Review: Elmet

**This review is SPOILER FREE** I received an eARC of this book from the publisher, though NetGalley, but all opinions are, as always, solely my own.   Elmet, follows Daniel, a young boy, who lives with his Daddy and sister, Cathy, in a house they have built for themselves, in isolation. I wanted to read… Continue reading Review: Elmet

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March Wrap-Up

There are a whopping 14 books in my wrap-up this month, which had made me wonder if I should split the longer wrap-ups into two? What do you guys think?   The Only Story by Julian Barnes 🌟🌟🌟 I was very kindly since an eARC of this book from the publishers via NetGalley, but all options… Continue reading March Wrap-Up

ARC Haul #1

It has been a hot minute since I have received any ARCs, but like busses, you wait for one and four turn up at the same time. I was approved by all of these ARCs though NetGalley, and they are all kindle/ebook editions.   The Only Story by Julian Barnes [Pub. Date: February 1st 2018]… Continue reading ARC Haul #1

March TBR

Is this the latest TBR in the world?     The Damned, Volume One by Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt and Bill Crabtree This is the first of a couple of ARCs I was accepted for on NetGalley, and hopefully I either have a a haul, already up or on its way. This is the first… Continue reading March TBR

The Man Booker Shortlist 2017

Rolling on from last years attempt, I am (hopefully) going to read this shortlist in time for  the 2018 announcement. I am aware that this is probably old news by now, but if you wanted to know a bit more about this years shortlist, then you've come to the right place.     Lincoln in… Continue reading The Man Booker Shortlist 2017