Dark Fragments – a dark and intriguing read

The second book I've read this year, Dark Fragments by Rob Sinclair is an intriguing and dark read. I enjoyed the exploration into the mind of a psychopath and seeing what drove him to the edge in his internal struggle between good and evil. I felt that the pressures of his life were well-detailed and... Continue Reading →

Little Disasters – an intriguing read

Little Disasters by Sarah Vaughan is an intense and intriguing read with a multitude of questionable but believable characters and a stark moral dilemma running throughout. I love Vaughan's writing style and will definitely keep reading her books in the future, however I am not sure this one quite hit the mark for me as... Continue Reading →

Don’t Break The Chain

The Chain by Adrian McKinty is an intelligent, well-plotted novel with some seriously intense themes. Part one of this book was completely unputdownable; I raced through the first 200 pages like a madwoman and it was insane. Part two fell a bit short for me, as while it continued the story, it certainly felt less... Continue Reading →

The Handmaid’s Tale: A dystopian nightmare

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood is an excellent dystopian novel with some bleak considerations of the potential future for women and feminism. I am sure that when Atwood wrote this, and when many people read it upon initial publication they thought it was bad enough and could see many connections. However, with the recent... Continue Reading →

Blog Tour: The Whisper Man by Alex North

Blog Tour The Whisper Man Alex North 13th June 2019 Publisher: Michael Joseph Blurb: If you leave the door half open, you will hear the whispers spoken. Still devastated after the loss of his wife, Tom Kennedy and his young son, Jake move to the sleepy village of Featherbank looking for a fresh start. But... Continue Reading →

Black Summer: Watch out this summer!

Black Summer by M.W. Craven is the incredible sequel to his hugely popular The Puppet Show, published last year and more recently in paperback. This book has brought me out of my dark reading slump, which came from a myriad of personal problems, and I am very grateful for Craven's excellent writing for keeping me... Continue Reading →

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