Palom by L.L McNeil

Yay! I've been waiting for this one! I was first introduced to the world of Linaria when Lauren the author of this series contacted me last year to see if I'd read and review Moroda the first in the series. This came literally a few days after I'd said I wasn't taking unsolicited review copies … Continue reading Palom by L.L McNeil

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The Death & Life of Eleanor Parker by Kerry Wilkinson. Review

Thank you to Netgalley, Kerry Wilkinson and Bookouture for my ARC of The Death & Life of Eleanor Parker. I've really been enjoying Kerry Wilkinson's stand-alone novels and this one was a great read. It's a little different to his usual style in that I think it skirts the edge of being YA while also … Continue reading The Death & Life of Eleanor Parker by Kerry Wilkinson. Review

The Promise by Katerina Diamond. Review

Thank you to Netgalley, Katerina Diamond & Avon Books for my ARC of The Promise. Katerina Diamond fast became one of my favourite crime/thriller authors. This is the fourth book in her Imogen Grey series. I feel at this point that I've really connected with the characters and without giving anything away I'm absolutely loving … Continue reading The Promise by Katerina Diamond. Review

The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton. Review

Thank you to Netgalley, Kate Morton and Pan MacMillian for my ARC of The Clockmaker's Daughter in exchange for an honest review. Kate Morton is one of my absolute favourite authors and I've been waiting for a new book for what feels like ages, so I was really excited to get my hands on this … Continue reading The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton. Review

The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J Maas. Review

So, we now have a brief interlude. I was advised to read this collection of short stories at this point before starting Empire of Storms. It's definitely good advice but my goodness it was a slog. These 5 'short' stories tell of Aelin's life while she was the assassin Celaena Sardothien before she was caught … Continue reading The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J Maas. Review