TITLE: It Will Just Be Us AUTHOR: Jo Kaplan PUBLISHED: 11th August 2020 I received an eARC copy of this title from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. My thanks goes to NetGalley and the publisher Crooked Lane Books for the opportunity to review this book. Welcome to Wakefield Manor, a haunted mansion built… Continue reading A book review: It Will Just Be Us (ARC)
When I ask this I am referring to a collection of short stories by multiple authors. I don't personally read a lot of short story collections, in fact, the only one that comes to mind is Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories, which you can read my review for here if you haven't already and would… Continue reading Is a collection of short stories bound to bring disappointment?
TITLE: The Twits AUTHOR: Roald Dahl PUBLISHED: 1980 Meet Mr and Mrs Twit, a truly gruesome couple! Just one of the horrible things about them is the fact that they keep monkeys locked up in their garden. These monkeys have rebellion in mind however. Will Mr and Mrs Twit finally get the comeuppance that they so… Continue reading A book review: The Twits
Firstly I'm going to start by saying that I'm one of those people that can't stand it if somebody folds the pages down in a book! It's that fear that makes me most nervous about lending a book to somebody, particularly if it is one of my favourites. How do you feel about this? As… Continue reading Let’s talk bookmarks
TITLE: The Testaments AUTHOR: Margaret Atwood PUBLISHED: 2019 Following on from Atwood's hugely popular novel The Handmaid's Tale, this sequel returns us to the dystopian world of Gilead. The familiar themes of oppression and life within a totalitarian state are present, but viewed through the eyes of three differing perspectives. These are Agnes: a young girl… Continue reading A book review: The Testaments