Book Review – The Warning by Kathryn Croft

My review Man, what a book!! Can I repeat it again - What a book!! I loved how the book began, it has been three years since Zoe's son Ethan died via accidental drowning in the river along with his best friend Josh, when suddenly Zoe gets a warning. An email which casts suspicion that … Continue reading Book Review – The Warning by Kathryn Croft

Book Review – Academic Curveball by James J Cudney IV

My first friend in this blogging world, my best friend who listens to all my complaints and who keeps me sane, a blogger friendly, a reader voracious, a reviewer kind, and a writer extraordinary. He is someone whom I have pinged at all the oddest hours, he is someone I trouble at his early hours … Continue reading Book Review – Academic Curveball by James J Cudney IV

Book Review – Return to the Little Cottage on the Hill

My review Emma Davies is one author whose books make me fall in love and feel gooey inside. Her books are a comfort when things get tough. Her writing makes me feel warm as if I am meeting a long lost friend. This book too had main character Megan feeling betrayed when a rival design … Continue reading Book Review – Return to the Little Cottage on the Hill

Book Review – A Flight of Broken Wings by Nupur Chowdhury

My review I loved, loved this book. The story made me soar in the skies of Vaan where the sun shone forever, and it grounded me to the realm of Vandram on Earth, where the evil Queen had a new plan. At one end were the Aerials and at the other, the humans, mortal enemies … Continue reading Book Review – A Flight of Broken Wings by Nupur Chowdhury

Book Review – The Mask Shop of Doctor Blaack

My review With Halloween approaching, I thought this would be the best book to review. I loved the blurb which appeared fantastical and mildly horrific. So I immediately had to read this book. The cover too pulled me in. The book started with a bang with Trevor wanting the best costume for trick or treating. … Continue reading Book Review – The Mask Shop of Doctor Blaack

Book Review – The Forgotten Child by Melissa Erin Jackson

My review I loved the way the book started. It had the right amount of horror and paranormal. The story had Riley, a reluctant medium, forced to spend a weekend with friends in Jordanville Ranch, home of deceased serial killer, Orin Jacobs. There Riley not only met the evil force of Orin, but a gentle … Continue reading Book Review – The Forgotten Child by Melissa Erin Jackson

Book Review – Willow Bloom and the Dream Keepers by E. V. Farrell

My review Willow Bloom, a few days prior to her 13th birthday, discovers the secrets of her life. She is the Light Keeper, the Awakened, who is supposed to maintain light flow between Earth and the Dream Keepers' world, Thera. A pathway which keeps the dreams of humans alive so that they are a potential … Continue reading Book Review – Willow Bloom and the Dream Keepers by E. V. Farrell

Book Review – Finders, Not Keepers by D. E. Haggerty

My review This was a cute book to read, a combination of chick-lit and cozy, perfect for the Saturday afternoon. The story goes thus, Terri finds a diamond necklace in the attic, she wants to give it to the rightful owners, hence goes in search of them. In due course, she finds herself entrusted with … Continue reading Book Review – Finders, Not Keepers by D. E. Haggerty

Book Review – Spin by Maksim Malik

My review A true sci-fi thriller, the book has Nadani Jagi, a freelance spacer, living in her ship, the Astromancer, who finds herself bound in a contract of transporting slaves. This one job leads her to the bigger plot where she is implanted with infobots carrying sensitive information, and everyone in space from Government officials … Continue reading Book Review – Spin by Maksim Malik

Book Review – One Very Odd Teacher by Robbie Yates @robbie_b_yates

My review One of the best books that I have read in recent times. The story goes thus, Adam finds something odd about his teacher, Mrs Murphy, and sets about investigating and getting to the bottom of the truth along with his best friend Jennifer. This book was everything what a children's book ought to … Continue reading Book Review – One Very Odd Teacher by Robbie Yates @robbie_b_yates

Book Review – Coming Home to Maple Cottage by Holly Martin

My review There is a saying "Save the best for last" and Holly Martin has done just that. A fabulous book from start to finish. A book which captured me with its words. A book where my heart overfilled with love and hope. A book which I simply adored. I always have liked Holly Martin's … Continue reading Book Review – Coming Home to Maple Cottage by Holly Martin

Book Review – Elmwean’s Lodge by Gregory Tasoulas

My review I looked at the cover and I was pretty enamored. I strove hard to get to the root of the book. The concepts written were deep and philosophical. The style of writing was more like an entry into a logbook, which in recent times, seemed to have gained popularity. The plot and worldbuilding … Continue reading Book Review – Elmwean’s Lodge by Gregory Tasoulas

Book Review – The Birthday by Carol Wyer

My review Carol Wyer has done it again!! After Robyn Carter, she has come out with another brilliant main character, Detective Natalie Ward. Carol's investigative writing is as superlative in this book as her others. The story starts with the disappearance of a child Ava Sawyer from an outdoor birthday party in 2015 whose bones … Continue reading Book Review – The Birthday by Carol Wyer

Book Review – Evie’s Little Black Book by Hannah Pearl

My review This was totally a fun book where Evie finds her little black book, a journal if sorts, where all her past dates/relationships have been chronicled. And Evie then decides to meet up with her ex-dates to find out what went wrong. My first book by author Hannah Pearl, had me smiling and chuckling … Continue reading Book Review – Evie’s Little Black Book by Hannah Pearl

Book Review – The proposal by S. E. Lynes

My review This is one of the most difficult reviews I would have probably written. The book was so different, gruesome in places that I had no idea of what I was reading. The story started innocently enough about a not so successful author Pippa opening the door for the ex-criminal salesman, Ryan/Gary, and then … Continue reading Book Review – The proposal by S. E. Lynes

Book Review – The Weeping Books of Blinney Lane by Drea Damara

I start the blog tour with the review of the fantasy book by Drea Damara, in the land of Farwin Woods and Blinney Lane where creatures like stroomphbutals reside, curses show their effects and varied characters make up this colorful tale... Digital Reads Blog Tours presents The Weeping Books of Blinney Lane by Drea Damara. … Continue reading Book Review – The Weeping Books of Blinney Lane by Drea Damara

Book Review – Time Crawlers by Varun Sayal

Book blurb & My views Stories 1. Nark-astra, The Hell Weapon: The weapons he possesses make him the destroyer of worlds, and he burns for revenge. A high-tech take on ancient Indian mythology. My views - I like books which amalgamate Hindu mythology with sci-fi. I sincerely believe that all the new space stories discovered … Continue reading Book Review – Time Crawlers by Varun Sayal

Book Review – Summer Getaway by Tilly Tennant

My review I chose a light-hearted book to cleanse my reading mojo, to pace the way for an intense read. The book started strong with a loving mother-daughter duo, Ashley and Molly, with grandmother Sue. Ashley had Molly at the tender of 18 after a night of romance, yet could not keep in touch with … Continue reading Book Review – Summer Getaway by Tilly Tennant