My review of Eight Detectives by Alex Pavesi, a unique adult mystery novel full of twists and commentary on the components of a murder mystery.
My review and thoughts about the latest Victoria Hislop book, One August Night, a sequel to The Island.
My review of The Silent Stars Go By, by Sally Nicholls.
Series: Dragon Realms #1Genre: FantasyAudience: Middle GradeLength: 319 pagesDate of Publication: 3rd September 2020 by Simon & Schuster UKPurchase: Amazon | Waterstones | Wordery | Book Depository Katie & Kevin Tsang – Website | Twitter (Katie) Twitter (Kevin)| Goodreads Book is mine and all opinions are entirely my own. Book Synopsis Deep within the mountain,Continue reading “Dragon Mountain – Katie & Kevin Tsang”
Book Information: Series: N/A StandaloneGenre: Thriller | ParanormalAudience: Young Adult Page Count: 300Date of Publication: 5th March 2020 by ScholasticPurchase: Amazon | Waterstones | Book Depository| Wordery Melinda Salisbury: Website | Goodreads | Twitter Book is mine and all thoughts are my own. Synopsis (taken from Goodreads) Everyone knows what happened to Alva’s mother, allContinue reading “Hold Back The Tide by Melinda Salisbury”
Series: The Elandrian Chronicles #1Genre: FantasyAudience: Middle GradeLength: 352 pages (paperback)Date of Publication: 2nd February 2019 by Elandrian PressPurchase: Amazon | Book Depository I have no affiliation, links are there for ease if interested.J.M.Bergen: Goodreads | Website | Finished copy received by Book Publicity Services in exchange for an honest review. This does not affectContinue reading “Thomas Wildus and the Book of Sorrows”
Statistics: Format – UK PaperbackNumber of Pages – 268Genre – Historical FictionMG/YA/A – YASeries/Standalone – StandaloneDate of publication – 5th September 2019Publisher – Andersen Press Ltd Disclaimer – All Fall Down is based on The Black Death, the deadliest pandemic in our history. If you are not comfortable reading or knowing about a pandemic whilstContinue reading “Review: All Fall Down – Sally Nicholls”
Stats: Title – The FamiliarsAuthor – Stacey HallsGenre – Adult Historical FictionFormat – HardbackStyle – ProseStandalone/series – StandalonePage count – 416 pagesDate of Publication – 7th February 2019 Warning – there is the possibility of minor spoilers regarding the history of The Pendle Witch Trials.
No synopsis is really needed for this memoir because the title speaks for itself – The Diary of a Bookseller. That’s all it is. Daily journal entries by Shaun Bythell, a bookseller who owns one the second largest second-hand bookshop in Scotland – The Bookshop. Not exactly inventive but as they say, simplicity is oftenContinue reading “The Diary of a Bookseller”
My review for A Conjuring of Light, the third and final book in the Shades of Magic trilogy!