George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley – Helen Fox

I received a gifted copy of ‘George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley’ by Helen Fox in return for my honest review. When I received the book in the post my first thoughts were that it had a beautiful cover and that just showed what type of book it was going toContinue reading “George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley – Helen Fox”

Source – Rosemary Johnston

I received a gifted e-book copy of the Saga ‘Source’ by Rosemary Johnston in return for my honest review. The story follows Kate, who is lover of words, especially Viking Words. Kate and her daughter return to Kate’s childhood home when her mother dies, to finish sorting through the farm which has been left behind.Continue reading “Source – Rosemary Johnston”

The Phone Box at the Edge of the World – Laura Imai Messina

I received ‘The Phone Box at the Edge of the World’ by Laura Imai Messina (translated by Lucy Rand) as part of my fiction subscription with @Bertsbooks. The idea of this book is beautiful, and the cover has a delicate, pretty design. The book follows Yui following the death of her mother and daughter inContinue reading “The Phone Box at the Edge of the World – Laura Imai Messina”

We Begin at the End – Chris Whitaker

I finished reading ‘We Begin at the End’ by Chris Whitaker in April, and I was absolutely blown away. I have been nervous to write this review, as I’m not sure I can give it the acclamation it deserves. This book is set in Cape Haven, California and follows Sheriff Walk, Star, her children DuchessContinue reading “We Begin at the End – Chris Whitaker”

Where We Belong – Anstey Harris

I received ‘Where We Belong’ as part of my fiction subscription bundle from @Bertsbooks. The cover is beautiful, so I could tell it was going to be a lovely read. This book follows Cate and her son Leo as they move from London to live above the Hatters Museum of the Wide Wide World, inContinue reading “Where We Belong – Anstey Harris”

Petrichor – Melanie Rees

I received a free e-book copy of ‘Petrichor’ by Melanie Rees from Hague Publishing in return for my honest review. This was an ARC copy as the YA book is due to be released 15th October 2021. The main character is Clayton, a teenage boy who has recently lost his older brother, whose aim isContinue reading “Petrichor – Melanie Rees”

People of Abandoned Character – Clare Whitfield

I received ‘People of Abandoned Character’ by Clare Whitfield as part of my Bert’s books crime/thriller subscription. I haven’t read many historical fiction books lately and so this was a treat. I really liked this book and found it to be remarkably interesting at the same time. This book is set in London 1888 andContinue reading “People of Abandoned Character – Clare Whitfield”

The Shadow Sister – Lucinda Riley

I was sad to hear of Lucinda Riley’s death last month as she has been a favourite author of my Mum and me, she was an amazing author. I have just finished reading the amazing ‘The Shadow Sister’ by Lucinda Riley the third book in the Seven Sisters series, it is very emotional and romanticContinue reading “The Shadow Sister – Lucinda Riley”

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