nocturnal readers box july

It’s been another amazing month for the Nocturnal Readers Box! This months theme was ‘The Feast’ and it certainly lived up the name.

The Nocturnal Readers box is a Monthly subscription box for fans of speculative fiction, it features one new release and one previously released book and a bunch of bookish goodies relating to the theme of that month.

nocturnal readers box july

The print this month was this artwork entitled “The Night of the Vampire” by Michael Broom, It gets scarier the longer you look at it I swear 😳

nocturnal readers box july

This month’s previous release was Bleed by Ed Kurtz and sounds really intriguing, I also really love the cover, it’s another book to add to my black and red editions.

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This months release is Come to Dust by Bracken MacLeod, and mine was signed! 😍

nocturnal readers box july

A Silence Of The Lambs mini wine glass! I love the quote they chose

nocturnal readers box july

A NOS4A2 license plate! I’ll definitely be using this as a decoration this Christmas

nocturnal readers box july

Delightfully creepy bookmarks

nocturnal readers box july

Pin inspired by Nick Cutter’s The Troop, I haven’t read this yet but the pin has me intrigued

nocturnal readers box july

A Jaws keyring that is also a bottle-opener! The best combination cool but useful merch

I really enjoyed this months box, which is no surprise as Jessia and Vincent always place such care in choosing seriously awesome items for us every month!

The theme for August is ‘Infested and Infected’, there are going to be three books this month and it’s going to be the most valuable box they’ve had! There are still boxes left so if you are as into zombies and horror themed goodies as I am you should do yourself a favour and pick one up!

 

*I purchase this box myself and all opinions are my own*

 

 

weave a murderous web

Genre: Thriller
Page Count: 216  pages

Jane Larson—a hot-shot litigator for a large firm in New York City—helps out a friend, and is sucked into the unfamiliar world of divorce and child support.  Soon Jane makes certain discoveries about a deadbeat dad’s hidden assets which unravels a web of lies, drugs, and murder that keeps getting more dangerous. 

Weave a Murderous Web is the first book I’ve read by authors Anne Rothman-Hicks and Ken Hicks, and I must say I was very impressed, the book draws you in with plenty of twists, turns and great dialogue.

What stood out for me personally is the character of the protagonist of the book, Jane. She is wonderfully witty, and I related to her sarcasm and cynical nature. Her character reminded me of Stephine Plum from Janet Evanovich’s novels, which is perfect as I have been looking for a series with a strong female protagonist to replace the Plum novels and believe I have found that in the Jane Larson Novels!

The characters in the book seemingly all have something to hide which gives leaves you feeling paranoid throughout the story and keeps you on edge right until the end of the novel!

I’ll leave the Doctor to emphasize how I felt at the end of this book…

Though the book is part of a series, you don’t need to read the others to understand what’s going on, the book definitely can stand alone.

I recommend this book is great for anyone that enjoys a fast past thriller with a strong female lead!

RATING:

★★★★☆

 

 

*I received this book in exchange for an honest review, all opinions are my own*