I am so grateful for these buddy reads because I am finding some truly wonderful books every month. Cemetery Boys isn’t a book I would have normally picked up but I fell in love with the story, the characters, the culture, just everything really.
Let me just start off by saying I loved this book!! I started it the other night after work and before I knew it I was nearly done. I couldn’t believe how quickly I managed to get through it. The story is easy to follow and I instantly fell in love with the world of mages, rangers and demons. The way the author describes the world makes it easy to visualise. It felt like I was there sometimes.
I’m a big fan of fantasy, dystopian books, especially when magic is involved and Marrow Charm had all of this. It was a bit overwhelming to begin with as you get thrown into this magical world, full of non-stop action. It then became extremely hard not to be consumed by the dystopian, creative world and I quickly became hooked until the very end!
Hello everyone!! Today is my stop on The Write Reads blog tour for Calico Thunder by T.A. Hernandez the 7th place finalist of the BBNYA. Here is my spotlight so you can learn more about this book!
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! My boyfriend and I have a planned a not so very Valentine’s Day because It’s not something we massively celebrate, apart from last year where we went to Prague. We are both doing something later that we have been wanting to do for ages. Yes, that’s right, make our own donna kebabs instead of a takeaway. I will have to update you if this fails or not. Anyway, here I am with another book review!
It’s Sunday! Is it just me or is February going really quick? Anyway! Today is my stop on the Ultimate Blog Tour for Bad Habits by Flynn Meaney. Thank you so much to Dave from The Write Reads and the author for a stop on the tour and a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review!
I think this is one of my favourite books of all time. I couldn’t put it down as I was so immersed in the story and needed to know who the murderer was! Unlike The Murder of Roger Ackroyd where I was actually able to figure out who the murderer was, I didn’t have a clue for Murder on the Orient Express.
It’s February and I’m kicking off the month with The Write Reads Blog Tour for Ever Alice by H.J Ramsay! I received this book to read and review as part of the 2020 BBNYA competition and the BBNYA tours organised by the TWR Tour team. All opinions are my own, unbiased and honest.
Happy Monday everyone! I hope everyone’s week starts off good! It’s my stop on the blog tour for White Trash Warlock by David R. Slayton, hosted by The Write Reads. Thank you so much for a copy of the book and a place on the blog tour in exchange for an honest review!
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is possibly one of the most well-known Agatha Christie mysteries and I can say that I was not disappointed! The plot is written amazingly but sometimes frustrating when you are about to discover a key bit of information and then it is withheld from the reader. I love this though! It really made me want to turn to the next page, hoping we would be given some information soon!