October TBR: BOO!kish Bingo and OWNtober

Hello, everyone! I know it’s technically the last day of September right now, but I’m so freaking excited for this post that I just had to go ahead and share it with you guys! It’s time for my… October TBR! October is my favorite month of all, because reasons – my birthday is the 16th, Halloween […]

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The Roanoke Girls – Amy Engel

Spoiler-free review! “Roanoke girls never last long around here. In the end, we either run or we die.” I don’t have a lot to say about The Roanoke Girls, because I think this is one of those stories where it’s best if you go in knowing as little in advance as possible. When I picked this […]

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Final Girls – Riley Sager (ARC Review)

“We were, for whatever reason, the lucky ones who survived when no one else had. Pretty girls covered in blood. As such, we were each in turn treated like something rare and exotic. A beautiful bird that spreads its bright wings only once a decade.” Let me start this review by saying that I wanted to love […]

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Book Beginnings: Final Girls

The forest had claws and teeth.

All those rocks and thorns and branches bit at Quincy as she ran screaming through the woods. But she didn’t stop. Not when rocks dug into the soles of her bare feet. Not when a whip-thin branch lashed her face and a line of blood streaked down her cheek.

Stopping wasn’t an option. To stop was to die.

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T10T: 06.06.17 – Horror TBR Highlights!

For this week’s challenge, the idea is that you pick one genre and list 10 recent TBR additions from that genre! I’m choosing the horror genre! Here are 10 recent spooky additions to my TBR. They’ll be a mix of adult and YA horror, so there’s a suggestion for everyone!

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May ’17 Haul & Wrap-Up

Hello, lovelies! It’s the last day of May, and I thought I’d share with you the new books I collected this month, as well as a quick wrap-up of how my reading went. I’ll add links to reviews wherever applicable. Let’s jump right in!

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The Roses of May – Dot Hutchison

It’s hard enough on the agents when the butterflies start falling apart, but suicides of girls who can’t seem to fit back in outside of the Garden are only half of the heartache that Eddison has to face down now. While the girls await their day in court with the Gardener, another killer is at large: the Spring Killer, who kills one teen every spring, and has done so for 17 years without exposing himself. His only marker is the flowers that he leaves around each girl’s lifeless body.

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