that I just can’t blame anyone if I find the book horrible. Continue reading Life After Life by Kate Atkinson (Review)

The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter (Review)

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My Rating: 8/10

Climax on page one! The most thrilling scene was narrated in the first few pages after flipping the cover.

What made me choose this book: I honestly do not know why I chose this book among all the other tempting books waiting to be read. The title was ordinary, and the cover had nothing to do with the story. (The body from the book I got was of a white flower, and I found other pictures of this book with a girl on its cover, which made more sense.) It was like I simply tried reading a few pages then ended up finishing the book. Continue reading The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter (Review)

Hunger Games Trilogy (Review)

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What made me choose this book: The fuss! The book was very famous back when I was still blogging on Tumblr. Also, forgive me, bookworms, for judging a book based on the rumored singer of its soundtrack. Since Taylor Swift sang “Safe and Sound” and “Eyes Open,” I got more interested in the story since the song lyrics were very descriptive. Continue reading Hunger Games Trilogy (Review)