Book Reviews

Book Review – A Touch of Death

Format: E-book Cover Design: Heather Maddalozzo & John McKeogh Pages: 305 Rating: 4/5 Book Depository: Paperback Content Warnings: Violence; kidnap; cruelty; murder Firstly, I would like to mention that I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, so thank you to Rebecca Crunden, and for remaining patient for my review. This is… Continue reading Book Review – A Touch of Death

Book Tags

Book Tag – Book Blogger Memory Challenge

Looking for book tags, I stumbled across this one, which seemed interesting and potentially fun, as my memory is notoriously questionable. The original creator of the tag does not appear to be active any longer, as their link is no longer available. However, I will link you to the blog where I found it -… Continue reading Book Tag – Book Blogger Memory Challenge

Book Reviews

Romance Week Book Review – The Flatshare

Publisher: Quercus Cover Design: Ghost Design & Andy Bridge Format: Hardback Pages: 391 Rating: 4/5 Book Depository: Paperback//Hardback Content Warnings: Gaslighting; violence; emotional abuse; manipulation Romance has always been a genre I have given a wide berth, given the stereotype of it being somewhat cheesy and that I haven't always enjoyed romance elements in other types of literature. However, with the recent… Continue reading Romance Week Book Review – The Flatshare

Book Reviews

Book Review – The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali

Publisher: Scholastic Cover Design: Maeve Norton Format: Paperback Pages: 332 Rating: 4/5 Book Depository: Paperback Content Warnings: Homophobia; arranged marriage; child abuse; xenophobia; murder   Rukhsana Ali has found a balance between most of the important aspects of her life - she has been accepted into Caltech, her first choice university, she has amazing friends and has a girlfriend she loves.… Continue reading Book Review – The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali

Reading Wrap Ups

January 2020 Reading Wrap Up Part Two

  The second half of January saw me do something I have never before felt comfortable doing during my reading journey - I DNFd a book. In the past, I have struggled so intensely with the concept of not finishing books, that I simply have refused to do it. However, this year I felt I… Continue reading January 2020 Reading Wrap Up Part Two

Book Hauls

Book Haul – January 2020 Part Two

  2020 Pre-Orders: 1. Pine by Francine Toon - Released 23rd January 2020 I was late picking this one up from Waterstones, because I was doing extra work for my company, but I'm now on holiday and am about half way through this. It is about Lauren and her father Niall, and the mystery that… Continue reading Book Haul – January 2020 Part Two

Reading Wrap Ups

January 2020 Reading Wrap Up Part One

January has thus far been a mixed reading month for me in terms of the quality of the books I have been consuming. However, there have been one or two stand out books that I have truly savoured, making it easy to ignore the books I haven't enjoyed as much. Between the 1st January and… Continue reading January 2020 Reading Wrap Up Part One