Category: Beach Reading Reviews

The Tower by Simon Toyne 0

The Tower by Simon Toyne

The final installment in the Sanctus trilogy, The Tower (Sanctus and The Key being the other two) brings the trilogy to an unsatisfying end. After keeping pace with the exploits of Liv and Gabriel,...

The Key by Simon Toyne 0

The Key by Simon Toyne

Simon Toyne began the Sanctus trilogy to great fanfare from fans of thrillers. The Key is the second novel in the trilogy, and stands rather well on its own – you don’t necessarily have...

{FC} The Circle of Thirteen by William Petrocelli 0

{FC} The Circle of Thirteen by William Petrocelli

If you’ve been searching for an up and coming author of thrillers to supplement your Dan Brown, Simon Toyne, and James Patterson fixes – look no further. William Petrocelli has announced his candidacy with...

The Lemon Orchard by Luanne Rice 0

The Lemon Orchard by Luanne Rice

I’m always open to trying new things, even reading books of a genre that I don’t normally read. The Lemon Orchard by Luanne Rice is in the romance genre, which isn’t typically a genre...

Inferno by Dan Brown 0

Inferno by Dan Brown

There seems to be no end to things that Dan Brown will mutilate in his highly successful and profitable endeavors. You buy one of his books for money and in exchange, receive a couple...

Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things by Steketee and Frost 0

Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things by Steketee and Frost

Normally, I don’t read psychological-based nonfiction, but I couldn’t pass up reading this book. I found some of the stories included within the pages to be rather sad, almost exactly like the television show...

Sanctus by Simon Toyne 3

Sanctus by Simon Toyne

If you’ve been missing Dan Brown’s thrillers and want something written in nearly the exact same method, with extremely short chapters, then Sanctus fits the bill! Pseudo-religious, with a surprise twist ending you don’t...