The sort of book filled with horrific surprises throughout. Each chapter adds dimension and darkness. Well worth the read for all fans of the original Frankenstein.
Sit somewhere between adult and YA. Short story esque style of a novel, worth a read if you enjoy non-linear fiction.
Conor’s mother is dying of cancer. Everyday is a tinged with battles, looking after himself, facing the bullies at school, being his own parent, anxiously wishing his… Read more “A Monster Calls”
I’ve been looking forward to reading this book for a few months now after I read a glowing review from Emily May on Goodreads. I wasn’t disappointed but I wasn’t blown away either.
I consumed these titles like it was all I had to do between one journey and another. While working, my mind came again and again to the people waiting between the pages ready to start their journey as much as I was.
Four-year old Kate, one year-old Michael and baby Emma are taken from their beds and left at an orphanage in the care of an alcoholic nun. We leap… Read more “The Emerald Atlas”
This is one of those popular books that if you haven’t read, you must have heard about. Meet Thursday Next, a detective in a world that is… Read more “The Eyre Affair”
If you’re one of those poor souls that hasn’t yet had the pleasure of entering the Dark Hunter universe, my sincere condolences and I hope you remedy… Read more “Bad Moon Rising”
The second part to a series which completely escaped my radar, The Wildkin’s Curse is a fast paced book filled with high adventure and wit. The kind… Read more “The Wildkin’s Curse”