Theresa W

Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (27 of 34)
Location: mi, usa
Anniversary: June 17
Birthday: Oct. 7
In My Own Words:
I live in Michigan, I'm in my early 30's, married with one toddler. I have always loved to read! Some of the authors I currently enjoy reading include Luanne Rice, Chris Bohjalian, Jodi Picoult, Jennifer Crusie, Sophie Kinsella, Dean Koontz, John Grisham, Anita Shreve, Nicholas Sparks, Sharyn McCrumb, Michael Connelly, Stephen King, Harlan Coben and most of Oprah's & the Today Show book club pic… Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 91,342 - Total Helpful Votes: 27 of 34
The Narrows by Michael Connelly
The Narrows by Michael Connelly
After reading all of the Harry Bosch series, Michael Connelly still keeps me wanting more, enjoying every minute of his books.
The Narrows is the 10th book in the Bosch series. Here, he's paired together with Rachel who worked on the original Poet case, trying to catch The Poet once and for all. The story is certainly interesting reading, with each of the main characters technically not supposed to be working the case. Plus, just the suspense and dynamic of the famous killer who got away adds to this story.
As all of the previous books, I enjoyed this one. Connelly books always fly by for me, they're hard to put down. And the character of Bosch is probably my most favorite… Read more
Crazy In Love by Luanne Rice
Crazy In Love by Luanne Rice
Let me start off by saying that I would recommend this book only to hard-core Luanne Rice readers. If you're like me and have read every one of her newer books, and enjoyed them all tremendously and you're looking for more...her earlier works are worth reading. Obviously with the knowledge in your mind that usually an author's earlier works are not as polished. Now that I have read ALL of her books, I can say I did enjoy her earlier works, although not as much as her newer.
This book is almost like an anatomy of a marriage. We see the things that can drive people crazy, the feelings they don't talk about, the things they keep inside. It's also an anatomy of a family, it's… Read more
The Poet by Michael Connelly
The Poet by Michael Connelly
5.0 out of 5 stars A Thriller, June 24 2004
Kudos for Michael Connelly! The Poet is one of his best works yet, and this from a Harry Bosch fan. If it doesn't have Harry in it, it usually doesn't have the same spark. However, The Poet definitely had a spark!
The book is about what appears to be a serial killer, murdering innocent citizens and then moving on to the homicide cop investigating the case. Throughout the whole book you don't know if it's one killer or two, why they're doing it or where they'll strike next. With the twin brother of one of the murdered cops investigating and the FBI's help, the search is on.
This story is a thriller. I find some of the reviews saying that the ending was predictable or that the… Read more