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BOOK REVIEW – American Psycho by Brett Easton Ellis

Title: American Psycho Author: Brett Easton Ellis Publiation Date: 1991 Genre: Transgressive fiction, postmodern, horror, black comedy "Patrick Bateman is twenty-six and he works on Wall Street, he is handsome, sophisticated, charming and intelligent. He is also a psychopath. Taking us to head-on collision with America's greatest dream—and its worst nightmare—American Psycho is bleak, bitter, black comedy about a… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – American Psycho by Brett Easton Ellis

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BOOK REVIEW – Dead Ringer

Title: Dead Ringer Author: Nicola Martin Published: February 2020 Genre: Thriller Rating: 4/5 “Get ready to meet the other you. Just upload your photo to get started. Using the latest facial recognition software, plus your votes. MeetYourDouble will find you doppelganger. Start now.” Is there someone in the world that looks like you? What would… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – Dead Ringer

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Evermore, Alyson Noel – Book Review

Title: Evermore Author: Alyson Noel Published: February 2009 Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Rating: 2/5 Ever is a 17-year-old high school student left with the ability to hear peoples’ thoughts and see the dead after a tragic car accident. More of an outcast at her school, she cannot help but start to fall for the… Continue reading Evermore, Alyson Noel – Book Review

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Sharp Objects – Book Review

Title:  Sharp Objects Author: Gillian Flynn Published: September 2006 Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Fiction Rating: 5/5 Stars “Sometimes if you let people do things to you, you're really doing it to them.” Camille Preaker returns to her hometown as a journalist covering the murder of one young girl and the disappearance of a second. She finds… Continue reading Sharp Objects – Book Review

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The Island Book Review

Title: The Island Author: M A Bennett Published: July 2018 Genre: Young Adult, Fiction, Thriller, Contemporary Rating: 3/5 stars 'People that are bullied aren't necessarily nice people, just because they're victims.' When you finish this book, you will realise how much of a ridiculous plot this is, a little (a lot) unbelievable. However, I still found… Continue reading The Island Book Review