“The Woman in Cabin 10”- Book Review

Unreliable narrator Meet Lo Blacklock, London based travel journalist who is our narrator of, "The Woman in Cabin 10," by Ruth Ware. Within the first couple of pages, Lo experiences a traumatic event that will haunt her for the rest of the book. The event acts as a catalyst in changing Lo's mental outlook and…

“The Art of Racing In the Rain” Review

Wow "Racers are often called selfish and egotistical. I myself have called race car drivers selfish; I was wrong. To be a champion, you must have no ego at all. You must not exist as  a separate entity. You must give yourself over to the race." As said by Enzo, a dog who has the…

“The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins- Review

Wow oh wow, what can I say? This book was entertaining, face paced and left me questioning my fair judgement when it comes to evaluating characters.  I am amazed that this is Paula Hawkins first novel, it honestly does not read like one. I decided not to see the movie first because you know the…