Author: Tana French

Review: The Secret Place

Review: The Secret Place

September 23, 2014 Whitney Review 0 Comments

Fond of: Not only do we get one returning character, but three.  Stephen, Holly, and Frank Mackey are older and smarter than they were the last time we met.  I loved seeing their development and the stubbornness all three took on.  Like In The Woods, where a teen is the focus and inevitable culprit I […]

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Review: Broken Harbor

Review: Broken Harbor

September 22, 2014 Whitney Review 0 Comments

Can I say Wow? Is it too cliché to say Tana French has done it again?  If it is well, I really don’t care because it is true!  French has hit another ball out of the park. In the tv show Castle, the real culprit is surreptitiously brought into question and typically dismissed, only to […]

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Review: Faithful Place

Review: Faithful Place

September 4, 2014 Whitney Review 0 Comments

Fond of:   Tana French has great character development particularly Frank Mackey’s family.  From the start it was obvious that things weren’t right in the head, it was dysfunctional family on high.  Besides the fact that he is still mooning over his first love I really don’t have much to say about Frank.  He did his […]

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Review: The Likeness

Review: The Likeness

November 15, 2012 Whitney Review 0 Comments

All of Lexie’s roommates were creepy, Abby appeared to know more than she lets on almost acting like a know-it-all Donna Reed, keeping everything orderly, watching all her ps and qs.  Justin, is a squirrelly little thing, jumping at the slightest noise and willing to please.  Raphael, really fades into the background, and sometimes I […]

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Review: In The Woods

Review: In The Woods

August 30, 2011 Whitney Review 4 Comments

WARNING: DO NOT READ IN THE WOODS WHEN YOU ARE ACTUALLY IN THE WOODS! I made the foolish mistake of reading Tana French’s In The Woods while at my family’s home in upper Wisconsin, in a wooded isolated area.  I don’t want to come off as some kind of chicken because the novel wasn’t actually […]

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