Thriller Thursday | The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager

I listened to the audiobook of this back in October and absolutely loved it! I have listened to both of Sager’s book on audiobook and thoroughly enjoyed both books. I can’t wait for his next book in 2019!

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Thriller Thursday | The Anomaly by Michael Rutger

Happy Thriller Thursday, fellow readers! Today I will be reviewing what is probably the best book I read this month. This book has been on my radar since I saw it in the Book of the Month selections. I almost added it to my first box, but I’m cheap and knew I had a ton of books on my shelf. However, I had two Audible credit I needed to use by the beginning of the month, so I decided to use one of the credits for this book. I am so happy I chose to go with the audiobook for this one!

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Thriller Thursday | The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay

October has been a better reading month for me. The second book I finished this month was one of my most anticipated books this year. The Cabin at the End of the World was my first Paul Tremblay book, and I had heard from several people how scary the book was. I did a book swap for it on Instagram.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Thriller Thursday | People Like Us by Dana Mele

The first book I finished in October was People Like Us. This is a YA thriller that has been on my TBR since it came out in Febraury. It was a fun read with little payoff for me, but I still enjoyed it! I definitely recommend it for your Halloween or fall TBR if you like suspense that is not too scary!

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Thriller Thursday | A Simple Favor by Darcey Bell

September has not been kind to me. I finally finished a second book this month, and I was pleasantly surprised by it. A Simple Favor caught my attention when I saw the movie trailer back in the summer. I was expecting something completely different than what I go, but I am still satisfied with the book.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Thriller Thursday | Rule by Ellen Goodlett

I finally have a review for Thriller Thursday! I finished Rule by Ellen Goodlett a few nights ago. This is a new YA fantasy series that is marketed as Three Dark Crowns meets Pretty Little Liars. I know this is mostly a YA fantasy, but the mystery of who is leaving the messages adds a bit of a thriller element to the book as well.

I received a finished copy of this novel from Hachette Book Group in exchange for my honest review. Many thanks to them for sending me a copy of this wonderful book!

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Review | The Chrysalis by Brendan Deneen (DNF)

I am cheating with this review a bit by having it on Thriller Thursday. There is a mystery in the book, however, it is not what I would call “thrilling.” I hate that I DNF’d this one, but it did not capture my attention. I appreciate Tor Books and Netgalley for sending me an advance copy of this book for my honest review.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Review | The Broken Girls by Simone St. James

Hello, readers! After two weeks of back to school stress, I finally finished The Broken Girls. And I have to say, it did not live up to the hype for me. I do wish I had waited to read it during fall/Halloween, but I still don’t think that would have made me love the book.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Review | Bad Blood by E.A. Owen

Hello, readers! I was sent an ebook copy of Bad Blood by E.A. Owen last month. This is my first review where an author reached out to me, and I am so appreciative that the author reached out to me! I always add the disclaimer to avoid the plot synopsis for thriller books. I think the plot synopsis for this book gives away way too much of the beginning of the book, so I am encouraging you to skip it altogether.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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Review | The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

Hello, readers! I read back-to-back Ruth Ware books in July, which inevitably led to a reading slump! But I thought The Death of Mrs. Westaway was the author’s strongest book so far, followed by The Lying Game, which I also read in July.

**Disclaimer: As with all of my reviews, I do post the entire plot synopsis before my review. However, I will always recommend for Thriller Thursday reviews that you skip the plot synopsis. Thrillers are better when you go in knowing little to nothing about the plot. Happy reading!

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