Synopsis: You'd die for your family. But would you kill for them? Family is everything. So what if yours was being terrorised by a neighbour - a man who doesn't listen to reason, whose actions become more erratic and sinister with each passing day? And those you thought would help - the police, your lawyer … Continue reading DNF Review: Fear by Dirk Kurbjuweit
Hello everyone! Today I'm bringing something a little bit different! I teamed up with Inside my Library Mind on her new Book Swap series! Basically, we look at their "read" shelf on Goodreads, pick a few books we would like to read ourselves, and then out of the books you picked, they will recommend the … Continue reading Book Swap with Inside my Library Mind!
Hello everyone! Here is my latest Netgalley picks blog post. OK, so after bragging about how good I was at getting this post out on time last week, here I am, publishing this on the wrong day again! Monday was a super busy day for me, work was manic, I had a very short lunch … Continue reading Netgalley picks of the week | 12th – 19th February
I'm sure most bookworms can relate, but I have an awful lot of novels that I've bought and then never read! And I'm not talking about bought a month ago, I'm talkng bought a year, maybe 2 years, ago! Why do we do it? Why aren't we able to resist a good book deal when … Continue reading Books I HAVE TO read in 2018 a.k.a my TBR for the year
I'm usually good at only adding 3 books to my TBR over two weeks, but I've added 5 this time! There's just so many books I want to read. Synopsis: Teenager Susan Garth was “a clean-talking sweet little girl” of high school age before she started having “fits”—a sudden aversion to churches and a newfound … Continue reading Friday Finds | 16th February
⭐⭐⭐ Synopsis: As a child, Luke’s mother often tells him the story of the Dumb House, an experiment on newborn babies raised in silence, designed to test the innateness of language. As Luke grows up, his interest in language and the delicate balance of life and death leads to amateur dissections of small animals – … Continue reading Review: The Dumb House by John Burnside