LACUNA – Fiona Synckers

J.M. Coetzee published Disgrace in 1999, receiving his second Booker Award for the novel set in post-apartheid South Africa. The already-celebrated author received even more kudos for this harsh and violent take on the role whites had in South Africa and what was the price to be paid for apartheid.  In Disgrace, the price isContinue reading “LACUNA – Fiona Synckers”

THE WIVES – Tarryn Fisher

“We’re all fucked up, every single one of us, I think.” Warning: This post will contain spoilers.  Confession:  While I enjoy a good psychological thriller once in a blue moon (there’s a reason I read this in October!), it’s not a genre that really floats my boat.  And I typically hate unreliable narrators. Bonus Confession:Continue reading “THE WIVES – Tarryn Fisher”

Verity – Colleen Hoover

I have never read a Colleen Hoover novel until now.  I follow her on social media because she is a freakin’ riot and because I have a slight friend crush combined with a wee touch of jealousy.  I know of her books, and her break your heart only to put it back again love stories. Continue reading “Verity – Colleen Hoover”