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.…

First in the Fight by Helen Antrobus & Andrew Simcock

20 Women who made Manchester. Synopsis: Emmeline Pankhurst stands proudly in St Peter's Square, but she stands for so many more... From the women who marched to St Peter's Fields flying the flag for reform to the first entrepreneurs, the women of Greater Manchester have long stood shoulder to shoulder in the fight for equality…

Wakenhyrst by Michelle Paver

This. Book!! I fell into the world of Wakenhyrst from the minute I started reading. I thought it was totally brilliant. Classed as Gothic / Historical Fiction - this book splits its chapters between a girl named Maud and her fathers diary. Maud is secretly reading his diary and can see that he is quite…