Hi all, I hope you've had a wonderful Christmas, full of eating, drinking, presents and of course books! I got quite a few books this Christmas so I wanted to share them with you, so here they are! First off I got 4 autobiographies/memoirs that I've been wanting. Sarah Millican's How to Be Champion, David … Continue reading Christmas Book Haul
It's a big one this month! I had a 2 week break in Tenerife and we literally stayed in a villa in the middle of nowhere, so with nothing else to do, I had no choice but to read, read, read! Ive read 32 books this month, totalling 10,979 Pages. Midnight Crossroad, Day Shift and … Continue reading November Wrap Up 2017
The Book of Life is the third and final book in Deborah Harkness’ All Souls Trilogy. Pleased be warned going forward that while there are no spoilers for The Book of Life here, there will be some from the first two books; A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night. After returning from their adventures … Continue reading The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness. Review
I think I may have just found my new favourite book series. Imagine, for a moment that Twilight meets Outlander and you’ve got yourself A Discovery of Witches. What a fantastic start to a series. Diana is a historian at Oxford University (yes this is a fantasy book about adults, immediate brownie points) and she … Continue reading A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness. Review
Thank you to Netgalley, the publisher and Chloe Benjamin for my ARC of The Immortalists. In 1969 a mysterious woman arrives in New York, rumour has it that she can fortell the date of your death. 13 year old Varya goes to see her with her three younger siblings; Daniel, Klara and Simon. What they … Continue reading The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin. Review
I’m a huge fan of Dan Brown’s Books. I’ve read everything he’s published and can’t understand people who think the books are rubbish. They are so much more than just a story, they contain a wealth of information particularly about religion, symbols and science. Not to mention technology. And Origin is no different. Robert Langdon … Continue reading Origin by Dan Brown. Review
It's that time again! Yay! I really love doing the wrap up and getting the chance to look back on what I've read this month, what I've enjoyed etc. This month I read 22 books at a total of 8,149 pages which is less books but more pages than usual so still a win. I'm … Continue reading September 2017 wrap up!
Tess Gerritsen is an author who I already respect and admire as an amazing crime thriller author. Her Rizzoli & Isles series about detective Jane Rizzoli and Medical Examiner Maura Isles have already taken the world by storm with a 12 book series plus short stories and a TV adaptation. I Know a Secret is … Continue reading I Know a Secret by Tess Gerritsen. Review.
The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry seems to have been the most talked about book of the year, people who I know are not regular readers have even read and raved about it. As usual I am a little late to the party thanks to my enormous reading pile, but I've finally read it. In … Continue reading The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry. Review
And so dear reader, we pick up where we left off... I'll end up talking like the narrator in these books if I keep losing myself in them this way! You can read my review of Nevernight on the following link, be aware that though this review holds no spoilers for Godsgrave it will contain … Continue reading Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff. Review