the nix by nathan hill

Wow guys. I haven’t had a book I’ve loved this much in what feels like forever. I’d seen The Nix around a lot last year, and based on the cover (we’ve all done it) it looked politically charged and really not for me. It wasn’t until Max at Well Done Books started comparing reading this book to The Read More →

the perfect stranger by megan miranda

Megan Miranda’s forthcoming thriller, The Perfect Stranger is the story of Leah, a disgraced journalist forced to leave Boston for Western Pennsylvania, to a house in the middle of nowhere with a girl she hasn’t seen in eight years. Leah initially met Emmy Grey right after graduating college and being rejected from a job she thought Read More →

a list of cages by robin roe

Recently, I’ve been seeing this star-covered book all over the place, and remembered I’d actually requested it a few months ago from Netgalley, and had it ready to go on my Kindle app. I say it a lot but I really don’t request books all that often, so I must have been really interested at the Read More →

Tana French is without a doubt one of the best thriller/crime writers around. Probably better than Gillian Flynn if we’re being super honest, which I am. Her books delve so deeply into the personal lives of the characters that they leap off the page. They really feel like someone you know. Frank Mackey could be Read More →