Mesmerising | The Water Cure | A Review

Have you ever read a book that just stays with you? Long after you've finished the final page and put the book down. This is what I think The Water Cure did, it stays with you long after you've finished it. I read a Netgalley proof of this book late last year, November time. I … Continue reading Mesmerising | The Water Cure | A Review

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Mermaids and Sirens | To Kill a Kingdom | Review

Another day, another review of a book that's somewhat like a Disney re-make. Today, we take on The Little Mermaid. Blurb Princess Lira is siren royalty and the most lethal of them all. With the hearts of seventeen princes in her collection, she is revered across the sea. Until a twist of fate forces her … Continue reading Mermaids and Sirens | To Kill a Kingdom | Review

It’s a Kind of Magic | Flying Tips for Flightless Birds | A Review

Were you ever that person that wanted to run away and join the circus? You know, had enough of the day-to-day life and just wanted to do something fun. Well what better way to dream then to read a book about the circus? Blurb Twins Finch and Birdie Franconi are stars of the flying trapeze. … Continue reading It’s a Kind of Magic | Flying Tips for Flightless Birds | A Review

Things That Go Bump In The Night | The Hazel Wood | A Review

I've always been a big fan of fairy-tales, there's just something about them. Admittedly, I grew up watching the Disney Classic movies and reading 'children friendly' fairy-tales, but after studying Children's Literature in my final year of university, I came across the more gruesome tales. This book reminds me very much of those. Blurb Seventeen-year-old … Continue reading Things That Go Bump In The Night | The Hazel Wood | A Review