2022 Reading Challenge

2022 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 5 books toward her goal of 260 books.

Book Review Blurb: I Don’t Forgive You by Aggie Blum-Thompson

This was a very easy and quick read and very entertaining. Although I must say, after reading several of these domestic thrillers, that I find it fascinating that everyone loves to imagine that there’s such a seamy underbelly to suburbia! Thompson has written an exceptionally dishy enjoyable read full of secrets, lies, and red herrings […]

Audio Book Review: Relatively Normal Secrets by C.W. Allen

Every now and again I really like a middle grade book for variety. In my opinion, this category of fiction requires a different type of storytelling talent because the books can’t rely on the “when all else fails throw in sex and violence” tropes of “adult” writing. The stories need to move at a tighter […]

Book Review: Don’t Get Close by Matt Miksa

“An infamous reincarnation cult resurfaces in the wake of a deadly bombing, and it’s up to an FBI novice to learn its true aim—and uncover its dark past before it consumes her.” That’s the teaser, and it’s what immediately drew me in. Cults AND hypnosis AND reincarnation AND cold case solving? Sign me up! I […]

Book Review: The First to Lie by Hank Phillippi Ryan

I am definitely in the minority on this one, but I just could not find my way into the story. Too many characters telling too many stories that overlap and are true but then aren’t and then are again. Instead of finding it intriguing like so many other readers, I just got annoyed.


Book Review: Doorway to Murder by Carol Pouliot

I’m a fan of mysteries. I’m a fan of historical fiction. And I’m a fan of time-travel. All three elements are present here, and the result should have been a huge hit with me, but somehow it just wasn’t…