Month: January 2018

Blog Tour and Extract: FEAR

Blog Tour and Extract: FEAR

As the final stop on the #GrippedByFear blog tour, I’m delighted to bring you the conclusion of FEAR’s second chapter. If you’ve missed the other days, be sure to check out the blogs in the graphic below. Visit us in order and you’ll get to read the first two chapters of FEAR for free!   […]

Posted January 26, 2018


Review: FEAR

Review: FEAR

FEAR is the story of Randolph Tiefenhaler, a married father of two who works as an architect in Berlin. He and his family live in an upper ground floor flat in the city. It’s upon purchasing this flat that the family find themselves under the scrutiny of their downstairs neighbour, Dieter Tiberius, a man who lives […]

Posted January 24, 2018


Review: The Girl In The Tower

Review: The Girl In The Tower

Having read (and loved) the first book in this series, The Bear and the Nightingale last Christmas, I saved my  early copy of book two, The Girl In The Tower for over the festive season. Set in the Russian winter, this is a tale that’s perfect to read at this time of year. But truthfully, […]

Posted January 20, 2018


Review: The Confession

Review: The Confession

A man walks into the home of multi-millionaire banker Harry McNamara and attacks him with a golf club while wife July sits nearby. By why? We find out almost immediately that the attacker is JP Carney, but why has he killed Harry McNamara? Through chapters told through the perspectives of JP, Harry’s wife, Julie, and the […]

Posted January 16, 2018


Unboxing: Illumicrate #9

Unboxing: Illumicrate #9

I was just thinking about how excited I am for the February Illumicrate box when I realised I hadn’t posted the contents of my November box. So here it is. Please forgive the photography skills! First of all, I love this print from Nutmeg and Arlo. It’s actually now framed and up on my bedroom […]

Posted January 12, 2018


Review: Zenith

Review: Zenith

It’s hard to know what to say about Zenith because while, overall, I enjoyed the story well enough, I just wasn’t really a fan of its execution. The story is told through a variety of different characters, each of whom have their own chapters. Personally, I find that this style of story-telling can either work […]

Posted January 10, 2018


Review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz

Review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz

The Tattooist of Auschwitz is the result of years of interviews between the author, Heather Morris, and Auschwitz-Birkenau survivor Ludwig (Lale) Sokolov. Originally written by Morris as a screenplay, she has now adapted her work to create her debut novel – and what a debut it is! Based upon Lale’s own harrowing story, this is […]

Posted January 5, 2018