Book Review: The Cinderella Plan by Abi Silver

Before we move onto the actual review I just have to say that I am reviewing this book as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources . This isn’t the first blog tour I’ve taken part in and you can check out the others by clicking here, here, here, here and here. … Continue reading Book Review: The Cinderella Plan by Abi Silver

Book Review: Injections of Insanity by Lorraine Mace

This review comes with a brief apology as well as the usual blog tour disclosure, so this was supposed to go up on the 14th June, but I wrote the date down wrong when I was entering it into my calendar and so instead I had it scheduled for today, which is the 16th, so … Continue reading Book Review: Injections of Insanity by Lorraine Mace

Book review: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Pages – 355 Publisher – Penguin Random House “Daisy: That’s how it was back then. I was just supposed to be the inspiration for some man’s great idea. Well, fuck that. That’s why I started writing my own stuff.” page 16. The first time I heard about Taylor Jenkins Reid was when her last book, … Continue reading Book review: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Book Review: Children in Chains by Lorraine Mace

So I agreed to review all three of Lorraine Mace’s D.I Sterling novels for Rachel’s Random Resources blog tour and after reviewing the first entry in the series I was chomping at the bit to read and review this one. As with other blog tours I’ve done (Which you can check out here and here) … Continue reading Book Review: Children in Chains by Lorraine Mace

Book Review: The Whisperers of Evernow by Heidi Catherine

Just a quick disclaimer before we get started, I’m doing this review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources, this isn’t the first time I’ve had the chance to take part in one of these, if you’d like to check out the other times I’ve taken part then click here or … Continue reading Book Review: The Whisperers of Evernow by Heidi Catherine

Book Review: Retriever of Souls by Lorraine Mace

Full disclosure, this review is part of a blog tour I’m doing for Rachel’s Random Resources, where I have the privilege of being able to read and review ‘Retriever of Souls’, the first instalment in the D.I. Sterling series. While this is part of an official blog tour, you can expect the same level of … Continue reading Book Review: Retriever of Souls by Lorraine Mace

Book Review: In the Distance by Hernan Diaz

Number of pages – 336 pages Publisher – Daunt Books I first came across this book on a YouTube video and I had to have it because the cover blew me away. In the video, when the person was discussing it they made it sound like it was a fantasy novel but after doing my … Continue reading Book Review: In the Distance by Hernan Diaz

Book Review: One Last Prayer for the Rays by Wes Markin

So I’m taking part in a blog tour for the release of Wes Markin’s debut novel ‘One Last Prayer for the Rays’ so this review is going to be a little different but hopefully you’ll enjoy it just as much. Let's start off with what I thought about the book itself, I am a huge … Continue reading Book Review: One Last Prayer for the Rays by Wes Markin

Book Review: The Big Trap: Just One Last High! by T. Rose

The Big Trap: Just One Last High! Is an autobiographical self help guide about the author T. Rose’s journey into and then out of drug addiction and dependency. You can purchase the book on Amazon, and find out a little more about the author by checking out this Interview I did with her a few … Continue reading Book Review: The Big Trap: Just One Last High! by T. Rose

Book Review: Tactile Therapy (Volume 1) by Durell Arrington

Some background information first, the book is called Tactile Therapy (Volume 1) and it was self published through CreateSpace on January 8th 2018, according to Amazon. Tactile Therapy (Volume 1) is a really strong piece of science fiction and it was such a discovery for me, I mean even the title doesn’t really hint at … Continue reading Book Review: Tactile Therapy (Volume 1) by Durell Arrington

Book Review: Placebo and the Blind Eye by Sylvia Correnaro

Placebo and the Blind Eye, is a fantasy book written and self published by author Sylvia Correnaro and you can check that out on Amazon. I recently Interviewed the author Sylvia Correnaro and if you want to check that out for yourself then click here. But let’s get on with the review. Placebo and the … Continue reading Book Review: Placebo and the Blind Eye by Sylvia Correnaro

Book Review: You Choose (Falcone and Richards Series) by Phillip Tomasso

You Choose, is Book 1 in the Falcone and Richards thriller series and was written by author, Phillip Tomasso and published by Creativia, an Indie publisher. The book is available on Amazon and you can grab yourself a copy today. I’ve always enjoyed reading, and I’ve found that for the most part I can turn … Continue reading Book Review: You Choose (Falcone and Richards Series) by Phillip Tomasso

Book Review: Ameekial Abomination by S.F. Hill

Ameekial: Abomination is a dark fiction fantasy book, and the first part in a series, written and self published by author S.F Hill. You can check it out for yourself on Amazon, and become immersed in the world on meeka and Ashford Farms and an oncoming darkness. Before I get started make sure and check … Continue reading Book Review: Ameekial Abomination by S.F. Hill

Book Review: Kill All Project by Lorenzo Dozier

Kill All Project is thriller book written by Lorenzo Dozier, it’s a continuation of the Game of Crime series which was started in 31 Days to Live. This book follows the journey of Jennifer Delacruz, who’s life is going well, that is until she encounters a serial killer, everything just goes crazy from their and … Continue reading Book Review: Kill All Project by Lorenzo Dozier

Book Review: Galactic Mandate – A Radical Cause by M.R. Richardson

Galactic Mandate - A Radical Cause is a science fiction book written by author M.R. Richardson, and you can grab yourself a copy on Amazon. This story has a lot going on, powerful factions vying for dominance, clone slaves, and space battles and so much more. So I was sent a copy of this book … Continue reading Book Review: Galactic Mandate – A Radical Cause by M.R. Richardson