The Crow Garden by Alison Littlewood. Review 

The Crow Garden is the first novel I have read from author Alison Littlewood and it was a rare treat! I love the idea of novels about madness but it is rare that I find one so well written, most I have found dance around with innuendo and mystery and I find that quite frustrating. … Continue reading The Crow Garden by Alison Littlewood. Review 

Advertisements

Book review – The Ballroom by Anna Hope

   It's cliche but I've only one word to describe this book: WOW!  I first heard about The Ballroom when it was reviewed in a magazine and I liked the sound of the premise, not to mention it was set in Yorkshire my home county. Finding out it was based on a real asylum also … Continue reading Book review – The Ballroom by Anna Hope

Book review – A Fever of The Blood by Oscar De Muriel 

  The first section of this book is written in third person and flips between 3 different events spanning several years apart as a sort of prologue. They serve well to introduce characters, prepare the plot and pique the readers interest. They leave the reader with several unanswered questions which draw you in.  Chapter 1 changes slightly … Continue reading Book review – A Fever of The Blood by Oscar De Muriel