The Rules of Seeing: fall in love with a book

The Rules of Seeing by Joe Heap is a beautifully told romantic, mature coming-of-age story with a touch of darkness and thrill. I was helplessly swept away by this novel, finishing it in less than 24 hours, needing to know how Nova and Kate were going to end up and how they would fight through... Continue Reading →

The House on Half Moon Street

... It's got such a long title, I decided that would be the name of the review! The House on Half Moon Street by Alex Reeve is an interesting, dark and modern Gothic tale set in the Victorian era, which sounds highly contradictory. It is modern in one glaring way: the main character is transgender.... Continue Reading →

Have you ever played two truths and a lie?

Intense! Gripping! Dramatic! Eerie! Thrilling! Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager is an insanely incredible book which I have absolutely adored reading. With a Pretty Little Liars (TV show) tone mingled with the eeriness of campfire ghost stories, this is genuinely one of my favourite books of all time! Keeping you guessing until the... Continue Reading →

Snap by Belinda Bauer: A review

Snap by Belinda Bauer is truly a great work of crime fiction. The use and interweaving of the multiple narratives to create a great cold murder case was ingenious. I feel that there are not many people who could weave a story like this into fruition without creating some plot holes along the way, but... Continue Reading →

Author Spotlight: Kate Brian

Okay, so reviews of books I have read recently aside, I have read some fantastic series over the years from YA and adult authors. This new section of my blog is going to look at those series from those authors as a whole and give an overview of why I think that the series deserves... Continue Reading →

Juniper Jupiter: A Great Children’s Superhero

By Lizzy Stewart Lincoln Children’s Books ISBN: 9781786030238 Cost: £11.99 Juniper Jupiter by Lizzy Stewart is a fun, bright children’s picture book about a young female superhero who is looking for a sidekick. The story Juniper is feeling lonely, so auditions people and animals to become her sidekick. She auditions many candidates, but there is... Continue Reading →

I see the same debate happening a lot on book review forums and blogger discussions with varied responses. Some people seem to believe that to be a good book blogger, you must respond to all requests and review every book by its release (these are usually self-published authors), and others believe that just by agreeing... Continue Reading →

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