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Year: 2019

New Releases

Win a 2020 Pre-Order

Are you overwhelmed by the number of amazing sounding books coming out next year? No idea how you’ll get your hands on them? Let me help out! The winner can pick a pre-order of a 2020 release (up to maximum value of Β£20). The giveaway…

List, Top Ten

Best Of 2019

As we approach the end of the year, it’s time to share my favourite reads from 2019. I gave 19 books 5 stars this year, so it’s been hard to whittle this list down to ten. The Familiars by Stacey Halls Witches seem to be…

General Fiction

Oligarchy

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book free of charge for review purposes only. Receipt of a book does not guarantee a review or endorsement. My reviews are my honest opinion and are not biased for the purpose of personal gain. The daughter of…

Fantasy

The Secret Chapter

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book free of charge for review purposes only. Receipt of a book does not guarantee a review or endorsement. My reviews are my honest opinion and are not biased for the purpose of personal gain. I would like…

Science Fiction

The Warehouse

With temperatures and unemployment rising, one American company is striving. Cloud. Each MotherCloud is a city, a huge warehouse with accommodation, food, healthcare and entertainment for its thousands of employees. There’s no reason to leave. You’re lucky to get a job there. Cloud is quite…

New Releases

On My Radar: November

A little later than usual, here’s my round up of intriguing sounding books hitting the shelves in November. I’m most excited about The Toll and The Secret Chapter. As always, inclusion here isn’t an endorsement and books may be available on different dates in different…

5 Star, Fantasy

Pet

Lucille is a place free from monsters, without prejudice or danger. But when a creature climbs out of her mother’s painting, Jam is faced with the idea that maybe there are still monsters in this world. The only problem is, no one believes in them…