The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair by Joel Dicker

⚜️ BOOK REVIEW ⚜️ It’s taken me long enough, but here it is, my review for ‘The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair’ 🤍🤍 ⚜️ Firstly, yet again I would like to thank Ali (@the_sunday_feeling) for recommending this book to me. ⚜️ At 615 pages it’s not a short book, but oh my goodness it…

The Secrets of Strangers by Charity Norman

⚜️ Blog Tour Review Time ⚜️ ⚜️ The Secrets of Strangers by Charity Norman ⚜️ ♦️ Oh my goodness me, did I LOVE this book! ♦️ ♦️ I’ll be honest, when I first picked this book up, I wasn’t in the right mood for it and I couldn’t get into it. BUT, I put it…

The Fallout by Rebecca Thornton – An Extract

‘Sarah,’ Liza hisses. ‘Quick. Oh my God. Look who it is. My three o’clock.’ She throws her head towards the soft-play, kids hurling themselves off the plastic inflatables like they’re on some kind of kamikaze mission.‘Georgina Bard?’ replies Sarah. ‘Yes, she’s here all the time. With that perfect, peachy bottom of hers.’‘No. Not her. No,…

Gone by Leona Deakin

I absolutely flew through this book. I loved it from start to finish. It is so engrossing. Definitely one of my favourite books for this year. Synopsis: Four strangers are missing. Left behind are birthday cards that read: "Your gift is the game. Dare to play?" The police aren't worried - it's just a game.…

Feasible Planet by Ken Kroes

A Guide To More Sustainable Living This is a little different to my normal reviews as this book is Non-Fiction and very much a book you can learn things from. I’ve learnt a lot from it and some things have really surprised me. It’s incredibly informative and the author has definitely put a lot of…

City of Fallen Angels by Paul Buchanan

Set in the summer of 1962, the story follows PI Jim Keegan and how he accidentally becomes prime suspect in a murder he didn’t commit. I really enjoyed this book, and as a character I also really liked Jim Keegan. I really felt for him and wanted him to succeed. He has recently lost his…

The Lost Child by Emily Gunnis

It’s April, we’re all on lockdown and a lot of us are really struggling to read right now - enter, The Lost Child. I devoured this within 24 hours and it has flown to the top of my list of favourites. Emily Gunnis has a superb style of writing and I just couldn’t get enough…

The Foundling by Stacey Halls

Well, this was a very different type of book for me and I’m really pleased that I went for a different genre for a change. I love historical fiction but this still felt a little bit different. In London 1954, Bess Bright goes to collect the daughter she left at The Foundling hospital straight after…

Bella – R M Francis

Kelly from; Love Books Group set your a blog tour for this book and I agreed to publish a bit of content around it. At only 141 pages, it’s a very short book, and below you will find an extract for you to read. If you think it’s a book you’ll enjoy, I have posted…

Truth Hurts by Rebecca Reid

All Secrets Surface Eventually! Poppy has a secret. Drew also has a secret... When they begin their whirlwind romance they decide to keep the past where it belongs but Poppy has absolutely no idea who she has married. I really did enjoy this book. It pulls you in so quickly and makes you desperate to…