The Woman in the Dark: a slow-burning spine tingler

The Woman in the Dark by Vanessa Savage is a chilling thriller that will leave you questioning everything you know about those closest to you. The family dynamics in this story are raw and really tear apart the fundamentals of family relationships. With a shock ending that will leave you breathless, this is an extraordinary... Continue Reading →

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The Dry by Jane Harper: great story, not the best audiobook

The Dry by Jane Harper is an Australian murder mystery told from the perspective of a detective returning to his hometown to uncover the truth behind the deaths of his friends. Riddled with secrets, twists and turns until the very end, this book is excellently plotted and written. However, I did not enjoy it as... Continue Reading →

Blog tour: Q&A with Alis Hawkins

Book spotlight None So Blind Alis Hawkins The Dome Press 15th November, 2018 None So Blind by Alis Hawkins is a stunning historical crime novel, which I have had the pleasure to read and ask Alis questions about! Hi Alis, thank you for agreeing to answer some questions about your book and writing for my... Continue Reading →

Tradition: an important narrative

Tradition by Brendan Kiely is an important narrative which should be read and taken in by teenagers everywhere. I listened to the audiobook version of this, and absolutely loved it. The characters are brilliant, taking into account all areas of concern for all young females, from teenage to adulthood. Kiely understands how to write female... Continue Reading →

Aaru: An adventurous world

Aaru by David Meredith is a unique creation which I enjoyed reading this week. The characters are well crafted and I cared about them all, who they were and what might happen to them. The story was gripping and really considered the effects of fame and 'big brother' on families and teenagers. This is not... Continue Reading →

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