Follow Friday #30 – Highlight October 2017

Friday, November 03, 2017
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This week the FF is all about our book highlight for October. I have two highlights I want to share with you. 

If you want to know which one I chose, keep reading *smile*

My first choice is The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter. A fantastic thriller with an incredible plot and psychological finesse I haven´t seen in quite some time. The past has left her mark on a family, destroyed almost everything they had and yet it isn´t enough.


I suggest you read the novella Last Breath first. Gives you a rounder picture and a totally different view for the plot in the main thriller. Click the book titles and you can read my reviews.


The second book I picked is a novel called Twisted Palace by Erin Watt. Because of its haunting story, I would like to call it a thriller as well. Ella has to fight a fight against time, to get used to a new person in her life and her days at school aren´t a piece of cake as well. And it is, at least in my opinion, the best The Royals book, so far.


My review is coming up shortly. So stay tuned *smile*

What was your reading highlight during October?

Happy reading

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Happy reading Vi@Inkvotary

I am Vi, forty-something, avid reader, blogger and painter who loves to talk and write about books. A day without one in my hands is a wasted one. Skilled florist with a degree in writing - oh yes, that works.


  1. I'm hoping to read The Good Daughter this month. Glad to see you loved it so much!

    1. I am looking forward to your review, if you will write one. If you can, read "Last Breath" first. Thanks for stopping by, Trish!


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