Galley Of The Dead by Chris Carter

Gallery Of The Dead by Chris Carter 

Title - Gallery Of The Dead 
Author - Chris Carter
Published - Feb '18
Publisher - Simon and Schuster 
Genre - #Crime #Thriller #Mystery 
Pages - 512
Price on Amazon - Hardback £1.80 Kindle - £4.99
ISBN - 1471156346

This is the latest book in the Robert Hunter Series by Chris Carter. As Hunter and Garcia take on their worse case yet, they find themselves needing to team up with the FBI because the serial killer they are after has no boundaries because killing for him is fun, it is an art form. This could be their toughest case yet. 

I was really excited to read this book having read the rest of the series and I completely loved it. This book was no different. It was brilliantly written with a fantastic and gripping plot, amazing characters, twists and turns you didn't see coming and was all in all a fantastic read. 

For anyone looking for a really gripping book that keeps you on the edge of your seat and desperate to turn the page then this is the book for you. Well, this series is the series for you. Believe me, you will need to have the whole series ready to go as you will not want to wait for the next one I know it killed me having to wait. 

This book was really interesting, compelling and I just can't say enough good things about it. Chris Carter is in my top five favourite authors this year. 


Rating - Five out of Five Stars
Would I Read Again? -  Yes
Would I Recommend? - Yes
Would I read other books by the same author? - Yes

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Dangerous Minds by Priscilla Masters

Dangerous Minds by Priscilla Masters

Title - Dangerous Minds 
Author - Priscilla Masters 
Published - January '17
Publisher - Severn House Publishing 
Genre - #Thriller 
Pages - 224
Price on Amazon - Paperback - £12.99 Kindle - £6.02
ISBN - 1847517005

Dr Claire Roget is a Forensic Psychologist when she receives a wedding invitation from a former patient, She is more than worried. Jerome Barcley is a former patient, he is intelligent and manipulative and suffers from a serious personality disorder, but Claire has never been able to prove it. 

She believes he is dangerous and is responsible for at least three deaths if not more. The other thing is Jerome seems to know all about Claire's other patients and all about Claire and her personal life. Can she prevent another murder? Is Claire at risk herself?

This book was a bit of an odd one, I kind of enjoyed the storyline, I liked the general plot, a psychologist trying to prevent one of her patients who is a psychopath when nobody believes her. The problem I had with the story was Claire. I found her to be rather annoying, unrealistic and unlikeable character. I don't know why she just seemed to really annoy me.  

This affected the way I was pulled into the story, I found I wasn't totally hooked and just didn't find it extremely gripping. But I'm glad I read it at least once.



Rating - Three out of Five Stars
Would I Read Again? - No
Would I Recommend? - No
Would I read other books by the same author? - Yes

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Moved House

I've Moved House!!

Hi Guys, 

Sorry for my recent absence, I have recently moved house which in itself is stressful as I'm sure you all know. Everything that could go wrong did go wrong. Then we had no internet for two weeks, this has made me feel like I'm back in the dawn ages. 

Now we've moved house a lot in the past several years, like seriously we've moved six times in the past five years. But hopefully, this will be the last time for a long time. The house is starting to look really homely. Which is really nice, in our past houses we've rented and we've never been allowed to put our personal touches on the house, but with this one, we can do what we like so it actually feels like home. Plus its right next door to the in-laws which I can hear some of you going OMG no way. But I love my in-laws there amazing and way better than my own family bar my dad who is amazing.

Anyway, over the next few weeks, I will be getting into the swing of getting back into reading and getting my reviews typed up and posted.  

The best thing about this move is we now have a spare room which means, I get to have all my books back out of storage and I get my library back again *Does a little dance* Once this is set up I will, of course, post pictures for you all to see. So keep your eyes open for those and of course for my reviews. 

Hope your all well =D