Review: Vox

By: Christina Dalcher

5/5 Stars



This book explores a world that feels so terrifyingly real. Women are taken out of work with no access to books, writing, and are only given 100 words a day to speak. If the word counted on their wrists exceed those 100 words consequences will soon follows. We follow the main character Jean who was a neurolinguist before this movement took place, and I instantly fell in love with her character. We follow the emotional and moral dilemmas she faces and you cannot help but want things to work in her favor. Jean was a woman with no voice when the book began but she soon showed that she didn’t need her voice fuck shit up and take names. This was such an amazing read, and if you enjoy novels that cause your blood to boil this is for you.

Until next time, until the next book.

xX Jimalion


Review: Evo

By: Diane May

3.5/5 Stars



What is it? Who is it? A murderer who leaves no trace of who he is, not touching his victims but by hypnotizing them and bringing them to their untimely deaths.

Livio Marchiori and all involved in these strings of murders are just as confused as you will be when reading this thriller. How do you catch someone/something that you cannot see? Where do you start when you have no clear motive? With a serious threat on essentially the entire world, time is running out. Will Livio find the hypnotist before the clock runs out???

This debut novel had such an interesting plot. There were moments where I literally screamed at the screen. Turning the page having to know what happened. Enjoyed this novel by Diane May…cannot wait to see what she gives us in the future.

Until next time, until the next book.

xX Jimalion