Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is a weird one for me. I liked the mystery better than the first movie (wild though it gets) but that being said… Character wise I think I preferred the first movie. And honestly I think this one is overhyped too. Like people are calling this an Oscar contender … More Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
The Silence of Bones By: June Hur So for some reason I had it in my head the MC could talk to dead people or read there bones. Yeah don’t know where that came from. It’s not the case but it’s still a first rate mystery and great overall read. Even without the talking to … More The Silence of Bones
Tuesday Mooney Talks to Ghosts By: Kate Racculia I just want to say should any dying rich multi-millionaires want to put a fortune on the line in a city wide treasure hunt… Nows the time please 🙂 Count me in. I would definitely play that game!
Have you ever had a book where half your brain keeps telling you no, let it go, you aren’t going to like it, you know better, don’t do it? But at the same time it’s under your skin and you know you won’t be able to stop yourself until you read it. (I have the … More To Read or Not To Read: Crescent City
Knives Out Directed By: Rian Johnson Watching Knives Out was an interesting experience in large part because even though I knew who did it going in I was convinced the spoilers were wrong and something else happened. They weren’t and it didn’t. Also it’s getting the wrong sequel. Spoilers below:
The Sun Down Motel By: Simone St. James Actually you can pretty much do whatever you want at the Sun Down because it’s not exactly well-staffed. Maybe the ghosts will check you in? Or out the hard way depending on their moods.
Daughter of the Burning City By: Amanda Foody Grade: B Sorina is the star of the Freak Show in the traveling carnival known as the Gomorrah Festival. More city than anything else Gomorrah is a place of pleasure and decadence. A city that stretches back through the history of this world and burns constantly. … More Daughter of the Burning City