Month: January 2017

Review: Welcome To Nowhere

Review: Welcome To Nowhere

I hadn’t ever read any of Elizabeth Laird’s work prior to picking up Welcome To Nowhere. I’ve been meaning to, but just haven’t got to them yet. Now that I’ve read Welcome To Nowhere I intend to bump her other work up my TBR! Although this is a work of fiction, it draws upon the […]

Posted January 11, 2017


Review: RoseBlood

Review: RoseBlood

RoseBlood is a Phantom of the Opera retelling. Let me start by saying that although I’m familiar with the Phantom story, I’m by no means a ‘Phan’. However, the premise of this book captured my attention and I was lucky enough to be sent an ARC by the publisher. Yes, this is the same A.G. […]

Posted January 10, 2017


Review: Homegoing

Review: Homegoing

Yaa Gyasi takes us on a journey spanning seven generations and thousands of miles in Homegoing. We begin our journey in the Gold Coast of Africa, in the time of British occupation, tribal wars and slavery. It’s from this point that we follow the descendants of two women across history and the globe. Gyasi’s writing […]

Posted January 9, 2017


Review: A Promise Of Fire

Review: A Promise Of Fire

Before I start, I’ve seen people online asking if A Promise of Fire is YA – it’s not. There is considerable adult content. Now that’s been addressed, let’s talk about the book. Cat is with the circus, hiding from her old life when Griffin, Beta Sinta, finds her and well, basically kidnaps her. Her magic is […]

Posted January 8, 2017