Today, I’m thrilled to be sharing my review of Five Survive by Holly Jackson. This is part of the fantastic tour organised by TBR and Beyond Tours.
As ever, today I will be briefly reviewing all the books I’ve read since my last post in approximately fifty words. I want to share my full thoughts on some of these books in the future, so I’ll share a brief idea today with the full review to come.
I'm sharing another instalment of my Mini Review Mondays, the most recent of which was last week. Today, I'm discussing A Restless Truth by Freya Marske, When the Lights Go Out by Chris Curran and They're Watching You by Chelsea Ichaso.
I'm sharing another instalment of my Mini Review Mondays, the most recent of which was a little while ago. Today, I'm reviewing Cruel Illusions, The Wicked Remain and Bloodmarked!
Today, I’m setting out my TBR for November and, as always, I’d love to buddy read any. This will be a working document that I will update throughout the month to track my progress. The symbol ✨ means that I’m currently reading that book.
October was yet another incredibly busy month for me, but I'm lucky enough to have been sent some amazing new reads and picked up some incredible books! This month I read 11 books and completed my TBR.
Today, I’m reviewing The Lies We Tell by Katie Zhao. It is no secret that How We Fall Apart was one of my favourite reads last year and Zhao continues that winning streak here once more with a completely immersive and gripping mystery.
Today, I’m reviewing the potent Secrets So Deep by Ginny Myers Sain. This is a book that sneaks up on you and utterly consumes you in its murky tides.
Today, I’m ecstatically excited to be sharing my stop on the blog tour for The Atlas Paradox by Olivie Blake! This was an extremely anticipated title for me, but did it live up to my expectations?
I'm sharing another instalment of my Mini Review Mondays, the most recent of which was last week. In case you haven’t seen any of my previous posts, I do ‘mini’ reviews of books that I’ve previously read and am now ready to share my full thoughts about. Today, I'm reviewing She's Gone by David Bell, Strike the Zither by Joan He and Friends Like These by Jennifer Lynn Alvarez.