I read The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton when I was in Japan. I hoped it wouldn’t be too heavy, but I was already in too deep when I realised what it really was about. This book kept me company during my jetlagged hours on my ereader. The screen was lit and my husband could still
Another Book tour hosted by The Write Reads, with The Devil’s Apprentice by Kenneth B. Andersen. Thanks to Dave for providing a free copy of the book for me to review. The Devil’s Apprentice reminded me a bit of Beauty and the Beast, the Disney version. Instead of Sam, Philip is held prisoner by the
After last month’s book tour of Shadows, I was curious about the follow up. The author was kind enough to share Mermaids and Dragons. I finished Mermaids already, but you can expect a review for Dragons soon. Sapphire follows her friend Ben and his sister to a new world, one were magic exists. She meets
One of my favourite self published books just got a makeover. S.M. Boyce released a new and updated version of Lichgates, the first book in the Grimoire Saga. She’s reworked the whole book and added a few new scenes. I haven’t bought the new edition yet, but I want to share my review from the
Dave from The Write Reads surprised us with another book tour, this time it is Shadows by R.J. Furness. It’s the first book in the Sapphire Smyth & The Shadow Five series. The books are short since it’s a serial, so don’t expect too many pages. The premise is strong, but a little confusing. The
Dellybird ran a contest of Twitter to post a picture of your favourite fur companion to win I, Cosmo by Carlie Sorosiak. Shiro was the lucky winner and I happen to be the owner. I, Cosmo is a true gem. Cosmo, a thirteen year old Goldie, does everything in his power to keep his family
Dave from The Write Reads is running a huge book tour for A Different Time by Michael K. Hill. When I first read the blurb it reminded me of The Lakehouse. I loved that hoped and I hoped I’d love this book just as much. The raving reviews only heightened my expectations, which isn’t always
You Make Me by Erin McCarthy is a steamy romance novel, not my usual pick, but I read it anyway. Three stars, not recommended.
Heavenward by Olga Gibbs is a paranormal romance with a lot of potential, but isn’t there yet. Too many adjectives and not enough character development. Three stars.
All Systems Red by Martha Wells is the first in The Murderbot Diaries series. Murderbot is a robot with organic parts who hacked its module and is now a free agent. Follow their journey as the expedition encounters hostile behaviour.