Category: Book Reviews

Blog Tour & Review: The Lost Man

Blog Tour & Review: The Lost Man

Having read and loved Jane Harper’s first two novels (The Dry and Force of NatureĀ – click links for my reviews), I’ve been lucky enough to have early access to a copy of her latest book, The Lost Man. I’m delighted to host one of today’s stops on The Lost Man Blog Tour. Blog Tour Pop […]

Posted February 10, 2019


Review: The Silent Patient

Review: The Silent Patient

A Wee Summary Alicia Berenson, artist, murdered her husband Gabriel, a well-known fashion photographer, six years ago and has not uttered a word since. Theo faber, psychotherapist, had previously been working in Broadmoor before recently attaining a role at The Grove, a secure forensic psychiatric unit in North London. It’s at The Grove that Alice […]

Posted February 5, 2019


Review: Grave Mercy

Review: Grave Mercy

Grave Mercy has been out in the US for several years. When I saw that it was being published in the UK by Andersen Press I leapt at the chance to finally read it. What’s it about? Well I was sold on the description of “assassin nuns” by a Goodreads user! Want more detail? Read […]

Posted January 27, 2019


Blog Tour: The Girl King

Blog Tour: The Girl King

Blog Tour Welcome to today’s stop on The Girl King Blog Tour. If you’ve missed the tour so far, be sure to check out my fellow hosts below.     A Wee Summary Princess Lu of the Empire of the First Flame has spent her life working towards one thing – becoming the first female […]

Posted January 24, 2019


Review: The Winter Of The Witch

Review: The Winter Of The Witch

It’s fitting that my first review of 2019 is The Winter Of The Witch, as the Winternight Trilogy has kept me company every winter for the past few years. We now have the final book in the trilogy, and it’s a beauty. I didn’t want it to end! It’s hard to write a post about […]

Posted January 10, 2019


Review: The Eleventh Trade

Review: The Eleventh Trade

A Wee Summary Sami is a 12-year-old refugee. He and his grandfather, Baba, left Afghanistan finding their ways through Iran, Turkey and Greece before finally ending up in Boston, USA. Sami’s Baba was a famous musician in Afghanistan, before the Taliban. Now, his Baba plays his rebab at T-train stations, busking for money to keep […]

Posted November 25, 2018


Blog Tour: Shadow of the Fox

Blog Tour: Shadow of the Fox

Blog Tour I’m delighted to be one of today’s stops on the Shadow of the Fox blog tour. Be sure to check out all of the other blogs involved! About Shadow of the Fox Yumeko is half-kitsune and lives with the monks in the Silent Winds Temple. It’s all she has ever known. While the […]

Posted November 21, 2018


Review: I’ll Be There For You

Review: I’ll Be There For You

My Relationship With ‘Friends‘ I remember being at school when everyone started talking about this amazing new TV show, Friends. If memory serves, Friday, Channel 4, 9pm. I actually used to watch it at my friend’s house in the beginning, that’s where I was introduced to it properly. His older sister used to let me […]

Posted November 17, 2018