My Goodreads Reviews Part 18
They are here: five new books I’ve read and reviewed on Goodreads! Please check them out and spent some quality time in their company.
The Crooked Staircase (Jane Hawk, #3), The Player Without Luck, The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue (Montague Siblings, #1), Supercharge Your Book Sales with Unbiased Reviews, Judgement (Undergrounders #3)
This book is what I needed after finishing Koontz’s soulless eBook series titled Nameless. Although not among his best books, The Crooked Staircase is a good indicator that Dean Koontz still has stories with enough suspense, darkness, excitement, and powerful characters in him. This is the reassurance I needed to keep cherish him among my favorite authors of all time.
This is not the first book I’ve read by Kristina Gallo, and I am glad to see she is not afraid to explore and write in various genres. Her latest short read, The Player Without Luck, starts with Silvija, a passionate gambler, finding a dead body in the casino in the Croatian capital. If that is not intriguing enough, maybe dirty secrets, blackmails, and affairs, will be a push enough for you to read this book and join me in experiencing Kristina in her new role of a mystery, suspense, and thriller author.
The adventure and birth of the queer teen romance in the 18th century Europe that will steal your sympathies.
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Fast, exciting and action-packed finale of The Undergrounders Series.
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