We are all aware of how deadly a pandemic can be. But what if a virus could be used by the government to wipe out specific groups?
I’m one of the first to put up their hands and say “WWII books and films are overdone”. But then you get a cracker that you just can’t resist sharing.
Haze is the perfect gift for YA fans taking the first step into the paranormal genre.
I don’t consider myself an activist by any means but if I have the chance to support women in any way, I’ll grab it. That’s why I’m honoured to review this latest book.
We all have secrets. Some are just more deadly than others.
What brought The Silent Wife from an excellent book to an amazing book was the well-written plot. It was so raw and graphic, but also soft and filled with hope, primarily due to Will and Sara’s relationship.
A creepy thriller based around a former asylum? Gimme, gimme, gimme!
But Call Me Joe is not just an imagining of the return of Christ. It is also a stark reminder of what we are doing to the world, especially in terms of climate change.
What comes to mind when you think of Hawaii? Beautiful scenery? Delicious food? I was the same but after reading this latest book, I’ve seen a more sinister side to the island.
I became engrossed in the wonderful descriptions and the fast pace of the book. Two Kinds of Blood ended with plenty of surprises and that great ‘aha!’ moment when everything clicks.