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text 2018-10-16 23:09
Lookie at what Audible delivered to me today!
THE MURDERER'S SON a gripping crime thriller full of twists - Richard Armitage,Joy Ellis

I've had it preordered since July! The next in the series will be out in December!

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review 2018-09-24 03:41
Full Tilt
Full Tilt - Neal Shusterman

 

It began the night we died on the Kamikaze.

- First sentence

 

 

This is a great Creepy Carnival book. Blake, his brother Quinn, and their friends Russ & Maggie end up trapped in an otherworldly carnival. The only way out is if they can ride seven rides before dawn. But each ride taps into one of their biggest fears, and no one has ever escaped before...

 

I enjoyed this one. It was fast-paced and creepy with a satisfying ending. It doesn't take long to get to the carnival part and I enjoyed watching Blake try to figure things out. 

 

I read this one for the Creepy Carnivals square:

 

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text 2018-09-23 03:47
Reading progress update: I've read 93 out of 214 pages.
Full Tilt - Neal Shusterman

 

 

I'm reading this for the Creepy Carnivals square:

 

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review 2018-09-22 18:37
Miss Marple Does it Again
A Pocket Full of Rye - Agatha Christie

I weirdly have some Miss Marple in paperback format and some that are not. I have no idea why. So realizing that I had this on my bookshelf, I decided to read it for Halloween Bingo.


This was done really well. Christie starts the book off with us following an Inspector Nettle to figure out who murdered Rex Fortescue and his second wife, Adele. Initially, it appears that Adele and the man who she is having an affair with are the perpetrators behind the crimes. When the maid is found strangled to death, Nettle is baffled by who is behind these crimes. Then enter, Miss Marple.


We find out that the maid, Gladys worked for Miss Marple, and once Miss Marple found out about her death, she arrives at home of the Fortescue's (Yewtree Lodge). 

 

This is Miss Marple at her best. She and Nettle work well together and even though Nettle is behind Miss Marple in figuring out who is the murderer and the reasons why, it was a fun book to read and try guess who did it and why. Without giving away the ending, I loved how Miss Marple fixates on the rightful murderer and the reasons why. 

 

Christie does a great job of setting up all of the characters before Miss Marple shows up. Sometimes I find myself bored with Marple or Poirot books until they show up, this was not one of those times. 

 

The setting of Yewtree Lodge is good and there are so many people who are viable suspects, Rex had two sons, a daughter, two daughters in laws and a general housekeeper that you are going to wonder if they are behind things or not. 

 

The ending doesn't give you a cut and dried solution though. Things are left at loose ends. You can guess what is going to happen next though. 

 

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text 2018-09-21 21:08
Reading progress update: I've read 256 out of 256 pages.
A Pocket Full of Rye - Agatha Christie

Wow three murders! I honestly didn’t know who did it and loved the solution!

 

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