The Dark Past Character Trope- Exploration with The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley

You know that character trope- brooding and unfriendly, a haunting dark past, doesn’t want to be liked, but is still the protagonist of the story? Yes, I’m sure you’re all hiking down the memory lane right now. Today, I want to explore that archetype using the example of The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley. Be … More The Dark Past Character Trope- Exploration with The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley

Adolescent Angst aka Radio Silence by Alice Oseman (Spoiler-Free Review)

Frances Janvier is caught between her study machine, Cambridge-aspiring avatar and the goofy, loud fashionista with a penchant for obscure YouTube podcasts and fanart that she is in the privacy of her bedroom. Aled Last, whose sister had been her best friend until her sudden disappearance, she discovers, is also straddling 2 worlds. Will this … More Adolescent Angst aka Radio Silence by Alice Oseman (Spoiler-Free Review)

Hostile Witness by Rebecca Forster (Ridiculously Long, Spoiler-filled Rant)

(from last post)……the PLOT MADE NO SENSE! And this is why. Here on out, it’s going to be spoilers galore and you’ve been warned! Question #1 What was the probable cause for Hannah’s arrest? So, the story goes that this big-name supreme justice guy (named Fritz of all things), dies in a fire at his … More Hostile Witness by Rebecca Forster (Ridiculously Long, Spoiler-filled Rant)

Hostile Witness by Rebecca Forster (Non-Spoiler Review)

Josie Bates is a disgraced criminal attorney doing the ostrich in Hermosa Beach when she’s hit up by her old college roommate. This roommate (Linda), who’s breathtakingly pretty, gave birth to a daughter who’s breathtakingly pretty (Hannah) and who’s been arrested for the murder of her grandfather, and is therefore, understandably, breathtakingly distraught. Josie allows … More Hostile Witness by Rebecca Forster (Non-Spoiler Review)