Ready Player Two By Ernest Cline

Parcival and co are back! This time they are on a quest to seek down the 7 shards of the Siren. But unlike the first quest they don’t know what the end reward is. I loved Ready Player One so I couldn’t wait for the sequel and I wasn’t disappointed.

Happy publication day!!

Just a quick post to say Happy Publication day to Going Green by Nick Spalding and A Mistake Incomplete by Lorenzo Petruzziello. These are both great reads and I highly recommend them. Check out my reviews of both of these in the reviews section. These are both available on Amazon and would make great ChristmasContinue reading “Happy publication day!!”

Book Review – A Mistake Incomplete by Lorenzo Petruzziello

What do you do when your career has consisted of being an escort and a thief and then you wake up and realise you may be too old for it? This is the conundrum faced by Stef as one failed job makes him rethink his entire life.

Book Review – Sorcerer’s Touch By Imogene Nix

I was very excited to the get the ARC of this. Having read the first two in the trilogy, Blood Secrets, I was intrigued to find out how their story ended. By this point I was very much emotionally involved with Hope, Xavier, Celina, Javed, Daniel and Cressida’s lives so the stakes (every pun intendedContinue reading “Book Review – Sorcerer’s Touch By Imogene Nix”

Book Review – Going Green by Nick Spalding

Have you ever felt like you have had to go above and beyond to show your worth in a company? Have you ever been so concerned you may lose your job that you will do anything to keep it? This is exactly what Ellie Cooke felt and boy did she go above and beyond toContinue reading “Book Review – Going Green by Nick Spalding”

Can reading ever be bad for you? Lockdown, books and mental health.

Here in England we are currently in the middle of lockdown number 2. This means more time inside the house as the days are getting colder and wetter (in true British style) This means the idea of exercising outside isn’t as appealing as it once was in the summer months. This is the time whenContinue reading “Can reading ever be bad for you? Lockdown, books and mental health.”