SPOILER ALERT – MAIN PLOT ADVANCEMENTS Bloody, brutal and heart wrenching, there is nothing more you could want from White’s second instalment of the Dracul’s history. Lada has left the two men whom she holds dearest to her to take back what is rightfully hers, while Mehmed sets his sights on Constantinople with Radu at … More Now I Rise – Kiersten White
He’s the man you go to when you can’t afford Sherlock Holmes. He’s the man you go to when no one else will listen. He’s named Arrowood, and he wants to be paid. Set in Victorian London Arrowood is meant to be the alternative to Sherlock Holmes. Instead of relying on facts and deducting conclusions, … More Arrowood – Mick Finlay
Casey Duncan is enjoying her life in Rockton. After solving a series of murders she now has a boyfriend, good friends and an environment where she is challenged constantly. While her Sheriff boyfriend Eric Dalton is away, Casey and Will, the deputy, have left the town into the surrounding wilderness to find a man who … More A Darkness Absolute – Kelley Armstrong
A book I started reading last year but didn’t get around to completing this year; I started reading it as an e-book series but found this wasn’t holding my attention but, when I delved into the physical copy I could not put it down. Casey Duncan is a detective with a dark past which she … More City of the Lost – Kelley Armstrong
What happens when you take a well-known and beloved children’s story and let Christina Henry write a prequel? You get a dark and grisly novel that leaves you questioning whether Peter was the hero of the story after all. This is the tale of Hook and how Peter made the villain we read and see … More Lost Boy – Christina Henry
I received this book from the publisher in return for an honest review. The Misery is a place you only go to if you’re stupid or have a death sentence. Luckily for Ryhalt Galharrow he’s too drunk to fully use his intellect and doesn’t have a lot to live for. He spends his days … More Blackwing – Ed McDonald
I won this book in competition from the publisher Usborne and will give an honest review in exchange. After the Fire follows Moonbeam, a young woman who has inside a facility aimed at helping young people who have gone through trauma. In this case she has escaped from a compound where she was living … More After the Fire – Will Hill
If you did not guess from the title I do now have a book review for you today. There is no excuse for it as I have been writing and sticking to most of my lists but this week has got away from me. In between work, birthdays and trying to maintain a social life … More No Book Review Today!
I received this book free from Titan books for an honest review. Lee is a stunt woman and a very good one at that. Having trained most of her life to do the dangerous falls and fight scenes, her nerves are shaken after she falls from high story building and barely lives to tell the … More The Spawn of Lilith – Dana Fredsti
A slightly different blog post this Saturday as I’m still reading the book I’m meant to be reviewing, wait, doesn’t this sound familiar to a recent post that I did? You are absolutely right! The difference this time is I’ve almost finished this book but I don’t think I will have time to get … More Saturday Book Haul!