Nine Perfect Strangers: A Review

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty is a confusing book incorporating many different characters in a confined space with a word limit. Moriarty had some good plot lines within the text, and I found most of it interesting enough to continue, but somehow this book misses the gel which should bind story lines and characters... Continue Reading →

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Blog Tour: What Was Lost: A Must-Read for 2018

Blog Tour What Was Lost Jean Levy What Was Lost by Jean Levy is a gripping, mind-boggling psychological thriller which takes you on a journey through a woman's memory and consciousness as she attempts to suppress and recover details and events before everything went blank. Reminiscent of The Sinner by Petra Hammesfahr and Before I... Continue Reading →

Lush: Hilariously charming

Lush by Gabrielle Fernie is a hilarious, feel-good memoir with incredibly relateable anecdotes which will take you back to various moments of your life, or even make you consider how similar it is to your current situation. Telling her own story, Fernie does a brilliant job of making her own life the most humorous, yet... Continue Reading →

VOX: What would you say with 100 words?

VOX by Christina Dalcher is an incredible, eerily realistic depiction of modern American society. I am terrified by the ideas in this book, not least because of the Marie Claire article, published in the week that I was reading it, about stay-at-home daughters and Christian extremism in America. But this is what made it such... Continue Reading →

Blog Tour: Sleeper 13 on Friday 13th

Blog Tour Book: Sleeper 13 Author: Rob Sinclair Publisher: Orion Books Publication date: 1 March, 2018 Cover: Blurb: As a child he was smuggled to the Middle East from his London home, to be trained as one of the most elite insurgent soldiers of his generation. For years he was forced to do things no... Continue Reading →

Blog tour: The Hanging Women by John Mead

Book Spotlight Title: The Hanging Women Author: John Mead Publisher: The Book Guild Publication Date: 25 February, 2018 About the book: A historical crime thriller set in 1886 Chicago; the power house of America, a sink of corruption and vice which is haunted by riots and gangland killings.  A story of weak men and strong... Continue Reading →

Blog tour: Tubing by K.A. McKeagney

Book spotlight Title: Tubing Author: K.A. McKeagney Publisher: RedDoor Publishing Publication date: 31 May, 2018 Tubing by K.A. McKeagney is a well-plotted, intense novel focused on sexuality and society. I sped through this novel at lightning-speed to discover what was really going on and why. I thought that McKeagney did an excellent job of describing... Continue Reading →

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