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

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

Book Review: To Have and To Hoax

Previously: The Wrath and the Dawn Book Review| Coming Soon: Reading Long Books in a Short Time. To Have and To Hoax is a regency romance book published by Headline Eternal on the 7th of April 2020. It follows a married couple, James and Violet, who have fallen out after an argument years before. Fed… Continue reading Book Review: To Have and To Hoax

Book Review: The Wrath and the Dawn

Previously: May TBR| Coming Soon: To Have and To Hoax Book Review The Wrath and the Dawn is a YA fantasy book by Renee Ahdieh, which is inspired by The Arabian Nights. It follows a girl called Shahrzad who volunteers herself to be the bride of the Caliph, who has a reputation of killing his… Continue reading Book Review: The Wrath and the Dawn

Book Review: Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare

Previously: Women's Prize Shortlist|Coming Soon: OWLs Wrap-Up Chain of Gold was a huge release of March, sharing its release date of Match 3rd with Sarah J. Maas’s Crescent City. Published by Walker Books, I believe it’s the fourteenth full-length Shadowhunter novel, which is a YA urban fantasy series. According to the author, you do not… Continue reading Book Review: Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare

Book Review: Nightingale Point by Luan Goldie

Previously- Crescent City Review|Coming Soon- My Highest Rated Books on GoodReads Nightingale Point is a contemporary novel that was published by Harper Collins in July of 2019. It follows a group of residents at a London high-rise block of flats on as a tragic event occurs. This book was longlisted for the Women’s Prize for… Continue reading Book Review: Nightingale Point by Luan Goldie

Book Review- Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas

Previously- Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities|Coming Soon- Nightingale Point Book Review I’m sure everyone knows what this book is by now, given that it has been one of the most anticipated releases since it was first announced. But, just in case you don’t know, House of Earth and Blood is the first… Continue reading Book Review- Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas