Author Q&A – John Marrs

Happy Saturday everyone, I am very excited to be sharing a new author Q&A! Thank you very much to John Marrs for taking the time to answer my questions; I was thrilled that he agreed to take part. John is the author of a number of highly acclaimed thrillers including The Passengers, which is arguably the … Continue reading Author Q&A – John Marrs

Book Review – Someone We Know by Shari Lapena

Pages: 309 Published: 25th July 2019 Genre: Crime/Mystery Trigger warnings: Strong violence, sexual references In a quiet, leafy suburb in upstate New York, a teenager has been sneaking into houses--and into the owners' computers as well--learning their secrets, and maybe sharing some of them, too. Who is he, and what might he have uncovered? After two anonymous letters are … Continue reading Book Review – Someone We Know by Shari Lapena

Book Review – The Ten Thousand Doors Of January by Alix E. Harrow

Pages: 384 Published: 10th September 2019 Genre: Historical Fantasy Trigger warnings: Racism, animal cruelty Synopsis In a sprawling mansion filled with peculiar treasures, January Scaller is a curiosity herself. As the ward of the wealthy Mr. Locke, she feels little different from the artifacts that decorate the halls: carefully maintained, largely ignored, and utterly out of place. Then she … Continue reading Book Review – The Ten Thousand Doors Of January by Alix E. Harrow

Book Review – I Know You by Annabel Kantaria

Pages: 323 Published: 28th June 2018 Genre: Domestic Thriller Trigger warnings: Sexual references, child death Synopsis You trust her. You shouldn’t. That picture you just posted on Instagram? I’ve seen it. The location you tagged? I’ve been there. You haven’t been careful enough, have you? Because I know all about you. But when I meet you, I won’t tell … Continue reading Book Review – I Know You by Annabel Kantaria

Book Review – The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo

Pages: 358 Published: 6th March 2018 Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Synopsis A young girl in Harlem discovers slam poetry as a way to understand her mother’s religion and her own relationship to the world.  Xiomara Batista feels unheard and unable to hide in her Harlem neighborhood. Ever since her body grew into curves, she has learned to … Continue reading Book Review – The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo