Janelle Brown, author of Pretty Things and Watch Me Disappear had the perfect testimonial for the book saying, "The Drowning Kind is satisfying on every level: Marvelously chilling, elegantly written, a true page-turner. I couldn’t wait to get to the end; I also wanted to savor every page. Jennifer McMahon is a master of mood.”
C.J. Tudor is a bit macabre and her books just feel different than your average thriller. Her books are a little bit gory, a little bit spooky, the tiniest bit shocking and super readable.
This book is the real deal. It's so spooky you won't want to read it in a dark room, but it's so good that you keep reading it in that dark room because you NEED to know what happens!
A.J. Finn, author of The Woman in the Window said, "“Atmospheric, spellbinding—as haunting as the best of Du Maurier, as psychologically astute as Kate Atkinson. Read it and shiver.”
I just finished reading Crazy Rich Asians. My book club picked it, we wanted to see what all the fuss was about. And it was so cute, and I loved it, and it was a nice break from my usual suspense. But man, that book is kind of dense. It's over 500 pages of smaller type.... Continue Reading →
I remember seeing The Omen in theater. Well, the remake anyways. It was probably about 11 years ago on the night before Halloween. Before I had kids of my own. And I remember thinking, OMG, how could a person put up with that? But that was before of course I realized the natural bond a... Continue Reading →
Today it snowed. I know it snows sometimes in April in the midwest. But I've always thought of these types of weather events this far into spring as freak weather. Except this is not the first time it has snowed this week, nor will it be the last. It's supposed to snow on Monday. As... Continue Reading →
So normally I'm better about mixing up my books. Reading and reviewing some books that are coming soon and reviewing some that are currently out so that I can post my reviews right away. Lately, I've failed. I read two books this week...After the Fall by A.J. Banner and All We Ever Wanted by Emily... Continue Reading →