Over the course of May I managed to read a total of six books! It was a great month for reading and I found some amazing books. One Dark Throne - Kendare Blake The second instalment in the Three Dark Crowns series, this book takes a darker tone as the race for the throne continues.… Continue reading May 2018 Round-up!
This will contain mild spoilers for the I am Number Four series. The war against the Mongodorians has finished, those that remain are being held at camps and the children which developed legacies have had their lives changed forever. In the wake of children gaining these super-human and ethereal powers, the human race with the… Continue reading Generation One – Pittacus Lore
Here we go again, another book review where I gush over Karen Rose! Death is not Enough is Rose’s latest book, set in Baltimore, which follows Gywn, who, four years after a horrific attack is finally starting to bring herself back into the present and finally close the door to her past. Thorne has waited… Continue reading Death is not Enough – Karen Rose
It’s taken me a while to get around to this book but I’m glad I’ve finally read it. Slaughter’s latest stand-alone novel focuses on two sisters, who, after experiencing a horrifying ordeal as teenagers are faced with it once again. After Charlotte is present at the scene of a school shooting her world seems to… Continue reading The Good Daughter – Karin Slaughter
The super sleuth is back in his latest instalment which sees him searching for rare and collectible discs from the Flare Path Orchestra. What he doesn’t realise, these discs are far more valuable to the wrong kinds of people. On a mission that will have him looking into the Second World War, he joins Nevada,… Continue reading The Vinyl Detective, Victory Disc – Andrew Cartmel
The second book in this dark series following triplets who, according to tradition, must kill each other until one remains to sate the Goddess of the island. With all three queens still standing at the end of the last novel will one of them finally manage to deliver the killing blow? Or will they start… Continue reading One Dark Throne – Kendare Blake
So here is something I am going to try and do each month, a round-up of what I read the previous month! Some months will be better than others but with the start of my new job (yay!) I’m hoping to fill this page! I Have Lost my Way – Gayle Foreman This astonishing book… Continue reading April reading round-up!
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The spiders have hatched. America has bombed itself apart and China has sent nuclear weapons on its own people. People are stranded as those trying to solve the crisis are taken aboard a military vessel at sea to try and stop… Continue reading Zero Day – Ezekiel Boone
I received this book from the publisher in return for an honest review. Well, where to start? Kovacs is an envoy, a soldier trained to not only kill but to think. Made to infiltrate organisations, in theory they make the perfect detectives. His consciousness is streamed to Earth and he is sleeved into the body… Continue reading Altered Carbon – Richard Morgan
Eden has always been seen as the reckless one, not the smartest and thanks to a three-month rebellious streak, she is looked down upon by teachers and adults; but that all changes when Bonnie runs away. Bonnie, the A grade student who set up a strict revision timetable for mock exams, has run away, and… Continue reading Goodbye Perfect – Sara Barnard