Category Hardbacks

Short, Simple, Sweet | Love, Her, Wild: Poetry Collection | A Review

Happy Sunday guys! I hope you’re enjoying the summer! As you can probably tell, but it’s a tad quite here on the blog, that’s mainly because it’s summer and things are a little hectic here – so do forgive me! Today I’m reviewing Love, Her, Wild by instagram sensation, Atticus. Blurb Love Her Wild is a […]

Court of Lions Blog Tour | Q & A with the author – Jane Johnson

Hi guys! Today is day 2 of the Court of Lions book blog tour – be sure to follow along on Twitter if you’re not already! About the Author Jane Johnson is from Cornwall and has worked in the book industry for over 20 years, as a bookseller, publisher and writer. She is responsible for […]

There’s a war brewing | The Gender Games | A Review

Good evening book readers and web browsers, today I’m here to review The Gender Games that came out on the 1st of this month and written by the wonderful, Juno Dawson. Blurb Why we are all being messed up by gender, and what we can do about it. ‘It’s a boy!’ or ‘It’s a girl!’ […]

Crumbling Plans | The Futures | A Review

This is a love story. But nobody said it ends happily… The above sentence pretty much sums up the book, it is a love story, but it doesn’t end how you think it would end. I was lucky enough to receive a proof for this book and a hard back copy, which is pretty awesome! […]

Ghosts are everywhere | The Doll Funeral | A Review

I hope you guys are having a wonderful Sunday, the weather seems to be finally picking up and the sun is shining – yay! Today I’m reviewing The Doll Funeral by Kate Harmer, which I was lucky enough to read a hardback copy of from the team at Faber. Blurb My name is Ruby. I […]

The Devil’s Mask | Echoes in Death | Blog Tour

Echoes in Death, which can be read as a standalone, is a dark and gripping new case for Lieutenant Eve Dallas, written by J D Robb and published in Hardback on the 7th of February. Blurb:  A dark and gripping new case for Lieutenant Eve Dallas – from number one bestseller J.D. Robb New York […]

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, […]