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Month: February 2014

Fantasy

A Natural History of Dragons

Lady Trent is a world renowned expert on dragons, whose scientific study helped the world understand these remarkable beasts. Her memoir tells the tale of how she went from a bookish, dragon-obsessed girl to a young woman, bound by the rules of Scirland society yet…

Science Fiction

The Wicked We Have Done

There’s a controversial new technology that will determine whether criminals should live or die. On trial for acts of terrorism, Evalyn chooses the Compass Room, convinced she will meet her end within the confines of the prison. I know I don’t usually like comparisons, but…

Uncategorized

Hello Bookbridgr!

Today see’s the launch of bookbridgr, a new online resource for bloggers from Headline. Yet another site that has lost a vowel, I here you say. However, you can use it to request review copies, both ebook and print, direct from the publicists as well…

Chick-Lit, Romance

Attachments

The year is 1999. Lincoln’s job is to read the newspaper employee’s emails. Well, at least the ones that are flagged up by WebFence. He’s meant to send them warnings, but there’s something about Beth and Jennifer’s exchanges. With nothing better to do on the…

Uncategorized

Win The Book of You!

Clarissa is becoming more and more frightened of her colleague, Rafe. He won’t leave her alone, and he refuses to take no for an answer. He is always there. Being selected for jury service is a relief. The courtroom is a safe haven, a place…

Books In

Incoming!

AKA Showcase Sunday I’ve already read The Shock of the Fall and loved it (review coming soon) although it has left me wanting to read something upbeat. I’ve also started Attachments already, gone are the days of books lingering unread on my shelves for years…

Translation

The Dead Lake

The joy of the steppe, the joy of music and joy of childhood always coexisted in Yerzhan with the anticipation of that inescapable, terrible, abominable thing that came as a rumbling and a trembling, and then a swirling, sweeping tornado from the Zone. Yerzhan is…

Fantasy, Young Adult

The Seers

The Seers is the sequel to The Holders and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. Ciaran Shea could be Becca’s only clue to finding out what Darragh, the man who nearly destroyed her, is up to. In a bid to find…