Category: YA

Blog Tour: The Goose Road Review & Giveaway

Blog Tour: The Goose Road Review & Giveaway

I’m delighted to be today’s stop on the blog tour for The Goose Road. The book is out today, so you can now get your hands on a copy! Or, be sure to check out the giveaway at the end of this post. The Goose Road is the debut novel by Rowena House and is […]

Posted April 5, 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: City of Saints & Thieves

Review: City of Saints & Thieves

You know that feeling when you’re lying in bed at night fighting to keep your eyes open so that you can read just one more chapter? Well, that was me with City of Saints & Thieves – I just didn’t want to put it down. Our protagonist Tina lives on the streets, works with the […]

Posted July 6, 2017


Review: The Hate U Give

Review: The Hate U Give

There are times when I am just at a complete loss for words upon finishing a book (handy for a book blogger, I’m sure you’ll agree). This is one of those times. The Hate U Give has been out in the US for a month or so now and everything I’d been hearing from readers […]

Posted April 6, 2017


Review: Done Dirt Cheap

Review: Done Dirt Cheap

I went into Done Dirt Cheap not really knowing what to expect. Two teenagers,┬ámotorbikes and a biker club – really that’s all I knew, but I ended up getting very caught up in the story. Tourmaline is the 18-year-old daughter of the President of the biker club, the Wardens. Her Mum is in prison, and […]

Posted March 6, 2017


Review: Birdy Flynn

Review: Birdy Flynn

Okay, so let me start by saying that I struggle with anything related to animal suffering. My husband thinks it’s weird (it probably is) that in watching films or tv shows I care more about the animals than the characters! I’ve always been this way though, Mum had to remove all traces of Bambi from […]

Posted March 1, 2017


Review: The Memory Book

Review: The Memory Book

Sammie is an intelligent teenage girl who lives with her family in a small town, excels in debating and has secured herself a spot at NYU. Sadly, she has also recently been diagnosed with Niemenn-Pick Type C. It’s like dementia, so she will lose memories and her body will shut down. NPC is always fatal. […]

Posted February 13, 2017


A Quiet Kind of Thunder Challenge

A Quiet Kind of Thunder Challenge

Steffi doesn’t talk and her anxiety can make life extremely difficult for her. Until now she’s had her best friend Tem at school to help her, but Tem has left school for college and Steffi is alone. That is, until she is introduced to Rhys who is deaf and the two of them can communicate […]

Posted January 12, 2017