Category: 2018

Kick the Moon by Muhammad Khan

Muhammad Khan’s second novel is a relevant cautionary tale of self realisation, challenging the trappings created by fear and, most importantly, acknowledging stereotypes of gender and culture before working against them. My affection for the protagonist hit me fast and hard. Ilyas is a…

Devoted by Jennifer Mathieu

Devoted is quite possibly the most difficult read I’ve ever experienced. It’s expertly written and contained wonderful, well rounded and well intended, characters to compliment a complex and compelling story. However, it really held me ransom and I had to take a few pauses…

Once & Future

By Amy Rose Capetta and Cori McCarthy “This time, Excalibur chooses her.” I finally watched Merlin last year. Yes, the BBC version that ended forever ago. Ever since I’ve been hooked on all things Arthurian. When given details about Once & Future, I audiably…

Jack Loves Rosie Blog Tour- Important Journeys

Rosie Loves Jack by Mal Darbon is one of my favourite reads of 2018. It hooked me from the first page and reduced me to tears by the delightful ending. It is my absolute pleasure to be part of this blog tour, telling you…

Q and A with Victor Dixen

If you were part of the crew, waiting to meet your future partner, what would your approach to the speed dating be?   Well, I think I would adopt the same position as Léonor: enjoy the trip to space and try to stay authentic,…

Distortion by @VictorDixen @HotKeyBooks

About: After a speed-dating show that is literally out of this world, twelve young astronauts are set to become the first humans to colonise Mars. They are also the victims of the cruellest of plots. Léonor thought she was a pioneer on an extraordinary…

OtherEarth by @jasonsegel and @banksirregular

//ws-eu.amazon-adsystem.com/widgets/q?ServiceVersion=20070822&OneJS=1&Operation=GetAdHtml&MarketPlace=GB&source=ss&ref=as_ss_li_til&ad_type=product_link&tracking_id=hscptcrash-21&language=en_GB&marketplace=amazon&region=GB&placement=B07BHMMR68&asins=B07BHMMR68&linkId=a4669b42ba9ef83fddade6ccec109185&show_border=true&link_opens_in_new_window=true What do you do when your first novel in the Otherworld trilogy is near perfect? Well, you up the stakes of course. And with Jason and Kirstin at the helm, boy do they amp up the pressure! A year ago, I went on…

City of Dust by @MKennyPR @HQDigitalUK

Character Talia is back on fighting form, with Max and her twin right at her side. The book jumps right back into Arafel life and brings with it a reunion of old friends and introduction of new players. Talia continues to remain a character…

The Heartsick series by @ChelseaCain wrap up

  Click on the title link below to see my coverage of individual books and commentary on who I’d cast in the prominent roles. Hint- David Harbour. Keep on reading and you’ll see a link to my Pintrest board that might compliment Cain’s AWESOME…

Kill You Twice by Chelsea Cain

Another crime thriller knocked out of the park. There’s development of relationships, a character back from a previous outing (Pearl) and one of the most heartbreaking ending of the series. This reread I found myself stalling while I read. I considered, very briefly, that…

The Night Season by Chelsea Cain

Han talks about her favourite of the series and dream casts some of the task force.

Evil at Heart by Chelsea Cain book review

Quite possibly book I’ve read least out of the series. Have no idea why as it’s an incredible addition to the series. I did notice during my reread it was the only I don’t own on kindle as well as paperback. My favourite aspect…