Disclosure: This book was provided to me by Edelweiss free of charge in return for an honest and unbiased review. This book is scheduled to be released on December 11, 2018 by Margaret K. McElderry Books.
I have a confession to make. I am a complete sucker for shows like “Pretty Little Liars” and “Harper’s Island”. You know, the genre of show where I can yell, “Bitch, try locking your door!” and for one hour feel slightly superior that I would survive the wrath of a maniacal killer on a (twinkie induced, maybe?) rampage. Let’s be real, though. If I were in a similar situation, I would totally die. I mean, I’m the comic relief. I’d be the second person bumped off – hell, FIRST if all my Asian friends decided to stay home that evening. Plus, I can’t even really run and power-walking away from a killer just isn’t going to get you very far even if it does prevent me from contracting a debilitating case of the tripsies. That being said, I just can’t say no to a cheesy, teenybopper revenge thriller.
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I have not been reading very many new releases lately. I took one look at my bookshelves and realized that they had become a crowded, doubled-up nightmare and I decided to focus my attentions on the books that have been sitting in to-read limbo on my Goodreads since 2007. So here it is! The books that are no longer relevant and don’t warrant full, dedicated reviews with my thoughts on each nicely summed up in a single sentence.
“Star Wars: Into the Void” by Tim Lebbon
I can’t help but feel as if the Star Wars franchise has one story to tell and that they just keep retelling that one story over and over again.
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Tina’s mother was murdered and she knows exactly who pulled the trigger – Mr. Greyhill, her mother’s employer and father to Tina’s half-sister Kiki. Since that tragic day, Tina a.k.a. Tiny Girl has been running the streets of Sangui City with a solitary goal – revenge. By stealing for the local gang, The Goondas, she is able to scrape by and bide her time. When a job opportunity takes her back to the scene of the crime, Tina is determined to finally exact her revenge on Mr. Greyhill. There she is reunited with Michael, her childhood friend and Mr. Greyhill’s son. With the help of Michael, Tina searches for the truth behind her mother’s murder and but she also begins to question whether or not she has her sights on the true killer.
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