Blog Tour + Review – Things To Do Before The End Of The World by Emily Barr

Hello everyone, It is my turn on the blog tour for what is probably the book with the longest title that I have ever read! When I received the information about the tour I knew I had to take part as I have read two previous young adult books by Emily Barr, especially enjoying The … Continue reading Blog Tour + Review – Things To Do Before The End Of The World by Emily Barr

Book Review – Six Of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Pages: 479Published: 29th September 2015Genre: Young Adult FantasyTrigger warnings: Violence, drugs, references to sexual exploitation Just in time for the Netflix series that has recently premiered, I have finally read Six Of Crows, which is probably (in my experience at least) the most talked about book on Book Twitter, so much so that I had … Continue reading Book Review – Six Of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Book Review – The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

Pages: 446 Published: 15th June 2017 Genre: Domestic Thriller Trigger warnings: Suicide, sexual references, voyeurism, microaggressions, animal death The text message arrives in the small hours of the morning: I need you. Isa drops everything, takes her baby daughter and heads straight to Salten. She spent the most significant days of her life at boarding school on the marshes … Continue reading Book Review – The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

Book Review – The Mystery Of Black Hollow Lane by Julia Nobel

Pages: 306Published: 5th March 2019Genre: Middle Grade With a dad who disappeared years ago and a mother who's a bit too busy to parent, Emmy is shipped off to Wellsworth, a prestigious boarding school in England, where she's sure she won't fit in. But then she finds a box of mysterious medallions in the attic … Continue reading Book Review – The Mystery Of Black Hollow Lane by Julia Nobel

Book Review – The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell

Pages: 364 Published: 5th October 2017 Genre: Historical Fiction When Elsie married handsome young heir Rupert Bainbridge, she believed she was destined for a life of luxury. But pregnant and widowed just weeks after their wedding, with her new servants resentful and the local villagers actively hostile, Elsie has only her late husband’s awkward cousin for company - … Continue reading Book Review – The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell

Blog Tour + Review – What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson

Hello everyone, It is my stop on the Ultimate blog tour for What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson, which is about to be released and I am sure will bring joy and emotion to many readers. Thank you very much to Dave @ The Write Reads for facilitating this tour, Noly for the impressively designed banner … Continue reading Blog Tour + Review – What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson

Book Review – Tuesday Mooney Talks To Ghosts by Kate Racculia

Pages: 374 Published: 8th October 2019 Genre: Contemporary Trigger warnings: Alcoholism, sexual references, drugs Tuesday Mooney is a loner. She keeps to herself, begrudgingly socialises, and spends much of her time watching old Twin Peaks and X-Files DVDs. But when Vincent Pryce, Boston’s most eccentric billionaire, dies - leaving behind an epic treasure hunt through the city, with clues inspired by … Continue reading Book Review – Tuesday Mooney Talks To Ghosts by Kate Racculia

Book Review – The House In The Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune

Pages: 394 Published: 16th March 2020 Genre: Fantasy Content warnings: Sexual references, discrimination Linus Baker leads a quiet, solitary life. At forty, he lives in a tiny house with a devious cat and his old records. As a Case Worker at the Department in Charge Of Magical Youth, he spends his days overseeing the well-being of children in … Continue reading Book Review – The House In The Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune

Book Review – The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

Pages: 377 Published: 3rd September 2020 Genre: Mystery Trigger warnings: Grief, suicide This was my fourth buddy read with Ellie, and our first which was not a Karen M. McManus book. We both enjoyed the discussions and it gave us lots of laughs, so thank you so much to her for reading it with me. In a peaceful retirement … Continue reading Book Review – The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman