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 Julie C Dao for my copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review. Forest of a Thousand Lanterns is the debut novel from Julie C Dao and the first in the series Rise of the Empress. There is a rise in Eastern Asian fantasy fiction at … Continue reading Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C Dao
Eeeeesh! This was so good. I love Wonder Woman and also Greek mythology so obviously a book about the Amazon Wonder Woman was always going to be on my TBR. Anyway, I finally got round to reading it today after buying it in September and here is my review! Wonder Woman is such a powerful … Continue reading Wonder Woman Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo. Review
'Almost midnight - that wicked, magic hour - on a night menaced by ice and storm and the abyss of the featureless sky.' I absolutely adored The Bear and the Nightingale so I was so happy when I was granted a review copy of The Girl in the Tower thanks to Netgalley and Ebury publishing. … Continue reading The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden. Review.
Read no further if you haven't read the first book Outlander as there will be spoilers from the first novel, but none from Dragonfly in Amber. I really enjoyed Outlander where I was swept into the world of Claire and Jamie Fraser. Claire travels back through time to the 1700s where she meets a young … Continue reading Dragonfly in Amber by Diana Gabaldon. Review
Hi everyone, thanks for visiting my blog again! Just a quick post from me today to say that after a long time thinking about it I've decided to go ahead and launch my own book related product!! It's really exciting but before I can proceed I need to do some research into what my potential … Continue reading Launching a New Book Product!
This month has been a HUGE reading month for me, because I went on holiday for 10 days I got the chance to read loads so because of that, in total I read 29 books this month and they were: 1. The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde by Eve Chase 2. The Austen Escape by Katherine … Continue reading June 2017 Wrap Up
So today is my first Book Haul on my blog as I previously did these on my YouTube channel! I'm really excited to share what books I've 'hauled' this month with my followers, so read on to see what's in the Haul this month! I have 20 books in my Haul this month and I've … Continue reading June 2017 Book Haul
Godblind is the debut novel from Anna Stephens, published by Harper Voyager. It falls into the genre of Epic Fantasy and epic is the perfect way to describe it. It has been centuries since the Red Gods and there bloodshed were exiled, their people the Mireces have fled into the mountains to worship in mostly … Continue reading Godblind by Anna Stephens. Review
It's easy to see why The Alchemist has achieved status as a modern classic. This is the story of a shepherd boy from Spain who follows his dreams to Egypt to find treasure. His journey is far from easy but he follows the omens, guidance and belief in himself to assist him on his journey. … Continue reading The Alchemist by Paul Coelho. Review