In The Sheets Review - Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

In The Sheets Review - Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

I picked up Eleanor Oliphant as soon as it was released and read it in one sitting, but am just now getting around to actually reviewing it. I initially thought the concept sounded lovely needed a book with a cat on the cover for a reading challenge. Win win.

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In The Sheets Review - Vicious by V.E. Schwab

In The Sheets Review - Vicious by V.E. Schwab

I first came across Vicious many moons ago when it was still a new book. I picked up a copy because it sounded interesting, it then sat around collecting dust. I didn't love the cover and was skeptical about a superhero story that wasn't a comic book. Essentially, I'm a dumbass. 

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In The Sheets Review - How to Stop Time by Matt Haig

In The Sheets Review - How to Stop Time by Matt Haig

I first discovered Matt's books several years ago when I happened upon The Humans at my local book store. It sounded fun and  there was a dog on the cover, so I was really left with no choice but to buy it. By the time I'd closed the book it'd easily become my new all-time favourite and I was determined to hunt down and read everything he'd ever written. I mean like, within reason. Nothing weird.

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In The Sheets Review - The Fallen (The Darkest Hand #2) by Tarn Richardson*

In The Sheets Review - The Fallen (The Darkest Hand #2) by Tarn Richardson*

While the first book was phenomenal, it mainly serves as an introduction to the series and characters. There's a lot of development and flashbacks, which in no way takes away from the story. You can read my full review of The Damned here, I loved every single minute  of it.

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In The Sheets Review - The Word is Murder by Anthony Horowitz

In The Sheets Review - The Word is Murder by Anthony Horowitz

The Word is Murder is the first book in a new murder mystery series staring Anthony Horowitz as himself alongside Detective Hawthorne who has tasked "Tony" with writing a true crime detective series about his case. 

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In The Sheets Book Review - The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland

In The Sheets Book Review - The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland

Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland have created an awesome world with a believable and historically researched, scientific explanation for how and why magic and time travel both existed and no longer exist, but still exist. It's honestly just super fun, this is the most fun I've had reading a book in a long time.

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In The Sheets Book Review - One of Us Will Be Dead by Morning by David Moody*

In The Sheets Book Review - One of Us Will Be Dead by Morning by David Moody*

As a huge fan of the original Hater trilogy, I was beyond excited when David announced he was writing three new books that took place in the same universe, albeit from another perspective. I've been anticipating this book ever since and can now say with complete certainly, I was not let down or disappointed. It fully lived up to my expectations and has made me nostalgic for the original trilogy, which I plan to start re-reading again shortly.

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In The Sheets Book Review - The Damned by Tarn Richardson*

In The Sheets Book Review - The Damned by Tarn Richardson*

I'll admit going into this book that I was a bit skeptical it could live up to everything it claimed to be, "horror meets fantasy meets historical fiction". That's never easy to pull off. In reality, it far exceeded every one of my expectations. Throughout the course of the book you can really feel the passion that went into it and tell that it's more than just an awesome book about werewolves, it meant something to the person writing it. Though it's also definitely an awesome book about werewolves!
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