Murder on Mustique by Anne Glenconner – Review

Genre: Mystery/SuspensePublished: December 2020Publisher: Hodder & StoughtonPages: 327My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋.5/5 “If circumstances go against you, keep your head up and smile.” Anne Glenconner, Murder on Mustique Mustique is a beautiful and peaceful private Island. Where the rich and famous go to spend their summers. There is no crime and everyone knows each other. But onContinue reading “Murder on Mustique by Anne Glenconner – Review”

Talking with serial killers: Dead men talking by Christopher Berry-Dee – Review

Non-FictionGenre: True-CrimePublished: May 2020Publisher: John Blake PublishingPages: 304My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋.5/5 “There was nothing they could have said or done. They were dead as soon as I saw them.” I think I have just fallen in love with reading true-crime. I have actually tried watching true-crime documentaries, but I just couldn’t get into it. Reading aboutContinue reading “Talking with serial killers: Dead men talking by Christopher Berry-Dee – Review”

This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor by Adam Kay – Review

Non-fictionGenre: Biography/HumourPublished: September 2017Publisher: PicadorPages: 256My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “It’s sink or swim, and you have to learn how to swim because otherwise a ton of patients sink with you.” Adam Kay, This is going to hurt If you have ever wondered what it is actually like to be a doctor, then this book may answerContinue reading “This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor by Adam Kay – Review”

The Taking of Annie Thorne by C.J. Tudor – Review

FictionGenre: Psychological ThrillerPublished: February 2019Publisher: Michael JosephPages: 346My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋.5/5 “The dead cannot hurt us. Bones are just bones. Shadows are nothing but shadows. Except shadows are never just shadows.” C.J. Tudor, The Taking of Annie Thorne One night In the small town of Arnhill, 8 year old Annie Thorne went missing. No one knowsContinue reading “The Taking of Annie Thorne by C.J. Tudor – Review”

Mermaid Fillet by Mia Arderne – Review

FictionGenre: Crime, FantasyPublished: August 2020Publisher: Kwela BooksPages: 224My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “Balance is not a thing of ease. Peace is not effortless. Peace is worked for and cultivated.” Mia Arderne, Mermaid Fillet ‘The only human ever born wearing Jordans receives a DM on Twitter after a gang-related hit. The mission: Find the Tamagochi, or else! ThisContinue reading “Mermaid Fillet by Mia Arderne – Review”

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke – Review

FictionGenre: FantasyPublished: September 2017Publisher: BloomsburyPages: 1006My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “A piece of writing is like a piece of magic. You create something out of nothing.”  Susanna Clarke In the early 19th century, it has been many years since magic has been practiced in England. Now magicians are gentlemen who only write and read about magic andContinue reading “Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke – Review”

Piranesi by Susanna Clarke – Review

FictionGenre: FantasyPublished: September 2020Publisher: BloomsburyPages: 245My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “The Beauty of the House is immeasurable; its Kindness infinite.” Susanna Clarke, Piranesi Piranesi lives alone in the House. We do not know when he arrived or for how long he has lived there.It is a labyrinth with never ending corridors, infinite halls and so much explore.Continue reading “Piranesi by Susanna Clarke – Review”

Why I started blogging after 30

Never in a million years would I have thought that I’d be starting a book blog at the age of 31. Having recently joined the world of Bookstagram and connecting with some of the most amazing booklovers, I decided to take the plunge and start my very own blog. Now, I am in no wayContinue reading “Why I started blogging after 30”

After The Silence by Louise O’Neill – Review

FictionGenre: Psychological ThrillerPublished: September 2019Publisher: RiverrunPages: 439My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 10 years ago on the small Irish Island of Inisrún, a young woman named Nessa Crowley was found dead under a suspicious circumstances at the Kinsella house after a party. Although her death was ruled a murder case, the person responsible was never found. The Kinsella’sContinue reading “After The Silence by Louise O’Neill – Review”

The Whisper Man by Alex North – Review

FictionGenre: Thriller/MysteryPublished: June 2019Publisher: Michael JosephPages: 389My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋.5/5 “If you leave a door half open, soon you’ll hear the whispers spoken. If your window’s left unlatched, you’ll hear him tapping at the glass. If you’re lonely, sad, and blue, the Whisper Man will come for you.” Alex North, THE WHISPER MAN Twenty years ago,Continue reading “The Whisper Man by Alex North – Review”

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