Shepard brings the same type of dark intrigue, mystery and deception to Reputation as she did to her famous Pretty Little Liars series.
The writing feels dark, the characters dapple in the forbidden, and the result is a deeply satisfying mystery.
It's layers of story, well-developed characters and an engrossing plot that all come together to make each book almost impossible to set down.
Whenever I think of Thailand and teenagers, I think of Brokedown Palace. The ultimate "be careful traveling internationally" story. You know, Claire Danes--fresh off of My So Called Life fame--and Kate Beckingsale are teen girls vacationing in Thailand when they fall into a trap with a cute boy who uses them to transport drugs without... Continue Reading →
The premise of The Au Pair pulled me in right away. A woman throws herself off a cliff behind her isolated estate the night she gives birth to twins.
The reason I picked up The Witch Elm by Tana French is...well, Tana French. She's an amazing writer. And not all writers have the ability to write super thick and meaty books that are still page-turners from cover to cover. With a novel that is over 500 pages of smallish-print I'd expect a good portion... Continue Reading →