BIRD BOX was frightening in a way that kept me on the edge of my seat from page one to the end. MALORIE, on the other hand, didn’t have that same level of suspense, of creepiness.
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Realism and Resetting Goals: January Wrap Up and February TBR
Hello friends! It’s been a hot minute since I’ve updated here (which means my New Year Resolution is not going so well)! But never fear, I am back with a (very) belated January Wrap Up and February TBR list! In January, I finally finished “Dangerous to Know” by Tasha Alexander. You can read my review … Continue reading Realism and Resetting Goals: January Wrap Up and February TBR
Corvina Reviews: “Bird Box” by Josh Malerman
Bird Box by Josh Malerman tells the story of Malorie and her two children, Boy and Girl, as they try to survive in a post-apocalyptic world where mysterious creatures drive people mad and sight is a dangerous thing. Recently made popular by the Netflix adaptation by the same name, this story is just as exciting … Continue reading Corvina Reviews: “Bird Box” by Josh Malerman
Murder, Mystery, and Mayhem: January TBRs
I never really give much thought to Tuesdays -- not like I do to Mondays, or Wednesdays, or Fridays or even Sundays, at least. I was born on a Tuesday, so maybe I should pay more attention to the day...maybe. I usually have Tuesday off from work, though, so it feels more like a Sunday … Continue reading Murder, Mystery, and Mayhem: January TBRs