Mini Reviews #2


Orphan X (An Orphan X Thriller) by [Hurwitz, Gregg]Orphan X by Gregg Hurwitz

Published: April 2016 Publisher: Penguin
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I enjoyed this book, but did find it went on a little bit of a repetitive ramble in places. I liked Evan, I liked his back story and learning about his time training as Orphan X. I’m intrigued where the story is going and how it’ll end eventually. Id like to see Mia and Peter involved still, they were great characters that I’d like to see developed some more. I’m also interested in seeing how Evan develops as well, he’s put across as this paranoid person, which I get, but I think he’s not that bad really.

I Am DeathI Am Death by Chris Carter

Published: July 2016  Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
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Another spectacularly gruesome read from Chris Carter. I rarely get squeamish over a book but this one definitely had me think twice about household DIY items.. It has certainly made me shiver in disgust. Well written, violent deaths, and as usual excellent characters. Hunter and Garcia are definitely my favourite detectives out there. I will admit I guessed a couple of parts for the ending of the book, but I didn’t really see the twist coming with who the killer actually was. It made think ‘What the…?’ and think about what I’d actually read. A great book and worth a read for all crime fans out there!!!

Coming Down (Love in London, #1)
Coming Down by Carrie Elks

Published: September 2014
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I’ve enjoyed all of Carrie Elks books that I have read and this one is no different. The chemistry between Beth and Niall is steamy, intense and works extremely well. This book touches on some extremely difficult subjects but are dealt with honestly, delicately and openly. Written brilliantly, fantastic characters and an intense romance. What else could a girl ask for? This author does know how to write extremely hot, intense men I’ll give her that!!

 

4 thoughts on “Mini Reviews #2

  1. Cool mini reviews! I have Orphan X on my TBR list so I found your review interesting.Would you recommend reading it or is it one I could remove and not miss? Thanks, Hannah 🙂

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    1. Hmmm, on one hand I’d recommend it. It was a good read. But then, for how often I found it quite repetitive and just dragging I’d say skip it. I’m the last person to decide for you lol

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      1. That’s it’s good to get an opinion from someone that has read it 🙂 honestly, I’m not a fan when books are overly repetitive so I will probably leave it for now. Thanks!

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