Month: October 2017

Review: Good Me Bad Me

Review: Good Me Bad Me

Good Me Bad Me is one of those books that I’ve been seeing all over social media with the general consensus being that readers found it hard to put it down – they were so right! 15-year-old Milly’s mother is a serial killer, and the only person who knows is Milly. It’s Milly who finally […]

Posted October 31, 2017


Review: Flame In The Mist

Review: Flame In The Mist

Flame In The Mist is a book I’ve been looking forward to reading for so long but inexplicably hadn’t picked up until now. So I was kind of nervous that I might have built it up too much in my head, but actually I really enjoyed this novel. Mariko is of the Hattori family, the only daughter […]

Posted October 26, 2017


Review: The Alice Network

Review: The Alice Network

The Alice Network is a novel built around fact, something that I feel makes this novel particularly special. Charlie St Clair finds herself pregnant and unmarried in 1947. Her well-to-do family insist she go to Europe to have her ‘Little Problem’ dealt with. Charlie seizes her trip to Europe to try and find her friend […]

Posted October 21, 2017


Review: All The Wicked Girls

Review: All The Wicked Girls

When Summer Ryan goes missing in Grace, Alabama, it is feared that she is another Briar Girl. Girls have been going missing and the Police Dept is yet to uncover the truth of their disappearances. So Summer’s twin sister Raine takes it upon herself to find her sister, and enlists the help of two local […]

Posted October 16, 2017


Review: The Last Namsara

Review: The Last Namsara

Asha is the daughter of the dragon king. The people are afraid of her because she brought dragonflame upon the city as a child, telling Old Stories which attract the dragons. She herself was badly burned, but was rescued by the commandant’s son, Jarek. Now she is a hunter of dragons, a dragon slayer for her father […]

Posted October 11, 2017


Blog Tour: Bluebird, Bluebird *Giveaway*

Blog Tour: Bluebird, Bluebird *Giveaway*

Welcome to today’s stop on the Bluebird, Bluebird blog tour! There are times when you read a novel and know it will stay with you for a long time; such was the case for me with Bluebird, Bluebird. Far more than a crime novel, this well-written, immersive book shines a spotlight upon racial tensions in East […]

Posted October 3, 2017