Hello Every one, My name is Veronica Foley (Onsurez). Former Employee, now New Owner.
Thank you for browsing and checking out my favorites. If you can't already tell,
I am primarily into Psychological Suspense Thrillers, Mystery, and Young Adult Novels.
Although I have tried to read some General and Romance Fiction.
My heart only desires to be put at the edge of my seat.
Trapped in another realm where I fear for the character's lives.
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The Death of Mrs. Westaway
By: Ruth Ware
Truly the work of a great novelist. Dramatic, Suspenseful, Edgy, and Clever. I have not been able to pick up a book and just read for a few months - which is very unusual for me- But this book put me on edge, and I did NOT want to put it down. I am a new Fan of Ruth Ware.
by Gillian Flynn
I would never have guessed this was a debut novel. Writing like a true novelist, it was disturbingly crafty and witty. After reading this, it made me want to read it again..and honestly I will. You don't know dysfunction until you read this.
The Good Girl
by: Mary Kubica
Intriguing with a plot twist. The ending was definitely the cherry on top, and goes to show that you can never really judge a book by it's cover. You don't really know a family until disaster hits and you don't always know a person like you thought. Veronica
It Ends with Us by: Colleen Hoover
I can see why this is a NY Times Bestselling Novel. It is truly devastating, tragic, traumatic, and a bit hopeful. This was not the first book of Colleen Hoover that I have read, and it certainly won't be my last. Coming from my own experience, I had to stop reading this several times mid chapter. While having a slight panic flashback sobbing, I was constantly shaking my head at Lily. Because I remember what it felt like as well, thinking "How could I be so stupid". In the time it took me to read this book - which was in one sitting, My Husband would come into the room and ask why I was crying. Not being able to explain was hard.. what could I say? A book made me cry. I am crying because of past trauma? Although my husband was super understanding when I told him I didn't know why I was crying.. "I just was". When people say "Why won't they leave then, if they are getting abused." A person truly can not understand it, until they have been put in the same (or similar ) position themselves. And knowing that this novel is loosely based on her own Mother's story, made it all the more real. - Veronica
The Couple Next Door
by: Shari Lapena
You will want to read this in one sitting. It is relentless and heart-wrenching. This book will make you think you know the ending. But of course you don't, because who would expect that? I certainly didn't. Another well crafted unexpected debut novel.
Big Little Lies by: Liane Moriarty
Poetic Justice. That's it, my whole review just these two words...
Kidding - but seriously. Beautiful Poetic Justice being served! I was lucky enough to read this before it was published for the masses. To say this was the book that made me love multiple POVs is an understatement. After I practically devoured this title, I patiently waited for her to publish more. The suspense and storylines are fantastic. This one in particular will forever be one of my favorites by her. The fact justice was served in the beginning was just the tip of this great ice berg of a novel. By the middle I was gaping so bad, and in the end I smiled for the women who had to endure this storyline.
The Good Daughter by: Karin Slaughter
Oof.. The beginning of this was tough to read. Research TWs before reading. Honestly, It is rare to find an author that has multiple titles that I enjoyed. This book was truly devastating, some of it was unexpected and Charlie truly was the "Good Daughter".
When the Wind Blows
by: James Patterson
This book made me enjoy reading again. It was the very first James Patterson novel that I devoured, and I quickly became a huge fan. His writing style is so calming to read, and he really knows how to keep you on the edge of your seat.
The Great Gatsby
by: F. Scott Fitzgerald
I was excited when we read this novel in class. It really gave me a broadened perspective on my future, and what lies ahead. With a lot of hidden symbolism on what it meant to live "The American Dream", or to live in poverty ("The Valley of Ashes"). This novel is one of my absolute favorites.
The Maze Runner Series
by James Dashner
What if you found out you were immune to any kind of sickness in the world, even the deadliest one and woke up with no memory of your life, past or present? Would you go through all the trials to save yourself and the human race? Remember "wicked is good". Veronica
Dark Places by: Gillian Flynn
Where do I even begin? This one is a little sad.. okay A LOT sad. One of the only survivors of her family massacre. Her brother being the "murderer".. or is he? After the horrific accident, Libby gave testimony that put her brother away and spent the next 25 years profitting off her family's tragic demise. When the cash is no longer coming in, she starts to "spiral" because getting things free was all she knew. Until a group contacts her about her family's murder, and confronts her about her Brother actually being innocent. With lots of twists and turns, this book is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Gillian Flynn is brilliant when it comes to writing. I have devoured every book that she has written.
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