Tag: thriller

Series Review: Pandora Jones Admission & Deception by Barry Jonsberg

Series Review: Pandora Jones Admission & Deception by Barry Jonsberg

Where a deadly virus sweeps out the human race and teenagers who are immune are saved and trained for survival, Pandora Jones Admission sounds like your typical post-apocalyptic scenario. It’s actually much more than that, as a blend of post-apocalyptic, thriller and mystery. Pandora was a bit hard to warm to at times as a fairly average teenager, with the power […]

December 8, 2014 | 26 Comments
Blog Tour & Review: Cooper Bartholomew Is Dead by Rebecca James

Blog Tour & Review: Cooper Bartholomew Is Dead by Rebecca James

Jeann’s Thoughts  Psychological thrillers are one of my favourites – and each and every one of Rebecca James’ novels have been flawless in that respect. They feature characters from the much overlooked demographic of university students, but these NA books are not your typical NA romance. Cooper Bartholomew is Dead is told through five different people who […]

September 2, 2014 | 48 Comments
Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas Review: Brilliant, shocking, addictive murder trial

Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas Review: Brilliant, shocking, addictive murder trial

Dangerous Girls officially takes the cake for the biggest mind fuck ever, packing a punch in the last few pages that will leave you breathless, clenching pieces of your heart and picking your jaw off the floor. Some people will feel betrayed, others will wonder why they never saw it coming, yet others will be in denial. The […]

May 22, 2014 | 76 Comments
Beautiful Malice by Rebecca James Review: Friendship with malicious intent

Beautiful Malice by Rebecca James Review: Friendship with malicious intent

Beautiful Malice is about an unhealthy friendship that turns toxic and malicious. From its innocent beginnings getting to know a person, breaking them out of their shell and suddenly becoming BFFs, the novel takes an unexpected dive where the same friend becomes psychotic, co-dependent and downright scary. I haven’t read any books that delve into the topic […]

October 14, 2013 | 27 Comments
The Eye of Minds by James Dashner Review: Hacker vs cyberterrorist in virtual reality

The Eye of Minds by James Dashner Review: Hacker vs cyberterrorist in virtual reality

The Eye of Minds takes all the elements of an epic fantasy with a unique world, crazy creatures and whirlwind events and changes it up – by setting it in a virtual reality world. Here we experience James Dashner’s epic imagination with horrific events, fantastical happenings, scary monsters and more. Michael and his gamer friends Bryson […]

October 11, 2013 | 26 Comments