Camp Slaughter by Sergio Gomez- Book Review

I don’t usually read horror that often but I found this book on Kindle Unlimited and whoa! It’s a slasher horror book but oh so good. It kept me hooked on every page. It gave me so many emotions, especially hope even though we know how all horror stories end. It was fast paced, we’ll written and I couldn’t put it down. I would give this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫.

Synopsis:
It’s a local legend. No one is sure if this “Camp Slaughter” place is real or not. But a group of college kids renting out a cabin deep in the woods of Pennsylvania will soon realize the truth. They’ll realize the danger, too. Or rather, the cannibal out in the woods will bring the danger to them…

Classics

What’s you favorite classic book?

I have many classic books that I want to read this year. I honestly hate to admit that I haven’t read them yet. I’m trying to add more classics to my tbr list because I honestly enjoy them and I feel like I always get something great from reading them.

My TBR Classics this year:

Little Women, War and Peace, Sense and Sensibility and Call of the Wild

Book Log

I love keeping my track of reading books and I love this Harry Potter book log to help. My love for books and Harry Potter come together in one.

Ain’t this the truth! 💯
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Finally Bought It!

I finally bought myself a book cart! I have been wanting one for so long but couldn’t decide and then I found one on Amazon that wasn’t extremely expensive and I liked the look of it so I figured it was time. I love it! I can’t believe it took me this long to buy one for myself.

Top Shelf: A few of my favorites

Middle Shelf: My Harry Potter books with the Junipter book covers

Bottom Shelf: My tbr books

Don’t Look Down by Hilary Davidson- Book Review

This was an enjoyable suspence/thriller read and also very fast paced. This is the second book in the Shadows of New York series. I was given the ARC for this book by the author to read and review. Although I haven’t read the first book in the series, I felt this book was still very easy to get into without missing too much from the previous book. I really enjoyed the characters, especially Sheryn Sterling and Rafael Mendoza who are the two main cops. I felt like their friendship/work relationship was relatable and had a wittiness about it that showed through. I also enjoyed the twist in the story that held my attention and continued to have me guessing. I would give this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 but more if I had read the previous book so I knew more details about the characters and what they had been through.

Synopsis:

Jo Greaver is a model of success. Young and ambitious, she’s built a thriving beauty business from nothing. But she has secrets she’ll do anything to keep buried. When her blackmailer offers to meet, Jo expects to pay him off—but gets a bullet instead. Bleeding and in shock, Jo flees with no one to turn to.

When NYPD detective Sheryn Sterling and her partner, Rafael Mendoza, find Andray Baxter murdered in his own home—shot through the heart—everything points to Jo as the killer. Her blood is at the scene, and so are disturbing photos of her taken as a young teen. But Sheryn has doubts. Was the kindhearted Andray really a criminal? Why did he repeatedly report finding spyware in his apartment? Was there something shady about Jo’s sister dying a year earlier?

Something’s not right, and it’s up to Sheryn to piece together the sinister puzzle, no matter the cost.