Escape – Book Review

“To escape, you first have to set yourself free.” A book with intriguing cover art? Yep. Solid characters we grow to know and love? Yep. A plot that leaves you emotionally wrecked? Yep! I really enjoyed reading this one – if you’re after a bit of a thriller combined with romantic suspense, then Escape is…

The Water Crown – Book Review

“You can’t look into the desert too long because the heat will burn your eyes, but it’s important to know what one is up against.” I’m so happy to be able to share my review of this novel before its release date! The combination of genres and gripping story line managed to capture me right…

The Lost Castle – Book Review

“So your family history is full of mystifying castles, Samurai warriors and priceless treasure! Are you serious?” I always love to read something different. When I review a book, I’m always hoping for a unique plot or a bunch of characters unlike any other. This is especially true with children’s books! My next children’s book…

King Of Shadows – Book Review

“He’s a warlock, a madman. But he’s also the only thing keeping me alive.” After giving the first book in this series, King Of Flames, a shining 5 star review a few months back, I think it’s safe to say that I was pretty goddamn excited to be reaching for book two! I was in…

Introducing… A Quintillion Reads!

A brand new book club giving indie authors the chance to gain five book reviews from keen readers! Myself and my brand new team of book reviewers are proud to present A Quintillion Reads – a new book club featuring myself and four other amazing book reviewers, all ready to support the indie authors in…

The Gräzland Tales – Book Review

“Long live the Prince.” Here we go again! Today’s book review (and my longest book review of all time) is all about The Gräzland Tales by Trevor Van Winkle. This review will be slightly different to the reviews I’ve written previously, mainly because The Gräzland Tales is FOUR books long! I’ll be reviewing each section…

Winterhued – Book Review

“The tremor faded and passed, it was but a whisper, an echo of something far away. Yet, with it came a reel of decay, and the carrion stench of torn flesh.” My latest read was something way out of my comfort zone. That’s one of the best things about our book club – we can…

CampNaNo Failed. Now What?

“Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.” As you will know, April 1st is the day where you trick people into believing something that isn’t true. I did something similar this year. I told everyone that this day marked the start of my Camp NaNoWriMo challenge! A lot of writers…

This Shall Be A House Of Peace – Book Review

“In the end, men are just men, neither good nor bad.” This Shall Be A House Of Peace by Phil Halton explores the aftermath of the collapse of Afghanistan’s soviet backed government. The Mullah, a teacher in an Afghan village, leads a group of students who have been left behind from the civil war. The…

King Of Flames – Book Review

“Before she could even muster a scream, it overtook her. And the world was gone.” Book review number eight is here! I have to say straight away that this book was probably one of my favourites so far for the club. (Definitely up there with The Haunting Of Hattie Hastings by Audrey Davis, which, as…