I had read a synopsis of this book, but I was not prepared for it.
I am just feeling these Hulu original pieces recently! New Year, New You is a part of a series of movies from Blumhouse that are all holiday based. This one is (obviously) about the new year!
I read and adored Light as a Feather by Zoe Aarsen. I thought it was an incredibly fun take on a children’s game-turned-horror-story. It was a bit silly, in a dark way, and I really enjoyed it. And I bought it because I saw that it was a Hulu series.
I’m not going to lie to you, Fangirls; I bought this book because it says that it’s a Hulu series in the cover, and I want to watch this horror unfold after reading it. Also, the name is that of a game that I never played, but am highly aware of (as many children of the 90’s are).
I received Sadie in my first Unplugged box, and I thought it was just a regular book that would be fun to read. It was instead, and incredibly stressful and powerful book, that I got a book hangover from. Reading Sadie was exhausting; not because it was poorly written, but because of the subject matter.
I got this ARC in the mail the other day, and couldn’t be more excited. It came in a lovely pink envelope, and had an invitation to readers, inviting them to this book of mayhem and mystery. After having read the synopsis, I knew I was going to like this book.
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As with other books in the Merciless series, this bad boy has lots of violence and torture, and has some Book II spoilers. So get cozy, Fangirls, we’re in for a wild ride.
This review contains some dark themes, so please don’t read on if you are triggered by depressive and suicidal references.