Book Information Series: StandaloneGenre: Fiction | Historical Romance | MysteryAudience: AdultLength: 352 pagesFormat: PaperbackPublished: March 2020 by Pan Macmillan Purchase: Amazon | Waterstones | Wordery | Book DepositoryJane Healey – Website | Twitter | Goodreads Physical copy of the book is mine and all thoughts are my own. All links provided are non-affiliate.
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Jane Austen Investigates: The Abbey Mystery
My review of The Abbey Mystery by Julia Golding, a fun Middle Grade novel about a young Jane Austen and her detective antics.
Blogmas Day 20: Book Review | Letters From Father Christmas
Hello and welcome back to Blogmas. For today’s post I want to share some thoughts about a book that has now become a festive favourite – Letters from Father Christmas by J.R.R.Tolkien
Are We All Lemmings and Snowflakes?
Statistics: Title – Are We All Lemmings and Snowflakes? Author – Holly Bourne Series/Standalone – Standalone Book No – N/A Genre – YA Contemporary Date of Publication – 9th August 2018 Number of Pages – 397
Review – Everless
Statistics: Title – Everless Author – Sara Holland Series/Standalone – Series Book Number – 1 Genre – YA Fantasy/Dystopia Date of Publication – 27th December 2017 (UK) Number of Pages – 361 Synopsis: When your own blood and personal time is a currency, how far would you go to save your loved ones and giveContinue reading “Review – Everless”
The Price Guide to the Occult
Statistics Title – The Price Guide to the Occult Author – Leslye Walton Series/Standalone – Standalone Genre – YA Fantasy Date of Publication – 6th September 2018 (UK)/13th March 2018 (US) Number of Pages – 288
The Taste of Blue Light
Format: paperback Number of pages: 352 Date of Publication: 8th February 2018 Genre: YA Contemporary Synopsis: An incandescent, soul-searching story about a broken young woman’s search for a truth buried so deep it threatens to consume her, body and mind. These are the things Lux knows: She is an artist. She is lucky. She isContinue reading “The Taste of Blue Light”
ARC Review: Fragments of the Lost
Jessa Whitworth knew she didn’t belong in her ex-boyfriend Caleb’s room. But she couldn’t deny that she was everywhere – in his photos, his neatly folded T-shirts, even the dragonfly necklace in his jeans pocket, the one she gave him for safe keeping on that day. His mother asked her to pack up his thingsContinue reading “ARC Review: Fragments of the Lost”
Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again… Working as a lady’s companion, the heroine of Rebecca learns her place. Her future looks bleak until, on a trip to the South of France, she meets Max de Winter, a handsome widower whose sudden proposal of marriage takes her by surprise. She accepts, but whiskedContinue reading “Rebecca”
The Bear and the Nightingale.
Winter, folklore, fairy tales, the messages of courage and strength to follow your heart and mind, to not give in to your beliefs…. These are what I take away from The Bear and the Nightingale, and they are what have relieved me from this reading slump.