Book Review: One by One

Previously: The Tower of Fools Review | Coming Soon: December Reading Wrap-Up One by One is Ruth Ware’s latest thriller around a group of co-workers who get trapped in a ski-chalet after an avalanche. It is published by Vintage Publishing and is released on the 12th of November 2020. I very kindly received an eARC… Continue reading Book Review: One by One

Book Review: The Tower of Fools

Previously: The Devil and the Dark Water Review |Coming Soon: One by One Review The Tower of Fools is a historical fantasy novel by Andrzej Sapkowski, best known for the Witcher books. It was published originally in Polish in 2002 but Gollancz is bringing us a translation by David French on the 27th of October… Continue reading Book Review: The Tower of Fools

Book Review: The Devil and the Dark Water

Previously: The Guest List Book Review| Coming Soon: The Tower of Fools Review The Devil and the Dark Water is the second book from Stuart Turton, the first being The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (Alternatively titled The Seven and a Half Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle across the pond). It is a historical fiction mystery… Continue reading Book Review: The Devil and the Dark Water

Book Review: The Guest List

Previously: September TBR|Coming Soon: The Devil and the Dark Water Book Review The Guest List is a contemporary mystery/thriller by Lucy Foley and published on the 19th of March 2020 by Harper Collins. It follows several guests over two timelines at an exclusive island wedding where one is killed. It was also part of Kayla@BooksandLala’s… Continue reading Book Review: The Guest List

Book Review: The Last Wish

Previously: Girl, Woman, Other Review| Coming Soon: Booker Longlist TBR 2020 The Last Wish is an adult fantasy book that collects four short stories from the world of the Witcher. It was first published in Polish in 1993, translated into English by Danusia Stokto, and published in the UK by Gollancz in 2007. It follows… Continue reading Book Review: The Last Wish

Book Review: Girl, Woman, Other

Previously: Reviewing the Shortest Books I've Read | Coming Soon: The Last Wish Review Girl, Woman, Other is a contemporary fiction novel by Bernadine Evaristo, published by Penguin on May 2nd 2019. Each chapter follows a different black woman living in Britain and their experiences. The book has already had a lot of critical acclaims,… Continue reading Book Review: Girl, Woman, Other

Reviewing the Shortest Books I’ve Read

Previously: June Reading Wrap-Up|Coming Soon: Girl, Woman, Other Review. To contrast with my post reviewing the longest books I've gone in the opposite direction so we can take a look at the shortest book's I've read to date. There are a couple more rules this time to try and keep the list interesting. As before… Continue reading Reviewing the Shortest Books I’ve Read

Book Review: Expiry Date

Previously: Aurora Burning Book Review|Coming soon: Meet Your Myth Taker Wrap-Up Expiry Date is the third book in Rachel Ward’s Ant & Bea Mysteries, a cosy murder mystery series set at a supermarket. When a body turns up on a nearby building site it throws suspicion onto Bea’s deceased father. With him not able to… Continue reading Book Review: Expiry Date

Book Review: Aurora Burning

Previously: Throwback Thursday 2019 Releases|Coming Soon: Expiry Date Review Aurora Burning is the newest sci-fi book from the co-author team of Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, who brought us the Illuminae trilogy. Published on the 5th of May 2020 by Rock the Boat Publishing in the UK it is the sequel to Aurora Rising, a… Continue reading Book Review: Aurora Burning

Throwback Thursday: 2019 Releases- The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Previously: Olympic Games TBR| Coming Soon: Aurora Burning Review Author's Note: I wrote this post in December 2019 and for some reason I never got around to posting it. It was also inspired by another blogger, though I'm sorry to say I no longer know who. After almost deleting it I thought that it would… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: 2019 Releases- The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly