Tag Archives: psychological thriller

The Girl on the Train

Book vs. Movie     Those who have read the book first will be slightly thrown off when watching the movie.  The reason is because in this case, there are quite a few differences, even though they are minor or not … Continue reading

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Gone Girl

Book vs. Movie     Ok, I watched the movie first and I was like, “What????”   I already knew the main twist to the story, so that wasn’t the surprise.  Actually, I thought the spoiler aspect would be at the … Continue reading

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Forty Acres

Movel of the Month I always had a fascination with stories where the tables are turned.  In this instance, it has to do with slavery but with black people as the masters in command.  The idea is brilliant, yet still … Continue reading

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The Guardians

Movel of the Month A group of teenage boys growing up in small town Grimshaw, get in over their heads when one of them witnesses their hockey coach drag their music teacher to the abandoned house just across the street … Continue reading

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BoneMan’s Daughters

Movel of the month If you want to read a psychological thriller, this one would suffice.  It could also be considered a novel in the Horror genre.  Not only are there disturbing moments but there is also a very twisted … Continue reading

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Think of a Number

Movel of the Month Go ahead.  Pick a number and I will be able to tell you which one you chose.  Don’t believe me?  Just read this book and you will see what I mean.  Retired NYPD, Dave Gurney, has … Continue reading

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London Bridges

Movel of the Month Alex Cross is at it again.  This book is not the most recent one in the series (in fact, it is the tenth) but when I decided to read it, I understood what was happening in … Continue reading

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