We are 1 week away from the Wonder Week Read-a-thon! 🎆🎆🎆🎆 Are you ready? I sure am! I have sorted my TBR as well and consists of a book that: has assassins: I am Number 4 by Pitacus Lore is contemporary: Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon is fantasy: Realm of Mindweavers by Marianne Ratcliffe is under … Continue reading Wonder Week Read-a-thon: 25 Aug – 1st Sept 2017
"Allie Sheridan’s world is falling apart. Her brother’s run away from home. Her parents ignore her. And she’s just been arrested. Again. This time her parents have had enough. They cut her off from her friends and send her away to boarding school, far from her London friends. But at Cimmeria Academy, Allie is soon … Continue reading Night school by C.J.Daughterty (this review contains spoilers)
Two victims, one choice: to kill or be killed. The story of the girl escaping from the woods seems crazy. However, another victim is emerging claiming that someone kidnapped and imprisoned them until one of them killed the other one. Inspector Helen Grace is tasked to find the silent killer than imprisons its victims and … Continue reading To kill or be killed? Eeny Meeny by M.J.Arlidge
As soon as I received The last Shadow Gate which was published on the 7th of March 2017 I almost screamed! You guys know how much I love Michael's writing and for me this was his first book not zombie infested (Ha!) so I was really excited to read it. Like always, Michael delivers a … Continue reading The Last Shadow Gate by M.W.Garza – Review
For April in my new book club we were reading Sylvia Plath - The Bell Jar which was hrrat because I am a huge fan of her poetry. Plath's writing is witty, contemplative, and introspective and I loved it. I felt a profound connection with the main character and thoroughly enjoyed being in her head. … Continue reading Book club reading – April
Lilly White opens a strange box which puts her into the path of the God of Revenge himself because the box is not an usual box... I picked up this book firstly because it has a pretty-pretty cover, and secondly because it features witches. The frozen witch starts with a really good premise when Lilly … Continue reading The frozen witch by Odette C. Bell (book review)
...It's amazing!!! "Our world decayed and a new world arose from the ashes of the old. The Canaan tribe formed from the ruins of their oppressors, struggling to build a new world for themselves, challenged by the rise of a threat within and a familiar foe at their doorstep. Mia's position among the tribe has … Continue reading I finished reading Season of Decay by M.W. Garza and ….