I finished one book series this year (though I have some hopes for Mistborn) and darn it I’m actually going to blog about some books. Mainly the above. The Good Girls Guide to Murder series in which I realized, amongst other things, I definitely have some lines in the sand of vengeance and justice.
I am weirdly optimistic when it comes to books. I believe that they will get better which rarely is something I can do in real life. It keeps me reading. It makes it hard to DNF. And I have never used the Audible refund policy for a book whether I like it or not. So … More Out: I Actually Sent This Back
I have been trying to write a review of Promising Young Woman for a week. I ended up loving the film (to be honest it was one of my most anticipated so perhaps that’s not a surprise) but not only did it leave me crying it left me really questioning what I had wanted out … More Promising Young Woman
It had always been in my plan to watch The Dissident (directed by: Bryan Fogel) about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi but I have to admit when I heard about it’s trouble finding distribution, that Netflix (among others) wouldn’t touch it I was even more set on it. For the $20 is was still more … More Watch The Dissident
Mayhem By: Estelle Laure This book is being pitched as a YA feminist mash-up of The Lost Boys meets The Craft- and the minute I saw that I knew I wanted to read it! A thousand thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing a free copy as part of the book tour.
The Furies By: Katie Lowe Dark school days seems all the rage right now right? And I’m always down for some witchy Craft vibes. The Furies was strong in a lot of ways but I think it followed the wrong main characters.
the cheerleaders by: Kara Thomas Grade: A 5 years ago a series of back-to-back tragedies involving the deaths of 5 cheerleaders shocked a town shocked a small town. Now Monica Rayburn- the younger sister of the last cheerleader to die that year discovers a series of strange warnings and finds her sisters old phone all … More What Happened to the Cheerleaders?
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Directed By: Martin McDonagh Grade: A- I had been wanting to watch this one for a while and it was well worth the wait. Months since her daughter was murdered with no answers Mildred Hayes rents out three billboards calling out the police (especially the Chief). This sets off a … More Anger, Grief and Human Nature in Three Billboards