This was another Netgalley read I was gifted in exchange for an honest review. My usual genres at the moment have been thrillers, romance or fantasy so I thought I would try something a bit different. So without further ado let’s have a bit of a blurb: Blurb When aspiring novelist Christopher Flinders drops outContinue reading “Book Review – The Editor’s Wife by Clare Chambers”
This is a trilogy which I have seen around Bookstagram for a long time. Then my amazing brother bought me the complete set for Christmas last year and so I thought it was about time to see what all the fuss is about. So, without further ado here is my review of Scythe by NeilContinue reading “Book Review – Scythe By Neal Shusterman”
I must admit I haven’t read his first novel, House in the Cerulean Sea. However I have heard so many good things about that novel and so I jumped at the chance to read and review this title through Netgalley. Needless to say I am now biting at the bit to read his previous title.Continue reading “Book Review – Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune”
Did you know that one of the traditions in Japan is to gather around the cremated remains of their dearly departed, and using chopsticks to pick up bone fragments and placing these in the urn, leaving the hyoid bone to last? This is just one of many interesting facts on this audiobook. If you areContinue reading “Book Review – From Here to Eternity (Travelling the world to find the good death) by Caitlin Doughty (Audiobook)”
To mark the recording of our next podcast episode of Speaking Literally Podcast today in which we interviewed, fantasy author, C.T Ortega here is my review of his first book in the Warfare of the Gods series, The Writer and The Throne. 📚Blurb📚 Welcome to Saggilmut, a heavenly realm that is all but serene, tornContinue reading “Book Review – The Writer and The Throne by Caleb Ortega”
I last read this book two years ago, I borrowed it from the library but last Christmas my amazing fiance, bought me the whole series so I thought it was time to reread it so I can finish the series (I only read the first two last time)
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.