Month: July 2016

Review: The Race

Review: The Race

The Race was previously published by a small press and was nominated for a number of awards. This new edition from Titan actually features a brand new story set within the world of The Race. How on earth do I describe this book? While it may be classed as a novel, it’s more of a […]

Posted July 30, 2016


Review: Lie With Me

Review: Lie With Me

Upon reading the synopsis for this book, I was intrigued. I love a good psychological thriller and the incorporation of a Greek island setting made me pick this up for a summer read. I think it’s pretty perfect as that – an easy to read book that will capture and retain your interest from the […]

Posted July 28, 2016


Guest Post: Flynn Berry – Unreliable Narrators

Guest Post: Flynn Berry – Unreliable Narrators

I’m delighted to welcome Flynn Berry to the blog today. Flynn’s debut novel, Under The Harrow, is available on Kindle in the UK now from Weidenfeld & Nicolson, with the paperback to follow in the coming months. Flynn is visiting four different blogs this week and sharing her favourite unreliable narrators. So, without further ado, […]

Posted July 26, 2016


Review: The High Ground

Review: The High Ground

They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover and in this instance I’m very glad I didn’t. Not that there’s anything wrong with the cover, but had I seen it on the shelves of a bookshop I would have deemed it as being “not my thing”. I’m therefore extremely grateful to the publisher […]

Posted July 23, 2016


July Fairyloot Unboxing

July Fairyloot Unboxing

Last month I wrote a wee post about UK based bookish subscription boxes. I mentioned in that post that I’d ordered my first Fairyloot box, the July edition. So I thought today I’d share the contents with you!     First, a little bit of information about Fairyloot. It’s a monthly subscription service that costs £26 […]

Posted July 20, 2016


Review: All Is Not Forgotten

Review: All Is Not Forgotten

A teenage girl is brutally raped when she attends a house party. She is found in the woods by the house and taken to hospital. It’s here that the decision is made to give her a treatment that will result in her having no memory of the assault. Almost a year on, the girl is […]

Posted July 15, 2016


Review: Clear To Lift

Review: Clear To Lift

Alison Malone is a 28 year old Navy helicopter pilot. Her most recent posting has seen her stationed in Fallon, Nevada among the Sierra Nevada mountains as part of the Navy’s premier search and rescue squadron, the Longhorns. It’s not a post she desired, it’s more than likely a post that’s going to affect her […]

Posted July 11, 2016


Top Ten Tuesday #47: Books With < 2000 Ratings on Goodreads

Top Ten Tuesday #47: Books With < 2000 Ratings on Goodreads

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created and hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. If you’d like to participate too, see here. This week the topic is… 10 Top Ten Books I Enjoyed That Have Under 2000 Ratings On Goodreads So I’ve based this list on the actual editions that I’ve read. I guess […]

Posted July 5, 2016