TBR: January 2021

Previously: December Wrap-Up| Coming Soon: A Year in Books We all look forward the fresh promise that a new year seems to hold. No year has that been more true than this one. Although, as adults, we know that the first of January is just another day, we are persistent in our hope, our wish,… Continue reading TBR: January 2021

Reading Wrap-Up: December 2020

Previously: A Tale of Two Cities Masterlist| Coming Soon: January TBR Twisted Pride by Cora Reilly ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ In the third book of The Camorra Chronicles we follow the Capo himself, Remo Falcone, as he falls for the captured Outfit ice princess, Serafina Mancini. I was extra excited for Twisted Pride in particular because Remo is such a fascinating character… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: December 2020

RWM: A Tale of Two Cities Masterlist

Previously: Chapter XV| Welcome to the final Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities post. I hope you've enjoyed coming on this journey with me, I have certainly enjoyed it. I also like the idea that I'll always have a record of reading this book, even if it was for the second time. If… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities Masterlist

RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter XV

Previously: Book III, Chapter XIV| Coming Soon: Masterlist Welcome to the thirty-first, and the final week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter XV: The Footsteps Die Out Forever. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, November 26th 1859. The story so far…Madame Defarge is… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter XV

RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter XIV

Previously: Book III, Chapter XIII | Coming Soon: Book III, Chapter XV Welcome to the thirtieth, and penultimate week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter XIV: The Knitting Done. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, November 19th 1859. The story so far…Sydney has… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter XIV

RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter XIII

Previously: Book III, Chapters XI-XII| Coming Soon: Book III, Chapter XIV Welcome to the twenty-ninth week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter XIII: Fifty-Two. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, November 12th 1859. The story so far…Sydney begins to put a plan in… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter XIII

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

RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapters XI-XII

Previously: Book III, Chapter X| Coming Soon: Book III, Chapter XIII Welcome to the twenty-eighth week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter XI: Dusk and Chapter XII: Darkness. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, November 5th 1859. The story so far… Charles has… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapters XI-XII

RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter X

Previously: Book III, Chapter IX| Coming Soon: Book III, Chapter XI-XII Welcome to the twenty-seventh week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter X: The Substance of Shadow. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, October 29th 1859. The story so far… Charles is on… Continue reading RWM: A Tale of Two Cities, Book III, Chapter X

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