2023 Reading Challenge

2023 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 5 books toward her goal of 265 books.
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Book Review: What Lies in the Woods by Kate Alice Marshall

About the Book

Naomi Shaw used to believe in magic. Twenty-two years ago, she and her two best friends, Cassidy and Olivia, spent the summer roaming the woods, imagining a world of ceremony and wonder. They called it the Goddess Game. The summer ended suddenly when Naomi was attacked. Miraculously, she survived her seventeen stab wounds and lived to identify the man who had hurt her. The girls’ testimony put away a serial killer, wanted for murdering six women. They were heroes. Continue reading Book Review: What Lies in the Woods by Kate Alice Marshall

Book Review: Vinyl Resting Place by Olivia Blacke

About the Book

When Juni Jessup and her sisters Tansy and Maggie put all their beans in one basket to open Sip & Spin Records, a record-slash-coffee shop in Cedar River, Texas, they knew there could be some scratches on the track, but no one was expecting to find a body deader than disco in the supply closet. Continue reading Book Review: Vinyl Resting Place by Olivia Blacke

Book Review: The Drift by C.J. Tudor

About the Book

Hannah awakens to carnage, all mangled metal and shattered glass. Evacuated from a secluded boarding school during a snowstorm, her coach careered off the road, trapping her with a handful of survivors. They’ll need to work together to escape—with their sanity and secrets intact. Continue reading Book Review: The Drift by C.J. Tudor

Book Review: The Whispers by Heidi Perks

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Anna loves Girls’ Night with her friends. With the kids safely in bed, it’s a chance for the women to let loose, enjoy some wine, and just laugh. But after one lively evening, Anna doesn’t arrive for school drop-off the next morning—or the next, or the next. Continue reading Book Review: The Whispers by Heidi Perks

Book Review: The Cabinet of Dr. Leng by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

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AN INCREDIBLE JOURNEY

Astoundingly, Constance has found a way back to the place of her origins, New York City in the late 1800s, leaping at the chance, although it means leaving the present forever. Continue reading Book Review: The Cabinet of Dr. Leng by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child