Blog Tour: Muse of Nightmares

Blog Tour: Muse of Nightmares

Muse of Nightmares is now available in paperback in the UK. To celebrate, we are delighted to be today’s stop on the Muse of Nightmares Blog Tour! Muse of Nightmares is the conclusion to the Strange The Dreamer duology by Laini Taylor. If you missed my review of the first book, Strange the Dreamer, you […]

Posted April 5, 2019


Blog Tour: Sky In The Deep

Blog Tour: Sky In The Deep

Welcome to Strupag’s stop on the Sky In The Deep blog tour! I’m delighted to be joined by Adrienne Young, the author of Sky In The Deep today. Adrienne has kindly shared some of her character-building tips in her guest post below. Before we join Adrienne, let me give you some details about Sky In […]

Posted April 2, 2019


Review: Do You Dream of Terra-Two?

Review: Do You Dream of Terra-Two?

A Wee Summary In an alternate version of history, Do You Dream of Terra-Two? is the story of a mission to begin the colonisation of a planet just like Earth, Terra-Two. We follow six young adults, each of whom have been through rigorous training, interviews, and testing at an elite school since the ages of […]

Posted March 31, 2019


Review: The Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz

Review: The Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz

A Wee Bit About The Book The Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz is the true story of father and son, Gustav and Fritz Kleinmann. Residents of Vienna, the Jewish Kleinmann family resided in the Jewish district of Leopoldstadt in the year preceding World War 2. In 1938, the family – Gustav, Tini, Edith, […]

Posted March 27, 2019


Review: The Near Witch

Review: The Near Witch

The Near Witch Is Back! Like all fans of V. E. Schwab, I’m so excited today to see Titan republish The Near Witch, Schwab’s previously out-of-print debut. The team at Titan have put together a gorgeous deluxe edition, complete with an introduction and a wonderful, previously unseen, short story by V. E. Schwab. Schwab has […]

Posted March 12, 2019


Review: Bloodwitch

Review: Bloodwitch

Recaps! First things first, if your memory is as bad as mine and you need a wee refresher of Truthwitch and Windwitch before diving into Bloodwitch, then I recommend Tor’s gif-packed recaps! So… to make your life easier here are the direct links… Truthwitch, the Official GIF Recap! Windwitch, the Official GIF Recap! There’s also […]

Posted March 2, 2019


Review: The Plotters

Review: The Plotters

A Wee Summary The Plotters is my first foray into what has been dubbed by many as ‘Korean Noir’. With a synopsis that immediately piqued my interest, this novel is unlike any thriller I’ve ever read. Following the end of military rule in South Korea, there’s been an emergence of an industry for hitmen. The […]

Posted February 20, 2019


Review: King of Scars

Review: King of Scars

My thoughts on King of Scars Well, I LOVED King of Scars and savoured it for as long as possible! Another trip into Bardugo’s brilliant Grishaverse, this time with Nikolai – a firm favourite of mine from the previous books set in this world. Told from multiple perspectives – some old, favourite characters and some […]

Posted February 16, 2019