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Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen M. McManus – Review

Well hello! Hope you are all having a fantastic day. Today, I'll be reviewing Two Can Keep a Secret by Karen M. McManus. This was a four star book. The two main characters were relate-able, the plot was full of slowly built-up suspense, and the ending was a huge shock to me.

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The Vanishing Year by Kate Moretti – Review

Hi guys! How are you doing today? I'm fine, in case you asked. Today's review is of The Vanishing Year by Kate Moretti. I gave this four stars because the end surprised me even though I was pretty sure I knew who villain was.

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Rough Justice by Lisa Scottoline | Camino Island by John Grisham – Mini Review

Hello darlings, how are ya'll doing today? I'm not having a migraine while trying to catch up on school and life having a great day if you're wondering 😉 I've never had a reading slump (I think) so I'm not sure if that's what I'm actually experiencing, but I'm having trouble reading books. All what I'm doing is skimming, and getting to the end because the story line seems meh. It's really boring. Maybe I've read too many thrillers/crime? I would love to know what you think and any recommendations you have for humor books/light reads. Anyway, during my reading slump that isn't a reading slump, I read a Rosato and Associates (not Rosato and DiNunzio, mind you, I love those) novel by Lisa Scottoline which grated on my nerves, honestly. I also listened to a John Grisham book, Camino Island and I also disliked that one with good reason. I don't feel like writing a whole review for each, so here you go: two mini ones.