There’s Someone Inside Your House | book review

Makani Young was forced to leave her life behind in Hawaii after a terrible accident. She now lives with her grandmother in Osborne, Nebraska—basically, a giant corn field, the most boring place on the planet. That is, until Makani’s classmates started turning up dead. And not just dead—horribly, disgustingly mutilated. Makani and …

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A Line of Blood | book review

On a seemingly normal evening, Alex and his son Max chase their cat into the neighbor’s back yard, then through his open back door. What they find changes everything: their neighbor, dead, in the bathtub. What first looks like suicide begins to seem like murder as new information is …

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TV Tuesdays | Dark

I’m here with (you guessed it!) another binge-worthy Netflix series recommendation. What more could you ask for? You’re welcome. The show I want you all to go out and watch rightnow is Dark. This series isn’t brand new. It debuted on Netflix back in December and was immediately hailed as the “adult” Stranger Things. Well, I’m certifiably […]

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Truly Devious | book review

Albert Ellingham ran a free school for the gifted, a magical place for high school juniors and seniors who just weren’t getting the attention they needed in the public school system. But not just anybody could get in—you had to appeal and … Continue reading

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Diary | book review

Misty Marie Kleinman grew up poor, sitting on a cigarette-burned shag carpet with her hippie waitress mother, drawing beautiful houses in a perfect town on a gorgeous island. In art school, she met the man who would make her … Continue reading

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Movie Mondays | Alien: Covenant

I am an Alien superfan. I was introduced to the franchise through Alien vs. Predator when I was in my pre-teens and fell in love. Little did I know AVP was simply a crossover of two other franchises, and that I had so many more films to watch! And here I am, in my twenties, going to see the […]

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Jaws | book review

Title: Jaws Author: Peter Benchley Series: n/a Publisher: Bantam Publication Date: February 1974 Genre(s): Horror, Thriller, Adult fiction, Classics Opening Line: The great fish moved silently through the night water, propelled by short sweeps of its crescent tail. The Synopsis The small town of Amity, located on Long Island, depends on the summer people for survival. In the winter, […]

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