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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


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: Girls of Paper and Fire

Review: Girls of Paper and Fire

About Girls of Paper and Fire In the Asian-inspired country of Ikhara there are three castes Paper – human, and the lowest, most persecuted class. Steel – human with part animal-demon qualities and features. Moon – fully demon with wholly animal-demon features.   The Demon King who rules over Ikhara from his throne in The […]

Posted November 3, 2018


Review: Bridge of Clay

Review: Bridge of Clay

It’s been a long wait for a new book from Markus Zusak, author of The Book Thief. The time has come though with Bridge of Clay, and it’s been worth the wait. Bridge of Clay tells the story of the Dunbar family – 5 boys who have lost their mother and father and are raising […]

Posted October 11, 2018


Review: A Thousand Beginnings and Endings

Review: A Thousand Beginnings and Endings

About The Book A Thousand Beginnings and Endings is an anthology of short stories, retelling the folklore and mythology of East and South Asia. Editors Elsie Chapman and Ellen Oh have gathered 15 bestselling and acclaimed Asian authors, with each reimagining their favourite Asian myths and legends. I guess, due to my heritage, I’m mostly […]

Posted August 10, 2018


Review: How To Be A Grown-Up

Review: How To Be A Grown-Up

Sometimes it’s just nice to read a book that you can relate to. I might be in my thirties and been through a lot in my three and a bit decades on the planet, but I think How To Be A Grown-Up is a phrase I’ll forever ponder (won’t we all) and so Daisy Buchanan’s […]

Posted June 26, 2018


Review: The Accidental Bad Girl

Review: The Accidental Bad Girl

  The blurb for The Accidental Bad Girl really intrigued me and I had high hopes for this novel – it did not let me down. 17-year-old Kendall is starting her senior year at Howell Preparatory School. She’s an intelligent girl, a scholar and has always been in the popular crowd at school. The thing […]

Posted May 14, 2018