I was so excited to get the chance to read this book!! I was part of the first blog tour, for the first volume in the series (and the author's debut) and I was immediately hooked! I couldn't believe how good it was. Like.. where was this author before?? He should've been already around, writing bestsellers. I'm so happy to have figured out that this was a series, and there's more to come!
Blog Tour: ‘The Repenting Serpent’ by Wes Markin
Hey everyone, I'm not at all ready to come back right now (I stick to the beginning of July with that), and I'm crazy behind with my reading... But what I promise, I promise, and I agreed to do this blog tour, so... Here it is! My review & blog tour post for the second novel by the super talented Wes Markin!
‘Little Darlings’ by Melanie Golding
I've seen so many reviews of this book I can't even count! It seems like everybody has been reading 'Little Darlings', Melanie Golding's debut novel. I had no idea this was gonna be such a hit when I requested it months ago, but now I'm very happy I did (and got approved), because now I feel like I'm part of the conversation! 😀 This book really has a unique touch added to its thrillery-horrory basics, and though because I had to stop reading it several times because life was happening, I enjoyed it very much and it sucked me in right away every time I got back to it.
‘The Mother-in-Law’ by Sally Hepworth
I know a lot of you have already read this book (especially since in Australia - where it's also set - it was published earlier this year) and if I can believe Goodreads, many of you want to read it in the (near?) future. I only saw very few bad ratings/reviews, everybody seems to be liking it, so I was very excited to get to it myself!
‘A Flight of Broken Wings’ by Nupur Chowdhury
This review has been long due! With things coming up in my life this year, my reading has seriously slowed down, but I'm slowly conquering my huge TBR pile. 'A Flight of the Broken Wings' is the first book in 'The Aeriel Chronicles' series (and so far the only one published), which is a fantasy thriller kind of story, and something I've been very interested in, though unfortunately it took an unhealthily long time to get to it. And what have I missed before!
Blog Tour: ‘One Last Prayer for the Rays’ by Wes Markin
This is my stop in the blog tour for 'One Last Prayer for the Rays', and I have to tell you that I'm so excited about this book! Of course, I expected it to be good, otherwise I wouldn't have wanted to participate in the tour, but it was absolutely great! I enjoyed it very much. And that's pretty much to say, because when I started reading I wasn't even in the mood for reading a thriller (I just had to do it for the tour, because for some unexpected reasons, I didn't have time later), and guys, I am a huge mood-reader! This book managed to get me in the mood for reading its kind, and that's a huge achievement. So, here it is: this is my blog tour post of a 5-star rated book! 😉
‘Still Lives’ by Maria Hummel
I'm always a huge fan of mysteries but I feel like I read more crime/mystery/thriller books in the autumn... maybe it's the cold days, longer nights, the whole atmosphere... Anyways, 'Still Lives' is another mystery book I read this autumn, and here are my thoughts on it. Grab a coffee, sit, read, and maybe then we can even discuss it! 😉
‘Medallion Of Murder’ by BR Myers
This YA mystery series is probably something you should read on some cozy autumn afternoon these days... Make a coffee the way you like it, and let's read my thoughts about this book!
‘The Wind between Two Worlds’, by Peter Crawley
Hey, guys! Let's try a coffee or a tea without milk or sugar added... or probably it is the best if you stick to your own habits. It's just that I found the characters in this book were oddly specific about how they took their coffee or tea. Anyways, 'The Wind between Two Worlds' is a mystery/thriller novel that deals with war veterans and homeless people and refugees.
‘Origin’, by Dan Brown
Make yourself a coffee (an iced one, if I may suggest) and get sucked into the world of Robert Langdon (again)! (I know it is actually our existing world, but these books seem to be so similar that I feel like it's a whole separate one with poor Robert being trapped in a 'history repeats itself' kind of situation...)...