Monthly Archives: January 2017

Prague in Winter | A Year and A Day | A Review

One of my favourite things about this book is, pretty much everything. One of my utmost favourite books for 2016! Blurb A heartwarming and heartbreaking story about love and life in one of Europe’s most romantic cities, Prague. Welcome to a city where wishes are everywhere For Megan, a winter escape to Prague with her […]

The Budding Writer | Martini Henry | A Review

This hilarious book, written by Sara Crowe, and is her first book, published last year in June 2016. Blurb Life isn’t an exact science. Things can be troublesome. Like pregnant step-mothers, the ins-and-outs of French existentialism . . . having an unexceptional name. In 1988, seventeen-year-old Sue Bowl has a diary, big dreams and £4.73. What […]

And… Relax | The Little Book of Peace | A Review

I received this book, via a competition on Twitter. The perfect kind of read for before the Christmas bustle and the mad rush to buy presents. Blurb Modern life can often feel hectic, stressful and anxiety-inducing. Now more than ever it is harder to escape the sense of chaos in the world. Tiddy Rowan’s timeless […]

Who dun’it? | Burned and Broken | Blog Tour

Welcome to my stop on the Burned and Broken tour, a detective and mystery book with a entanglement of stories all squished into one. Blurb An enigmatic policeman – currently the subject of an internal investigation – is found burned to death in his car on the Southend sea front. A vulnerable young woman, fresh […]

Learning to Fly | Lyrebird | A Review

If you don’t know, I’m a huge fan of Ceceila Ahern’s books, see here, and was so so excited when I received a proof copy for her latest book, Lyrebird. Blurb She will change your life forever… In the south-west of Ireland, rugged mountains meet bright blue lakes and thick forests. Deep in the woods, […]

Things that go bump in the Night | Thin Air | A Review

I won this book on a competition on Twitter, but was really interested in reading the book before I entered. Though to tell you the truth, I’m not normally that lucky at comps!! Let’s get one thing clear first. Thin Air is a horror story, not gonna lie, and it did creep me out abit, […]

His skin, Jade | The Petrified Flesh | A Review

The first thing that drew me to the book was of course, the cover. If you haven’t read my blog before, you wouldn’t know that the covers are definitely a reason as to why I choose a book. Sorry, not sorry. The Petrified Flesh is the first book in Cornelia Funkes Mirror World series, but […]