The Supreme Lie

I was lucky enough to request and be approved to read this on netgalley in exchange for an honest (but late - sorry!) review. All views and opinions are my own. The Supreme Lie by Geraldine McCaughrean, cover art by Leo Nickolls, interior art by Keith Robinson, published by Usborne I had high hopes for... Continue Reading →

The Fountains of Silence

I was so thrilled to be offered a free copy of this to review. All views and opinions are my own. The Fountains of Silence by Ruta Sepetys Let me preface this review with a warning - this was one of those books I utterly loved, so apologies in advance for fangirling, waxing lyrical and/or... Continue Reading →

The Lost Future of Pepperharrow

I was lucky enough to request and receive a copy of this from the publishers in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own, and I have since bought a finished copy too. The Lost Future of Pepperharrow by Natasha Pulley I loved The Watchmaker of Filigree Street, Natasha Pulley's first... Continue Reading →

Gingerbread

I requested and received an advance copy of this free from the publishers, in exchange for an honest review. All views are my own. Ever since I read 'Boy, Snow, Bird' a few years ago I've been a huge fan of Helen Oyeyemi's books, so when I saw this was coming out I was VERY... Continue Reading →

WWW Wednesday 3/4/19

WWW Wednesday is hosted by ‘Taking on a World of Words’ every Wednesday': What are you currently reading? The Apprentice Witch by James Nicol I mentioned last week how I'd chosen to read the e-book of this (from the library) on my phone so I can read in bed without waking Peapod! It's been a... Continue Reading →

WWW Wednesday 20/2/19

WWW Wednesday is hosted by ‘Taking on a World of Words’ every Wednesday': What are you currently reading? Monsters by Sharon Dogar. I'm still chipping away at Monsters. I have mixed feelings on this one but I definitely want to see it through to the end. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J... Continue Reading →

Mini Monday – a YA double bill

I requested and received advance copies of both books free from the publishers, in exchange for an honest review. All views are my own. This month I've read two YA books, both by authors whose debuts I read and loved last year, so I was very lucky and very excited to get early copies of... Continue Reading →

The Restless Girls

When I was younger, Twelve Dancing Princesses was one of my favourite stories. Something about the midnight trips out, the worn out shoes, the boats to magical forests and dancing maybe. As a huge fan of Jessie Burton's adult novels 'The Miniaturist' and 'The Muse', I was very excited to hear she was writing a... Continue Reading →

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