Book Reviews

A Head Full of Ghosts – Paul Tremblay

Sent to me by Titan Books I was captured by the blurb and cover- a creepy cross with tendrils coming out of it? Yes please! Not only that but, the master of horror Stephen King himself is quoted on the front saying “Scared the living hell, and I’m pretty hard to scare.” I couldn’t resist.… Continue reading A Head Full of Ghosts – Paul Tremblay

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Book Reviews

The Vanishing Year – Kate Moretti

Sent to me by Titan books the presentation was incredible, a single white flower on white tissue paper in a black box. I was intrigued. It was the best presented book I have received from Titan and it had me flying through the pages. Zoe Whittaker used to be a poor woman. Working as cleaner… Continue reading The Vanishing Year – Kate Moretti

Book Reviews

Geek Girl – Holly Smale

Harriet Manners, the geek of the school who is chosen to become the face of one of the most prominent fashion lines has no idea what she has let herself in for. The first book in Smale’s Geek Girl series catches you within the first pages and doesn’t let you go until the end. Within… Continue reading Geek Girl – Holly Smale

Bookish Thoughts and Experiences

Self Imposed Book Ban

As the title suggests I have a self-imposed book ban. Things have been getting hectic in my home life and I’m going to share a few of them with you so you know why I’m taking a small step back. I am not going to stop reading! I want to make this very clear, I… Continue reading Self Imposed Book Ban

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My Best Friend’s Exorcism – Grady Hendrix

A book I received after I won a competition and I really didn’t know what to think of it. Hardback and in the style of a leavers school book I was confused yet intrigued. I’m a fan of anything that goes bump in the night and it takes a lot to scare me but, the… Continue reading My Best Friend’s Exorcism – Grady Hendrix

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And I Darken – Kiersten White

If I were to describe this book to someone I would compare it to Game of Thrones crossed with a hint of The Invasion of the Tearling; not as bloody as the former but bloodier than the latter. I loved the book, as a fan of Erika Johansen’s books (find review of her books here-… Continue reading And I Darken – Kiersten White

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Initiate – Laura L. Fox

The book that Oftomes is calling the sci-fi book of the year and after only the first few chapters it’s easy to see why. Riga lives, works, socialises in the Tunnel - a man-made station in the Antarctic housing the last remnants of humanity after we have effectively killed the planet. Nestled deep within the… Continue reading Initiate – Laura L. Fox