Review: Don’t Wake Up by Liz Lawler

Rating: 4.5/5 stars

Where to start with this one? Well, the description really had me interested in this book and it didn’t let me down. 

I loved the storyline but I wasn’t a fan of how some of it was written. Other than that it was a very suspenseful thriller. 

It follows Alex Taylor after she’s been found in the parking lot of the hospital she works in. She tries to convince everyone that she had been abducted and that the murders that are taking place around her are caused by the same person who took her. 

This book will be published on May 18th, 2017 and I would definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a thriller. 

Thank you to NetGalley, the publisher, and the author for a copy of this in exchange for an honest review. 

Review: The Child

Rating: 5/5 stars

Where to start with this one? Well, I should mention that I loved Fiona’s first book called “The Widow” and this new book is even better.

“The Child” is one of those books that switches perspectives with each chapter. I usually don’t enjoy books that do that but it worked well with this one.

The journalist in this book is Kate Waters. She was also a character in Fiona’s first book “The Widow.” Kate catches on to a story of a baby’s body that was found at a construction site by a worker. As she pieces information together after talking to people who used to live on the street where the construction is taking place, a shocking discovery is made.

The end of this book caught me by surprise. I loved it! Fiona wrote this book wonderfully. Highly recommend for a summer read! It releases on June 27, 2017. Preorder here: The Child

Thank you to the First to Read website, the publisher, and Fiona herself for the early copy of this book.

Review: The Breakdown

Rating: 4.5/5 stars

I read B.A. Paris’s first book “Behind Closed Doors” and enjoyed it but I honestly liked this one much more.

This starts off with Cass being on the phone with her husband, Matthew, as she’s getting ready to head home during a terrible storm. Matthew tells her not to take the shorter way home through Blackwater Lane but she does and everything changes the next morning as she wakes up and hears that a woman has been murdered on that road, the woman she saw as she drove through there the night before.

This book was honestly not what I expected and I mean that in a good way. I enjoyed “Behind Closed Doors” but this book was much better. It kept me guessing and on the edge of my seat until the end.

When I got to the last few chapters, the book had a total twist that I didn’t see coming. It made the book so much better. I would have honestly read this book in one sitting if work hadn’t gotten in my way.

If you want a compelling read, I definitely suggest this one.

Thank you to NetGalley for my copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.