Month: September 2016

Blog Tour & Review: Dark Water

Blog Tour & Review: Dark Water

        I’m so excited to be a stop on the Dark Water blog tour today! I’ve had the pleasure of reading this novel and it’s a beauty! As I write this the wind is battering the windows and the rain is almost horizontal and I can’t help but feel this is the […]

Posted September 29, 2016


Blog Tour: Kate Moretti, The Vanishing Year

Blog Tour: Kate Moretti, The Vanishing Year

Yesterday I shared some spoiler-free thoughts on The Vanishing Year by Kate Moretti which, by the way, is OUT TODAY! If you missed that post you can find it here. I’m very excited to welcome author Kate Moretti to the blog today (the first day of her blog tour) to share her answer to the […]

Posted September 27, 2016


Review: The Vanishing Year

Review: The Vanishing Year

Zoe Whittaker lives a privileged life. She shares a New York penthouse apartment with her husband Henry, who lavishes her with gifts and treats. Her life hasn’t always been like this though. Back when Zoe was someone else she was broke, alone and fearing for her life. It’s five years on though and she’s made […]

Posted September 26, 2016


Review: Stealing Snow

Review: Stealing Snow

I actually don’t know what to say. I don’t like being negative and yet I fear this post will be just that. I really wanted to enjoy this Stealing Snow so much but ultimately I didn’t. I rarely DNF books, in fact I can’t remember the last time I did, but I seriously considered it […]

Posted September 25, 2016


Review: Robin Hood: Demon’s Bane – The Two Torcs

Review: Robin Hood: Demon’s Bane – The Two Torcs

Upon reading the first book in this series last August (review here) I was very much looking forward to book two.  I had enjoyed book one but felt it largely scene-setting. I had anticipated that book two would be more action packed. Yes, there’s plenty of action in this book. Yet, I found myself struggling more […]

Posted September 24, 2016


Review: Kids of Appetite

Review: Kids of Appetite

  Vic’s best friend was his Dad. His Dad seemed to ‘get’ Moebius syndrome and Vic’s life with it, but he’s been dead for the past two years. Vic’s Mum seems to be trying to move on with her life. It’s her moving on that prompts Vic to do something he’s been unable to do […]

Posted September 21, 2016


Review: All We Shall Know

Review: All We Shall Know

Melody Shee is 33 when she finds herself pregnant. The father of her unborn child is not her husband, but the son of a famous Traveller whom she has been tutoring. Her husband leaves and Melody finds herself alone, contemplating taking her own life. It’s just the thought of her father that keeps her going; […]

Posted September 15, 2016


Review: Every Falling Star

Review: Every Falling Star

Last year I read In Order To Live by Yeonmi Park (I’m kicking myself that I didn’t review it on the blog), the story of her life and escape from North Korea and everything she had to do to stay alive. I subsequently thrust a copy into the hands of friends and family, however it […]

Posted September 10, 2016