Category Reviews

Zombified | The Walking Bread | A Review

Happy Sunday blog readers! I think it’s actually starting to cool down now, which makes sleeping and doing things generally easier, don’t cha think? Today, I’m reviewing a rather interesting book – The Walking Bread by Rick Grains – get it? Blurb From the creators of BAKING BAD and GAME OF SCONES comes the ghoulishly […]

Memories aren’t always the Truth | The Things We Thought We Knew | Blog Tour

Hi again guys! Today I’m taking part in the Blog Tour for this debut from Transworld Books, The Things We Thoughts We Knew by Mahsuda Smith. Blurb (From Penguin Random House’s Website) ‘An original and affecting coming-of-age novel’ The Observer ‘Fuses life’s big themes with daily minutiae … A voice of the next generation’ Stylist […]

In case of breakages… | Option B : Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy | A Review

Happy Summer Solstice guys! It’s currently the longest day here in the UK and probably one of the hottest, well above 30 degrees in some places! And us UK folk, especially me, have no idea what to do in hot weather. So… I just sit indoors with the fan going blogging and reading – perfect […]

Don’t call me… | Sweetpea | A Review

Good evening guys, and if you celebrate, Happy Father’s Day to all the dads, step-dads and dad figures out there! I hope you’ve enjoyed the heat! Today I’m reviewing another Netgalley proof, by the name of Sweetpea. Blurb The last person who called me ‘Sweetpea’ ended up dead… I haven’t killed anyone for three years […]

Ghosts are all around us | Broken Branches | A Review

Evening guys, today I’m reviewing a book from a new publishing house, Hideaway Falls. This book is certainly an interesting and somewhat confusing read, but check out the blurb below and see what you think? Blurb ‘Family curses don’t exist. Sure, some families seem to suffer more pain than others, but a curse? An actual […]

The Fox was here | We All Begin as Strangers | A Review

Afternoon guys! Today I’m reviewing a Netgalley proof, We All Begin as Strangers. Blurb It’s 1984, and summer is scorching the ordinary village of Heathcote. What’s more, a mysterious figure is slipping into homes through back doors and open windows. Dubbed ‘the Fox’, he knows everything about everyone – leaving curious objects in their homes, […]

Wearing your heart on your sleeve | Ink | A Review

Good afternoon guys. This post is very, very late, but it’s finally up – yay! Today I’m reviewing Ink by Alice Broadway, a book that I was lucky enough to win a copy of. Blurb Every action, every deed, every significant moment is tattooed on your skin for ever. When Leora’s father dies, she is […]