Book Review: Final Girls by Riley Sager

What happens to the last girl left standing after a massacre? The only survivor to a night of horror that left nothing but a trail of blood and lots of dead bodies? She is dubbed a "final girl." This is the premise of the book that follows the life of Quincy, the only survivor of… Continue reading Book Review: Final Girls by Riley Sager

Book Review: Room by Emma Donaghue

Plato's analogy of "The Cave" asks the important question: if we are only ever exposed to one type of life, can there be anything else? If a man is born within the walls of a cave, knows no light, no sound beyond the echo of his own voice on the cave walls, no human beside… Continue reading Book Review: Room by Emma Donaghue

Book Review: Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter

Jaw-dropping. From start to finish, what an adrenaline rush! I had to read this for an online book club and WOW!! At first I hated Claire. I thought her character was flat and I could not feel sympathy for her. But after she is shoved headfirst into the series of unexpected events, and handles it like… Continue reading Book Review: Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter