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Review: Morning Star

Review: Morning Star

I can’t quite believe this series is over. That said, what a stunning conclusion to the trilogy! Also, I just read the other day┬áthat Pierce Brown will be writing a new series set in the same ‘world’ so that’s hugely exciting. As always, as this is the final book in the series I want to […]

Posted February 22, 2016


Review: Pretty Is

Review: Pretty Is

As 12 year olds (back in the 90s) Carly May, a beauty pageant frequenter, and Lois, a Spelling Bee champ, were abducted. They were held captive in a cabin in Adirondack woods for six weeks that summer by a man they called Zed. Fast forward to the present day and we find that, through the […]

Posted January 15, 2016


Review: Truthwitch

Review: Truthwitch

Safi is a Truthwitch. Her witchery allows her to tell if people are telling the truth. She is also a Domna of Cartorra, heir to the Hasstnel Estate where her drunken Uncle currently reigns as regent. Safi has spent her life hiding her witchery and for the past six years she has studied and trained […]

Posted January 4, 2016


Review: Six of Crows

Review: Six of Crows

Leigh Bardugo is one of my favourite authors. Her Grisha trilogy is a series that grabbed me from the start and had me waiting on tenterhooks for the remaining two books. So when I heard that she had started a new series, in the same world as the Grisha series, but with a very different […]

Posted September 26, 2015


Review: Illuminae

Review: Illuminae

This novel, the first in a trilogy, is something a bit different, a bit quirky and more than a bit brilliant. We open to find a covering letter accompanying a dossier of hacked and acquired files. It’s through these documents – emails, instant messages, military files, schematics – that we uncover the story of what […]

Posted September 5, 2015