After You by Jojo Moyes. Review

After You by Jojo Moyes is the sequel to the acclaimed Me Before You which was recently released as a film.  A warning here that there are spoilers for Me Before You.  Me Before You tells the story of Louisa, a waitress who accidentally becomes a carer for Will Traynor, an ex-city slicker who becomes … Continue reading After You by Jojo Moyes. Review

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Reading Challenge 2017 week 4

For week 4 of my 2017 reading challenge I'm looking at a book which was published this year. I decided to go with one of the books I really enjoyed reading last year for review, ready for its publication this January.  Good Me, Bad Me by Ali Land is a thriller like no other. This … Continue reading Reading Challenge 2017 week 4

The Fate of the Tearling by Erika Johansen. Review 

The final book in the Tearling series, The Fate of the Tearling was much anticipated. What would happen to Kelsea? In the last book The Invasion of the Tearling Kelsea had voluntarily given herself up as a prisoner to the evil Red Queen of Mortmesne.  The Fate of the Tearling picks up here, Kelsea is … Continue reading The Fate of the Tearling by Erika Johansen. Review 

The Virgin of the Wind Rose by Glen Craney 

Glen recently contacted me to ask me to review his newest novel The Virgin of the Wind Rose and I have to admit I was highly intrigued by the subject matter. The real identity of Christopher Columbus? It's definitely a line which draws you in.  The storyline is a bit hard to grasp at first … Continue reading The Virgin of the Wind Rose by Glen Craney 

He Said/She Said By Erin Kelly. Review 

Thriller of the year would be an award that this novel would definitely deserve. What a rollercoaster ride He Said/She Said really is!  Kit and Laura love chasing eclipses, or at least Kit does and he's keen to show Laura why they're magical.  But something happens while they're in Cornwall for the 1999 eclipse. The … Continue reading He Said/She Said By Erin Kelly. Review 

Tattletale by Sarah J Naughton. Review 

Tattletale is the debut novel from Sarah J Naughton and falls into the genre of British crime thriller, albeit with an American touch.  It is not however a detective novel so it was a fresh change. The perspective switches between several people.  Mags is the sister of Abe but hasn't seen him for a decade, … Continue reading Tattletale by Sarah J Naughton. Review