Its time for another Netgalley review, this time its The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst which is out tomorrow (22nd July) The Lock In is mostly set over one day, or to be exact one consecutive period of time when a group of housemates (and one of the housemate’s date) becomes locked in the atticContinue reading “Book Review – The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst”
I read this as part of a buddy read and it is one I have wanted to read for a while. I read Of Mice and Men as part of my school studies many many years ago and I found I really enjoyed it and liked Steinbeck’s writing style so I thought I would giveContinue reading “Book Review – Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck”
This was the perfect read last week as it was lovely and sunny and hot and this book is a great summer romance.
After what seemingly was a night of passion, with the gorgeous Jamie, Tilly aka Matilda feels that she may have found The One. However when he doesn’t call she thinks otherwise. That is until a chance encounter in the library she works at, when everything changes and love may well be back on the cards.
This is another book I received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. So without further ado, let’s have a bit of a blurb: From the outside, everyone might think Fern and Rose are as close as twin sisters can be: Rose is the responsible one and Fern is the quirky one. But theContinue reading “Book Review – Good Sister by Sally Hepworth”
I read this book almost straight after the Shadow and Bone trilogy which I loved. So I was on a bit of a book high and so there was a lot riding on the next grishaverse book series, Six of Crows. This book takes us to the seedy, dark, criminal underworld of Ketterdam. We meetContinue reading “Book Review – Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo”
This is another Netgalley book I was gifted in exchange for an honest review. I was looking for something a bit more romantic and a bit more easy going to read and I came across this one. It initially grabbed me as it reminded me of the amazing song by The Fray which has theContinue reading “Book Review – How to Save a Life by Eva Carter”
This is another Netgalley arc I was given in exchange for an honest review. So here we go… The Perfect Nanny initially attracted me as it sounded like an intriguing suburban thriller which I love. There is just something so satisfying reading about rich people getting karma, their just desserts, or maybe that’s just me.Continue reading “Book Review – Perfect Nanny by Karen Clarke and Amanda Brittany”
Ahead of Kate Allen’s book tour this week to celebrate the launch of her novel, Fear of Flying I was honoured to be given a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
We made it! The final book in the Shadow and Bone trilogy. It has been such an adventure with Mal and Alina that I admit I never wanted it to end. But here we go…..