The Good Samaritan by John Marrs

Book 7 of 2019. The Good Samaritan is now the fourth book I have read by John Marrs. Whilst this wasn't my favourite of his, I still really enjoyed it and would highly recommend it. (You can see my other reviews on the home page!) I downloaded this book on Kindle and I always prefer…

‘Like China’ by Vanessa Streete

Book 6 of 2019 I will start by saying how much I LOVED this book. However, it didn’t quite start out that way. Because I ended up being both busy and very tired at the same time, when I first picked up this book, I really struggled to get into. Chapter two had me in…

The BookLoveLife Book Club

Hi Everyone I just wanted to let you all know that I have started a Book Club over on Facebook. It is quite simply called, Booklovelife book club. It is a closed group so you will need to request to join, but I will accept anybody. All are welcome but I do reserve the right…

The Passengers by John Marrs

Book 5 of 2019. Where to start... I was incredibly lucky to be gifted this book by Penguin Random House and I will be eternally grateful that I got to be one of the first people to read it. John Marrs is probably most well known for his book ‘The One’. It is due to…

‘Sweetpea’ by C J Skuse

Book 4 of 2019 Rhiannon Lewis is a complete and utter Psycho. She knows, because a Buzzfeed quiz told her so. The book is written as Rhiannon's diary and starts on December 31st, ending on June 23rd. Most of her diary entries start with a list... a kill list. She hates EVERYONE. Whether it's her…

When You Disappeared – The Review

When You Disappeared - John Marrs. Read in 2018. I started this year by reading ‘The One’ by John Marrs. I’ve now unintentionally (almost) ended it with another of his books. ‘When You Disappeared’ is a story about a husband who leaves his wife and then twenty five years later he comes back to explain to her exactly…

The Lingering – The Review

The Lingering by SJI Holliday. Read in 2018. Most of the way through this book I was thinking; it’s really good but I’m not really finding it to be ‘scary’, ‘creepy’ or ‘terrifying’. That was until I finished it. As soon as I turned the last page and put the book down, every little noise…