Elektra by Jennifer Saint

This second novel by Jennifer Saint was just as anticipated as the first. I thoroughly enjoyed Ariadne so when Elektra arrived on the scene I had to get my hands on a copy. I've described Ariadne as having prose that is personal, lyrical and beautiful and I'd like to echo these words for Elektra. Again... Continue Reading →

The cursed tarot by Killian Wolf

This is my tour stop with Zooloo's Tours for Killian Wolf's epic novel, The Cursed Tarot. I've used the term epic not only because of the book’s volume but it’s epic in world building. Killian has created a very thought out world with elements of magic, Greek mythology, other dimensions and all heavily inspired from... Continue Reading →

The coming darkness by Greg Mosse

This is my stop on tour with Midas PR for Greg Mosse’s debut novel, The Coming Darkness. A thriller set in the not to distant future, in a dystopian world that felt tantalisingly real. We begin in Paris, 2037 and Alexandre Lamarque works with the French external security services, he has a lot going on... Continue Reading →

Opera by Julie Anderson

After reading Julie’s second novel, Oracle in the Cassandra Fortune series I was left wondering what this final book in the trilogy would bring. I have to say I wasn’t disappointed and it felt great to be reacquainted with Cassandra again. We begin with Cassandra seeking the help of her friend, a former head of... Continue Reading →

Advoatus by A.R. Turner

This is my stop on the blog tour with The Write Reads for A.R. Turner's, Advocatus, an epic (yes epic in its construction) fantasy story that centers around a Lawyer fighting the good fight for the underdog. Felix, is a human Lawyer at the start of this story defending a fierce Warlord who has pillaged... Continue Reading →

That Bonesetter Woman by Frances Quinn

Image from Amazon.co.uk Having thoroughly enjoyed Frances' first novel, The Smallest Man, I was in no doubt that I would read Frances' second novel, That Bonesetter Woman. So upon its release date I added it to my shopping cart and I'm glad I did as again this was a beautiful read. Endurance Proudfoot, Durie to... Continue Reading →

The lost boy by Jane Renshaw

This is my stop on tour with Zooloos Book Tours, with the psychological thriller, The Lost Boy by Jane Renshaw. And what a thriller of a read this is. Let me give you a brief overview. The Clarke family are invited to holiday on a remote, beautiful Island by their hostess Anna. The Clarke's, Rod,... Continue Reading →

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