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The Vinyl Detective, Written in Dead Wax – Andrew Cartmel

I received this book from Titan Books for an honest review. The Vinyl Detective is a very British character; charity shops during the week and hitting the car boot sales on the weekends, he knows where to search to find the valuable records. When things are looking quite grim for him he receives a knock… Continue reading The Vinyl Detective, Written in Dead Wax – Andrew Cartmel

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Skitter – Ezekiel Boone

THIS WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR THE HATCHING! READ AT YOUR OWN RISK! I received this book from Gollancz for an honest review. The second book in this scary series which picks up where the action left off in the first book; the United States are in complete disarray as spiders have destroyed Los Angeles and… Continue reading Skitter – Ezekiel Boone

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The Hatching – Ezekiel Boone

I received this book from Gollancz books for an honest review. China is dropping nuclear bombs on its countryside; other areas of Asia are experiencing some kind of seismic activity while in Peru something has awakened. The reign of the spiders is beginning. A book that will truly awaken your darkest fears and have you… Continue reading The Hatching – Ezekiel Boone

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The Last Orphans – N.W.Harris

The adults are dying. Animals are creeping out and killing them all one by one as terrified children look on, unable to comprehend what’s happening. In a science lab a researcher sends out on final message asking the surviving children for help, who will take up this call? Shane Tucker reluctantly takes up the mantle… Continue reading The Last Orphans – N.W.Harris

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Ensnared – Rita Stradling

I received this book on Netgalley for an honest review.   Over the next few weeks you are going to see quite a few reviews from re-workings of classic fairy tales specifically, Beauty and the Beast. This retelling focuses on Alainn, a woman who takes the place of her father’s robot to spare him a… Continue reading Ensnared – Rita Stradling

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One of Us is Lying – Karen M.McManus

I received this book for an honest review from Netgalley. Five students walk into detention but only four walk out alive, the big questions that begins to dominate their lives are, was one of them involved? And how much motive does a person need to commit murder? A book that gripped me from start to… Continue reading One of Us is Lying – Karen M.McManus