I read this one a while ago, when it first came out here, and I know really enjoyed it. But I’ve just re read it and it was as though I had never read it before. I love when that happens, as I could approach it without knowing who the bad guy or girl was and enjoy it as a first time again.Read More »
DARKNESS FALLS is the third in the Kate Marshall series from Robert Bryndza. A huge fan of his previous Erika Foster series, I am so happy that this newer series is also really really engaging and thrilling.Read More »
Now, this was a standalone from Ms Slaughter and I must say I have been waiting for this for a long time.
I, of course, need another Will and Sara in my life, but her standalones are just so gripping that I wait with just as much anticipation for them as I do the series’.
False Witness was amazing. Should I stop there? This review will generally just gush so be warned!!Read More »
100 stars. I loved it.
I think this is one of my favourite reads this year. Bought for me as a Christmas present, it is always a gamble as to whether I’ll like it or not…. But bestie obviously knows me well, this was amazing!!
The Good Samaritan is the story of Laura and Ryan and how their lives intertwine around the sad subject of suicide.Read More »
Ok, how to convey that I loved this book! Like proper loved this book I reckon I could write a dissertation on this book pulling out all the different bits that I spotted and loved about this book!
I was sending a friend of mine gushing texts about this book and telling her that she NEEDs to read it, oh and I also stayed up till 2am reading this book! I couldn’t put it down; I finished it less than 48 hours after getting it.Read More »
Written in blood is Chris Carter’s 11th book in the Robert Hunter series. I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. And I am delighted to say this book was amazing!
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Robert Hunter works with the UVC unit in LA. He and his partner, Garcia, investigate Ultra Violent Crimes, which includes serial killers. They are put on the trail of a prolific serial killer when a pickpocket, Angela, steals the killers bag containing his murder diary. The diary details the previous 16 murders committed by the killer. Hunter and Garcia must catch the perpetrator before he can kill again and protect Angela from him.
Everyone has a list of their favourite books of all time. Well maybe not a physical list, but definitely an idea floating around in their subconscious, of the books that they could read again and again, or that only needed reading once, but packed a massive punch. For those of us who have a passion for reading, the list of all time favourite reads can get a little long. But if you had to pick a top… 5… What would they be..? Here are our top 5 reads each and why we love them so much. Do you agree? What are your favourites? Let us know.Read More »
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It’s the lesser spotted Kate here.
I think my last book review was this one My Oxford Year by Julia Whelan or Kate’s Love Letter to Oxford., which a friend of mine lovingly referred to as me being on drugs and then on the come down, I love that feedback. I mean, how am I supposed to top that?Read More »
“The book was falling… I was reaching for it, and …. your lips were in the way” – I loved this line, it made me laugh so much.
Ah the joy of buying random books from Amazon for my Kindle. I saw this book initially on Goodreads and thought ah well, give it a go. I downloaded the sample chapter and had to download the rest of the book immediately. Now when I say I had to download immediately it was more to do with me being intrigued as to what was actually going on.
We LOVE reading other people’s round ups of their month of reading, so we thought we’d share what we’ve loved and not-so-loved this month in our bookish world. We’ve had a really good response so far to these monthly posts so Thank You xRead More »