Book Review; Inhuman Resources- Pierre Lemaitre

Friends, I’m going to do things a little differently in my review today…

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Inhuman Resources – Pierre Lemaitre

Page Count 400

Publication date: Sept 2018/ Publisher Quercus Books. MacLehose Press

Synopsis:
Alain Delambre is a 57-year-old former HR executive, drained by four years of hopeless unemployment.
All he is offered are small, demoralizing jobs. He has reached his very lowest ebb, and can see no way out.
So when a major company finally invites him to an interview, Alain Delambre is ready to do anything, borrow money, shame his wife and his daughters and even participate in the ultimate recruitment test: a role-playing game that involves hostage-taking.
Alain Delambre commits body and soul in this struggle to regain his dignity.
But if he suddenly realised that the dice had been loaded against him from the start, his fury would be limitless.
And what began as a role-play game could quickly become a bloodbath.

*****

I received an eARC of Inhuman Resources via Netgalley a while ago, I requested this title based on my enjoyment of Lemaitre’s detective series – Alex/Irene/Camille. I diligently made notes throughout reading and was sure to be posting my review on time to schedule.
I didn’t.
Even now, months later, I can’t bring myself to properly discuss what I consider to be an absolute train wreck of a novel. Instead I will leave you with my bullet points, make of them what you will! Continue reading “Book Review; Inhuman Resources- Pierre Lemaitre”

Why Crime Novels Make the Worst Film Adaptations

Love the book, hate the film.

The market has been saturated with crime based television series for a long time now, from Criminal Minds to SVU. Does anyone even know how many different CSI spin offs exist today? I know I don’t. But when it comes to movies they never live up to the standards I’ve learned to expect from long running series.
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Top 3 Annoying Relationship Tropes

We all have our own preferences when it comes to tropes in fiction. Predictable plot developments are somewhat annoying for me in any genre, but I always find tropes pertaining to character relationships are the worst.

Here are three examples I just cannot abide… Continue reading “Top 3 Annoying Relationship Tropes”

Mini Review – Caraval- Stephanie Garber

Welcome to Caraval, where nothing is quite what it seems . . .

Page Count 416/ POV First person

Publication date Jan 18/ Publisher Hodder & Stoughton

Price £4.99/ Purchased From: Amazon Kindle (10/08/18)


Welcome to Caraval, where nothing is quite what it seems . . .
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The Ultimate Top 100 Book Tags

Stuck for inspiration? Check out the ULTIMATE book tag list.
Incredible effort!

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Love them or hate them book tags are a big part of the bookish community, they give us bloggers a chance to not only have yet another way to talk about our favorite books but a way to let our readers know a little more about ourselves as well as being able to tag friends and find out all their answers!

Below is a list of 100 different book tags (and I know that’s nowhere near all of them) as well as a link to an awesome example from our fellow bloggers, so if your stuck looking for an idea or just really want to do a Book Tag, find one below!

  1. The Relationshipper Book Tag – My Mundane Life
  2. Life in Books Tag – Boston Book Reader
  3. Fall Book Tag – Bionic Book Worm
  4. Book Tag Shelfie by Shelfie – Bibliobeth
  5. The Adventure book tag – Literary Weaponry
  6. Beauty…

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