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Within each post I have a final star rating to really solidify my feelings towards each book and to help you with your own book buying needs.
Wild is in the name and it is certainly fitting for this book about friendship, humanity, but ultimately survival. I was absolutely engrossed in each and every twisting page of Rory Power’s novel about a quarantined Boarding School that has been struck by an unnerving virus. The book opens from the first person perspective of … Continue reading Wilder Girls, Rory Power; Review
See no evil, hear no evil, but most definitely speak no evil. This psychological thriller explores the aftermath of a murder when the killer decides to never speak again and is institutionalised in a medial facility. I saw quite a bit of buzz surrounding this novel and finally decided to take the plunge this October … Continue reading The Silent Patient, Alex Michaelides; Review
It’s been a while since I have done a review and if I’m completely honest; I didn’t expect to be doing one on a children’s book any time soon. And yet here we are. When Catherine first messaged me about her book I knew I wanted in because of my affinity with Russian Nesting Dolls. … Continue reading The Story of Babushka, Catherine Flores: Review
Hello readers and writers alike! On this fine Sunday morning I have decided to bask in the afterglow I am left in after reading V.E. Schwab’s The Near Witch; and of course I have to share this with you. In the town of Near the children sing about the witches old and new and then … Continue reading The Near Witch, V.E. Schwab: Review
I’m back with another suspenseful thriller to review! And just like my previous one I shall be separating this piece into two parts (one half without spoilers and the other half with) so just like a restaurant with vegan options I am catering for you all! So let’s get started! A Good Girl’s Guide to … Continue reading A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, Holly Jackson: Review
I have heard very little about The Lies They Tell, and after reading it I realised I have a lot of thoughts I needed to process. So here I am having raced to my laptop fuelled only by lots of cups of tea this morning and words at my fingertips raring to go. I shall … Continue reading The Lies They Tell, Gillian French: Review
I am no stranger to a fantasy novel, in fact I would go as far as saying that its my go to genre. So, its no surprising that Caraval found its way onto my ‘to be read’ pile. And it didn’t stay there long. Once I picked this book up I found it hard to … Continue reading Caraval, Stephanie Garber: Review