In 2019, I read a total of twenty two books that were either the start, continuation or end of a series. This is quite a lot for me, as usually I prefer standalone novels. I'll let you know in this post whether it was the beginning of a series, the end or a continuation and… Continue reading Series 2019 – Started, Finished or Abandoned?
I won't include all of the books I bought in my long, long hiatus, because we'll be here until next January, but I will include the last stack of books I bought with Christmas gift cards and money. I'll include a brief synopsis, and no doubt exclaim how excited I am to read them… Continue reading January 2019 Book Haul
This month I bought six books, three hardbacks and three paperbacks. Below I'll include the synopsis from the back and whether or not I've read them yet. Let me know if you've read any of the books you hauled this month. Happy reading! 1. Fever Dream by Samanta Schweblin "A young woman named Amanda… Continue reading July 2018 Book Haul
Clean is a gritty, eye-opening novel about addiction and all of the horrific things that come with it. Lexi Volkov, a Russian heiress and London socialite is forced into a remote rehab centre named Clarity by her brother Nikolai after almost overdosing on heroin. She is seventeen years old and we follow her struggle… Continue reading Review – Clean
We begin this YA paranormal fantasy novel with the aftermath of an explosion in protagonist Jasper Andrews' school, which was caused by her own hands. However, not everything is as it seems and we follow a journey of self discovery, enlightenment and revenge with a hint of romance thrown in for good measure. Initially… Continue reading Review – Order of the Vespers
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Format: Paperback Pages: 525 Rating: 3/5 Boasting an easy to read writing style and a creative magic system, it is understandable that this book has demanded some hype recently. Diviners are young people who were previously destined to inherit magic but who have instead been forced to grow up without their birthright and with… Continue reading Review – Children of Blood and Bone