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Month: March 2012

5 Star, General Fiction

The Hunger Trace

After the death of her husband, David, Maggie struggles to run his wildlife park in Derbyshire with little emotional support. She attempts to befriend Louisa, her neighbour, who was close friends with David but is faced with reluctance. Louisa has…

Young Adult

Goddess Interrupted

Goddess Interrupted is the sequel to The Goddess Test and therefore this review will contain spoilers for the previous book. There is also a short story, The Goddess Hunt which takes place between the two. Kate returns from her summer…

Uncategorized

Blogoversary Giveaway #3

Today’s blogoversary giveaway is for Victoria Watson’s short story collection, Letting Go, in ebook format. Please note, the ebook will be delivered in HMTL format which should be readable on your ereader but you may need an extra step to…

Uncategorized

Blogoversary Giveaway #1

One lucky winner will receive three signed paperbacks from Marika Cobbold and a runner up will receive a signed copy of Drowning Rose. This giveaway is open to European residents only (don’t fret, the rest of my blogoversary giveaways will…

Crime Fiction, Translation

Carnage

8:34am Fourteen people were dead. Twenty-one were wounded, some permanently. Hundreds would be scarred forever by what they had seen. Outside, the world was waking up. To start another day. Carnage is a short novella at 111 pages yet it…