The Lodger by Louisa Treger

  This is the debut novel by Louisa Treger and after reading Louisa’s second novel first, I was excited to read this reprinted edition. Again I was gifted this copy and as always I love a book that is gifted, especially when the author writes a message inside the cover page. It makes the whole... Continue Reading →

Venators: Promises Forged by Devri Walls

This is my stop on the blog tour for Venators: promises forged by Devri Walls, the second book in the Venators series. The novel picks up nicely from where we left off and we continue with the adventures of Rune and Grey, two humans who were pulled into the world of Eon to help The... Continue Reading →

Sea Wife by Amity Gaige

There is always something delightful when you are gifted a book before it's release date, but what makes it even more wonderful is when the story itself is brilliant. The writing is exquisite and the story captivating. Juliet is struggling as a mother with young children while trying to claw back some semblance of her... Continue Reading →

The Wych Elm by Tana French

This novel is one that you will either love or hate. I believe that statement applies to the length of the novel. The story is slow burning and while there is so much content and background to the characters, it was necessary to create the psychological tension needed for story development. I thought it was... Continue Reading →

The Court of Miracles by Kester Grant

This novel is a re-imagining of Les Misérables if the French Revolution didn’t happen. It stars some of the most iconic characters with their lives portrayed in a different manner. However, there are some similarities with relationships. I asked myself, would I want to read a book that re-imagines Les Misérables? I did, but I... Continue Reading →

The Beauty Chorus by Kate Lord Brown

It seems quite fitting that on the 75th anniversary of VE day that I get to join this blog tour of The Beauty Chorus, and to read a novel that is set in the Second World War. It revolves around three women who join the ATA, (Air Transport Auxiliary) that ferry new, repaired and damaged... Continue Reading →

Things in jars by Jess Kidd

This book floated across my path at the end of last year and at the beginning of this year I decided to read it. I got a third of the way through and really couldn’t follow what was going on. So, I left it. I try not to give up on any book, so I... Continue Reading →

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