Another mystery by MHC. Oh, I think I’ll stop reading old mysteries after this, they just don’t age well and I just don’t want to complain no more. Thriller and horror are genres that heavily depend on suspense and not substance. It brings a lot of problems when there’s even a sliver hint of predictability. […]
Just in case you’re as blind as I was, Circe is one name of the long strings of Greek Gods and Goddesses. And Circe is an eponymous novel of zero to hero journey of the Goddess of Aiaia. Circe is born a lesser God. An immortal with a Goddess’ gait and appearance, but has no […]
In the span of her search, Kerry has been multiple times warned. Kerry has been waiting to be nominated as a judge, and now she’s only one call away to be one. Opening a closed case which the offender has already been paying his time in penitentiary surely would call troubles. And troubles might mean jeopardizing her bright prospect of career. Should she leave it alone then? But in that case, how would she be a worthy judge if she ignored her own thirst of truth?
Is Scribd really that bad?
Good day, Nerdies! Today I have my bests and worsts from my 2019 reads. I read quite a bit in 2019, so I figured I’ll only pick five for each group, so it’d be five hits and five misses. Without further ado, let’s get on with it. BEST FIVE Good things must come first, so […]
Hi, Nerdies! I must be the last person in the blog-world who is still talking about her 2018 reads. But well, I am a slow reader and even a slower blogger, so please bear with me. And, Thank You. These were books I didn’t enjoy for several reasons, a chunk of them were because something […]
Here’s a summary of hits and misses and a trans-both from my January reads.
11 Books and 2 Trilogies that are from my 2018 reads, and suitable for your leisure time. This recap includes memoir, romance, mystery, and historical fiction.