WWW Wednesdays #286 – September 23rd

WWW WEDNESDAYS is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World Of Words and is all about answering the three questions below.


I’m currently reading Confessions On The 7:45 by Lisa Unger for the October blog tour… Afterwards I’ll finally be taking a break from ARCs and I’m starting A Boy And His Dog At The End Of The World by C.A. Fletcher to celebrate. I’m so excited to finally read this one!


1. Flowers For The Dead by Barbara Copperthwaite (4/5 stars) REVIEW
I’ve read and enjoyed various of Barbara Copperthwaite‘s psychological thrillers in the past, but somehow this earlier title had slipped between the cracks of mount TBR until now. Thanks to Bookouture republishing Flowers For The Dead and putting it on my radar again, I’ve now finally had the chance to meet Adam! And boy, he must be one of the most interesting serial killers I’ve gotten the chance to meet to this date, and probably the first that won over my heart and I felt really sorry for. Wait, feeling sorry for a serial killer?! Trust me, once you read Flowers For The Dead and get to know Adam, you will know exactly what I’m talking about.

2. A Song Of Isolation by Michael J. Malone (4,5/5 stars) BLOG TOUR REVIEW 
I’ve been meaning to try Michael J. Malone’s psychological thrillers for quite some time now, and especially since as far as I can remember I’ve only seen positive reviews so far. I figured that joining the blog tour for his newest title A Song Of Isolation would be both the perfect way to ensure I finally tried his work and also the little push I needed to pick up the backlist titles I have waiting on my kindle as well… And now that I have finally sampled his writing, I am most definitely hungry for more. Atmospheric, compelling, powerful, moving, brutal, emotional… A Song Of Isolation will claw its way into your head and heart and it is a story that will stay with me for a long time.

3. Heart Bones by Colleen Hoover (5/5 stars) REVIEW 29/09
Colleen Hoover titles can go both ways for me, but I’ve enjoyed her recent titles without fail so I have been highly anticipating her newest story Heart Bones. Both the blurb and the first reviews sounded fantastic, so I had high hopes it would be a good one for me as well… And the CoHo magic struck again, because I absolutely loved this story. Heart Bones will mess with your heart and feelings, but the journey is oh so worth it. A new CoHo favorite to add to the list!

4. The Coast-To-Coast Murders by James Patterson & J.D. Barker (4/5 stars) REVIEW 25/09
I received an invitation to read this title a few months back, and as I’ve loved J.D. Barker‘s books so far there was just no way I could resist this one. And I definitely had a great time reading The Coast-To-Coast Murders! This is part action thriller, part crime thriller and part multi-state serial killer hunt, all doused with a psychology angle, lots of violence and a huge pile of plot twists. And I have to say that I most definitely didn’t see that ending coming! The plot might be a bit over the top in points, but it has a very high entertainment factor if you are willing to overlook that.


I’ll most likely pick up Dead Wrong by Noelle Holten next in preparation for the publication of book three next month… I’ve been looking forward to continue this series! Afterwards, I’m going back to my backlist titles and I’ll take a little break from thrillers with The Beekeeper Of Aleppo by Christy LefteriHow To Stop Time by Matt Haig and A Heart So Fierce And Broken by Brigid Kemmerer.


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27 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays #286 – September 23rd

  1. I’m glad you enjoyed Heart Bones! I really do love all CoHo books. I’m curious what you think of a heart so fierce and broken, I LOVED the first one and was a bit bored with the second… but I will still definitely finish the series.

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    • Some of her previous books were a miss for me, but I’ve enjoyed her more recent books without fail! Heart Bones is another fantastic one. And you’ve made me a bit worried about A Heart So Fierce And Broken now… I enjoyed the first one, so we’ll see how I’ll react to the sequel then. xD

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  2. I’m so happy to see that Heart Bones was a winner for you. There are so many mixed reviews for this one so I need all the encouragement I can get before I purposely break my heart. Her books really pull at those heart strings 🙂 Happy reading! Here’s my WWW Wednesday


  3. Oh, I see Heart Bones and A Heart So Fierce And Broken. Both books are on my reading list. I hope you enjoy all your current and next reads, happy reading!


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