The End Of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird – Review

FictionGenre: Thriller/DystopianPublished: June 2021Publisher: HarperCollinsUKPages: 407My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “We’re used to scary diseases starting in faraway places and being brought here. Maybe that’s why we underestimated it. Scotland? we all thought. Surely a dangerous disease can’t start there.“ Christina sweeney-baird, the end of men It’s the year 2025, in Glasgow Scotland a male patient comesContinue reading “The End Of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird – Review”

Peaces by Helen Oyeyemi – Review

FictionGenre: Literary Fiction Published: May 2021Publisher: Faber & FaberPages: 256My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋.5/5 “The Lakes and Mountains Route, that’s what it said on our ticket, along with our names, the name of the train, and the name of our carriage. That was it.” Helen Oyeyemi, Peaces Peaces follows the journey of a couple named Otto andContinue reading “Peaces by Helen Oyeyemi – Review”

Watch Her Fall by Erin Kelly – Review

FictionGenre: ThrillerPublished: May 2021Publisher: Hodder & StoughtonPages: 391My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “He had been waiting her whole career, which was now her whole life, for her to grow into the ultimate role. And now every ten hour day, every bloodied ballet shoe, every pleasure denied, had paid off.” Erin Kelly, Watch Her Fall Ava Kirilova hasContinue reading “Watch Her Fall by Erin Kelly – Review”

Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner – Review

FictionGenre: ThrillerPublished: May 2021Publisher: BloomsburyPages: 442My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “She knows all these secrets now – I have revealed them to her, one by one. She knows I’ve got no excuse.” Katherine Faulkner, Greenwich park The story begins when main character Helen goes to an antenatal class🤰🏽While waiting for her husband, brother and sister-in-law who isContinue reading “Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner – Review”

Ariadne by Jennifer Saint – Review

FictionGenre: ThrillerPublished: March 2021Publisher: WildfirePages: 389My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋.5/5 “What I did not know was that I had hit upon a truth of womanhood: however blameless a life we led, the passions and the greed of me could bring us to ruin, and there was nothing we could do.” Jennifer saint, ariadne Ariadne is a princessContinue reading “Ariadne by Jennifer Saint – Review”

Little Disasters by Sarah Vaughan – Review

FictionGenre: ThrillerPublished: April 2021Publisher: Simon & Schuster UKPages: 415My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “And I want to remind us all to cherish this. These highs of motherhood that sustain us ; that buoy us up when we’re exhausted, or anxious, or it all feels like a bit if a struggle; these perfect, necessary moments.” Sarah vaughan, littleContinue reading “Little Disasters by Sarah Vaughan – Review”

Surrogate by Susan Spindler – Review

FictionGenre: SuspensePublished: May 2021Publisher: Little BrownPages: 369My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “Contraception, abortion, infertility – they’re central to the physical and ethical experience of being a female, but we never join up the dots and talk about them honestly.” Susan Spindler, Surrogate Fifty-four year old Ruth has worked hard to build the life she has. A successfulContinue reading “Surrogate by Susan Spindler – Review”

Girl In The Walls by A.J. Gnuse – Review

Fiction Genre: Suspense/Coming-of-agePublished: April 2021Publisher: HarperCollins UKPages: 359My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 stars The Girl in The Walls stays safe because she hides. She doesn’t meddle in problems she can avoid. A.J. Gnuse, Girl In The Walls Elise is an orphaned young girl living in the walls of her former family home after her parents were killed in aContinue reading “Girl In The Walls by A.J. Gnuse – Review”

The Divines by Ellie Eaton – Review

FictionGenre: Coming-Of-Age Published: February 2021Publisher: Hodder & StoughtonPages: 306My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “I am Divine. My mother was Divine and her mother before that, which isn’t uncommon.” Ellie Eaton, The Divines St. John the Divine was an elite all-girls boarding school. Generations of women from the same families attended this school. Bad attitudes and misbehaving wasContinue reading “The Divines by Ellie Eaton – Review”

Black Widows by Cate Quinn – Review

Fiction Genre: ThrillerPublished: March 2021Publisher: OrionPages: 466My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “He had a way of talkin’ to all of us, where you just felt what he was sayin’ was only for you. Like he could see into your soul or somethin’.“ Cate Quinn, Black Widows Rachel, Tina and Emily are all very different, but the oneContinue reading “Black Widows by Cate Quinn – Review”


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