The Magic of the Carnival | Caraval | A Review

Hi guys! This is my last review for this month, hence it's being posted on the Friday instead of the Sunday. But don't worry, there'll be more reviews up in April, but mainly some from NetGalley - so keep your eyes peeled! Today I'm reviewing Caraval. Blurb Remember, it’s only a game… Scarlett Dragna has … Continue reading The Magic of the Carnival | Caraval | A Review

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There’s a Psycho out there | Rattle | A Review

Can you guys believe it's going to be April at the end of this week?! Gosh! How quickly is this year going?! I shall be continuing my mass reviews up through the next month so keep your eyes peeled for NetGalley reviews going up in the next few weeks. Today I'm reviewing Rattle. Blurb A … Continue reading There’s a Psycho out there | Rattle | A Review

And we’re gonna watch it Burn | Girls on Fire | A Review

Hi guys! This post is unfortunately a tiny bit late, sorry! Today I'm actually not reviewing a Netgalley book (shock horror, I know!) I'm reviewing Girls on Fire. Blurb Girls on Fire tells the story of Hannah and Lacey and their obsessive teenage female friendship so passionately violent it bloodies the very sunset its protagonists … Continue reading And we’re gonna watch it Burn | Girls on Fire | A Review

A 60s Mystery | Miss Treadway and the Field of Stars | A Review

Another NetGalley review today guys, with the promise of more to come this month! Blurb How do you find a missing actress in a city where everyone's playing a role? A mystery, a love-story and a darkly beguiling tale of secrets and reinvention set in 1960s London. 'FABULOUS!' Helen Simonson, author of Major Pettigrew's Last … Continue reading A 60s Mystery | Miss Treadway and the Field of Stars | A Review

Outside in the Cold | The Bear and the Nightingale | A Review

Another gorgeous day, another interesting book to review. I read this book on cold evenings, under a bunch of blankets, trying to keep warm. This book is hauntingly good and I fell in love with the title straight away. It's like a heavy, aggressive animal against a light and seemingly bright animal. Winter vs Summer. … Continue reading Outside in the Cold | The Bear and the Nightingale | A Review