Book Review – Clarissa’s Warning by Isobel Blackthorn

This was a very slow paced tale where everything was described in detail. The story had Claire winning the lottery and buying the ruins in an island, going about to renovate them with workers who were weirdly reluctant. And then strange things started happening to the workers which then moved on to her, reminding her … Continue reading Book Review – Clarissa’s Warning by Isobel Blackthorn

Book Review – In the Shadow of the House of God by Jeffrey G. Roberts

The book started with a bang with a conversation between God and Satan regarding religion and humanity. They place a wager; 4 people would be brought from the different corners of the Earth and made to spend time together in a place of God's creation. Devil supposed they would kill each other, God believed in … Continue reading Book Review – In the Shadow of the House of God by Jeffrey G. Roberts

Book Review – Kyle Harrison Movie Star by Robertson Tait

A light fluffy read in between my thrillers, I read this book in an hour. The entire story was about a young Scottish man's rise from a relatively unknown life to the fame of Hollywood. Kyle was discovered by a director before a screen test, upgraded from economy to a business class on the flight, … Continue reading Book Review – Kyle Harrison Movie Star by Robertson Tait

Book Review – The Escape Room by Megan Goldin

This was seriously good reading. I first saw the review on Ludwig's blog, and the entire concept fascinated me from the get go. Then Brittany came up with a brilliant plan to buddy read with me... Well that was the perfect push for me to read the book ASAP. I enjoyed my discussions with her … Continue reading Book Review – The Escape Room by Megan Goldin

Interview – Author B R Maycock

I got the opportunity to grill...err interview our very own blogger turned author or is it author turned blogger Bernadette a.k.a Bernie. And she is as delightful as her book. Read her answers.. They are filled with a joie de vivre which made me smile right through.. 1) Tell me something about yourself. Who is … Continue reading Interview – Author B R Maycock

Book Review – Snowday by B R Maycock

When I came to know that Bernadette a.k.a Bernie to her friends had come out with a new book, I was most excited. I hurried post haste and downloaded her book. Thank God for Kindle Unlimited. Bernadette writes fabulous book reviews. Do check out her blog too an of course, READ HER BOOK!! This was … Continue reading Book Review – Snowday by B R Maycock

Book Review – The Side Job by Don Lubov

I am not the target audience for this read. This book tells a simplistic story of Maggie's life from being pregnant at 17 with no job prospectus to becoming a hit man for the mob. At 110 pages, this is a fast read where the author Don Lubov has written the story in a straightforward … Continue reading Book Review – The Side Job by Don Lubov

Book Review – Initiated to Kill by Sharlene Almond

The blurb promised me a connection between Jack the Ripper and the new 2010 serial killer who roamed the streets of Seville, Spain, each belonging to the powerful organization of the Freemasons. My first book by Sharlene Almond, the story had me delving into the pages to get to the good parts of this mystery … Continue reading Book Review – Initiated to Kill by Sharlene Almond

Book Review – Dragon Speaker by Elana A Mugdan

This book had all the facets that I love. Dragons - check☑️ Dragon speaker - check☑️ Bond between them - check☑️ Magic wielder - check☑️ Good vs evil - check☑️ Underdog heroes - check☑️ A fab villain - check☑️ A Goddess with secrets - check☑️ Worldbuilding - check☑️ Fast pace - check☑️ The book took … Continue reading Book Review – Dragon Speaker by Elana A Mugdan

Book Review – The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides #TheSilentPatient @AlexMichaelides @OrionBooks

Have you ever seen a game of cards which is nothing but a battle of wills where the two players seem nonchalant, but there is this edge in their attitude, just a sliver, which tells you that something is just about to happen?!! And something does happen, one of the players folds, just surrenders!! What … Continue reading Book Review – The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides #TheSilentPatient @AlexMichaelides @OrionBooks

Book Review – In The Silence by M. R. MacKenzie

I wanted to like this book because it was a murder mystery, and the background motive made sense to me. But alas I didn't, as most of the book didn't make sense to me. Anna comes home to Glasgow for Zoe's birthday after 10 years and gets a chance meeting with her teen crush Andrew … Continue reading Book Review – In The Silence by M. R. MacKenzie

Book Review – Our Frail Disordered Lives

This book started out with low level demon minion, Roach, wanting to prove his worth to his boss Satan. All for wanting to be the lead in the next demonic production of Dante's Inferno. Roach goes rogue, comes up to Earth in disguise, along with his best friend Scorch decides to go after Larry's soul, … Continue reading Book Review – Our Frail Disordered Lives

Book Review – Cuckoo by Sophie Draper

My review A hollow creaky house, a haunting melody from the pear drum, a hurl from the bannister, and a hallucinating main character make this book a vortex of swirling visions. Here realities are dreams, and dreams are illusions. The images painted have their base in stories, and these stories prey on the mind till … Continue reading Book Review – Cuckoo by Sophie Draper

Book Review – Love You Gone by Rona Halsall

My review I loved this book thoroughly!! Absolute mind blowing, different thriller, though some parts may be slightly unbelievable What do you call a book where the events make your pulse race? What do you call a book where the plan unfolding makes you hold your breath? What do you call a book where you … Continue reading Book Review – Love You Gone by Rona Halsall

Book Review – The Classroom by A. L. Bird

My review A story of 2 women and 1 man which was interlinked between them. A triangle is never a good thing in a relationship, and neither was this... One was mother Kirsten who said she loved her daughter but never found time for her. One was a teacher Miriam who had a special eye … Continue reading Book Review – The Classroom by A. L. Bird

Book Review – The Little Christmas Teashop of Second Chances by Donna Ashcroft

My review This was a cute book of a woman finding her confidence and inner fire and going for her passion. All Lily wanted was to be a chef and all that was stopping her was her insecurity. The way she saw herself. Till she met Josh and their interactions gave her the confidence to … Continue reading Book Review – The Little Christmas Teashop of Second Chances by Donna Ashcroft

Book Review – Malice by Jennifer Jaynes

My review This started out as a medical thriller with an unknown drug Respiron being promoted as a vaccine against the common cold till children started getting seriously sick and dying. This was one of the plots, involving paediatrician Dr. Daniel Winters as his patient too got sick. The book also had a second plot … Continue reading Book Review – Malice by Jennifer Jaynes

Book Review – The Secrets We Keep by Kate Hewitt

My review Secrets, secrets, don't tell anyone Live the life, pretend the fun Keep them covered, keep them hidden They can be one, they can be ten Pretend they don't bother They will come out, one way or the other Secrets, secrets don't tell anyone Live the life, pretend the fun... And this was exactly … Continue reading Book Review – The Secrets We Keep by Kate Hewitt

Author Interview – Thomas Zman @ThomasZman1

Today I take great pride to interview Thomas Zman, author of Before It Began 1. Hey Tom, welcome to my blog. I hope you have a fun time with me. Tell me something about yourself? Who is Thomas Zieman? I am a retired baker who’s always had a fascination with science fiction. I worked for … Continue reading Author Interview – Thomas Zman @ThomasZman1

Book Review – Daughter of Light and Shadows by Anna McKerrow

My review The cover intrigued me, the genre said fantasy, so I had to try this book from the new author, Anna McKerrow. The story did capture me initially, the prologue laid the myth of the witches of the land and their curse on the village. That intrigued me. Then the book introduced me to … Continue reading Book Review – Daughter of Light and Shadows by Anna McKerrow

Book Review – The Perfect Family by Shalini Boland

My review I somehow had a feeling that this book by author Shalini Boland was going to be a fabulous read. I hadn't liked her previous 2 books. And my intuition proved correct. This was one heck of a ride!! The story started with an absolute heart stopping bang - little Katie was missing with … Continue reading Book Review – The Perfect Family by Shalini Boland

Book Review – If They Knew by Joanne Sefton

My review This book barely escaped being a DNF by the skin of its teeth... Whew!! A thriller of secrets which didn't thrill or entice me. I love a book which has secrets hidden in its pages, but the writing here was so s. l. o. w., that everything in the world including painting my … Continue reading Book Review – If They Knew by Joanne Sefton

Book Review – Secrets at Meadowbrook Manor by Faith Bleasdale

My review I picked up this book due to the cute cover and blurb which caught my eye with the secrets hidden in it. My first book by Faith Bleasdale, and the book made a fairly enjoyable read. The story goes thus, Gemma is hired to convert Meadowbrook Manor into a hotel. Gemma not only … Continue reading Book Review – Secrets at Meadowbrook Manor by Faith Bleasdale

Book Review – The Coordinates of Loss by Amanda Prowse

My review Amanda Prowse has always been the 'Queen of Emotions' for me. Her books have always made me run for tissues, a big box load of them. I generally read her books with tears down my cheeks along with a smile on my lips. This book too had its moments when my eyes would … Continue reading Book Review – The Coordinates of Loss by Amanda Prowse

Book Review – Something Wicked by Kerry Wilkinson

My review This is the first book in the Andrew Hunter series, a private investigator who took up following deterring wayward husbands, till Richard Carr comes to his office asking him to find his son Nicholas Carr. The book took its time helping me to find a rhythm in its read, there were too many … Continue reading Book Review – Something Wicked by Kerry Wilkinson