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The Tattooist of Auschwitz – Heather Morris #bookreview #bookblogger #book

The Tattooist of Auschwitz is based on the true story of Lale and Gita Sokolov, two Slovakian Jews who survived Auschwitz and eventually made their home in Australia. In that terrible place, Lale was given the job of tattooing the prisoners marked for survival - literally scratching numbers into his fellow victims' arms in indelible ink… Continue reading The Tattooist of Auschwitz – Heather Morris #bookreview #bookblogger #book

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Say You’re Sorry – Karen Rose #bookreview #bookblogger #books

Special Agent Gideon Reynolds has tried hard to put his past behind him. He escaped the violence of his cult upbringing when he was just thirteen, and since then routine and discipline have been his way of making sense of the world. But when a petite blonde woman crashes into his life, he begins to… Continue reading Say You’re Sorry – Karen Rose #bookreview #bookblogger #books

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London Book Fair 2019 #LBF19

The London Book Fair is happening right now, one of the biggest events for books and literature in the UK it's an event not to miss... which is why I'm missing it. In a blog post last year (I forget in which post) I said I wasn't sure if I would be going to the… Continue reading London Book Fair 2019 #LBF19

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This Savage Song – V.E.Schwab

Kate Harker and August Flynn are the heirs to a divided city, a grisly metropolis where the violence has begun to create real and deadly monsters. All Kate wants is to be as ruthless as her father, who lets monsters roam free and makes the inhabitants pay for his protection. August just wants to be… Continue reading This Savage Song – V.E.Schwab

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Book Blogger Tag: Two Truths and a Lie

So, I have been tagged to do Two Truths and One Lie by Facing the Story and as it is still technically Saturday, I guess I’m still on time for it. This was originally made by Kaleena so make sure you check out her blog and tag her so she can see all of your… Continue reading Book Blogger Tag: Two Truths and a Lie

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BZRK – Michael Grant

BZRK - Michael Grant Charles and Benjamin Armstrong, conjoined twins and owners of the Armstrong Fancy Gifts Corporation, have a goal: to turn the world into their vision of utopia. No wars, no conflict, no hunger. And no free will. Opposing them is a guerrilla group of teens, code name BZRK, who are fighting to protect… Continue reading BZRK – Michael Grant

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December Reading Round Up

December seemed to come and go from nowhere I very nearly missed out on my Goodreads Challenge. Thankfully I received a box set of manga for Christmas which enabled me to whiz through them and surpass it by one! Including the manga set I ran eight books in December, a personal best! Pieces of Her… Continue reading December Reading Round Up

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Kingdom Hearts Vol. 1-4 – Shiro Amano

  Vol. 1 When a storm hits his island, fourteen-year-old Sora is swept into a mysterious land where he meets Court Wizard Donald and Captain Goofy, who are on a mission to find King Mickey and return him to his throne at Disney Castle. Vol. 2 Sora, Goofy, and Donald Duck continue their magical journey.… Continue reading Kingdom Hearts Vol. 1-4 – Shiro Amano

Book Reviews, Bookish Thoughts and Experiences


Stacking The Shelves is hosted at Tynga’s Reviews & Reading Reality. It's all about sharing the books you've added to shelves this week; these can be physical, ebook or audio. It was my birthday yesterday so here at the books I received from various family members and the books I bought myself. *** Kingdom Hearts: Chain… Continue reading #StackingtheShelves

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Kingdom of Darkness – Andy McDermott

The last survivors of history's most evil regime have been hiding out in a remote corner of the globe, waiting for their moment to return. Now it has come, and only Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase can stop them... In the tenth explosive Wilde/Chase adventure, Nina and Eddie are sought out by a young man,… Continue reading Kingdom of Darkness – Andy McDermott