Book Club: The Girl In The Ice
I don't like to watch "scary" movies and I am not really into watching thrillers either BUT I'll read a book with the quickness.
I enjoy reading; it's my thing. I probably download 2 books to my Kindle every week. They don't always get read immediately but I don't like not having books on reserve when I finish reading a book. I don't want to go searching for a book; I just want to start reading.
Last month I decided to read The Girl In The Ice x Robert Bryndza (the audio version) because I wanted something interesting and mysterious to read.
The Girl in the Ice is freaking CRAZY but in a good way. I think I rolled my eyes, laughed, and called people names several times in my head while reading this book. I was like "Are you serious? This is too much for life." When I react this way, this means that the book is damn good and I definitely recommend it to anyone interested in a murder mystery.
Now let me explain how my brain works. I am very visual and though I know how to multi-task I don't like doing it very much. I say this because I had to listen to the first chapter twice just to understand what was going on, but after the second listen I was on track and could not put this book down.
Without giving too much away, The Girl In The Ice is a crime thriller about a young woman who was murdered. However, who murdered her is the mystery and when you find out what the murderer is planning next (prior to him being caught) you'll be so over him and his shenanigans.
I absolutely loved The Girl In The Ice, and I recommend it to anyone looking for a good chilling in the tub, self care session, winter reading extravaganza.