Mothers and Daughter by Erica James

Thank you to HQ (Harper Collins) and Readers First for the opportunity to read and review Mothers and Daughters by Erica James. The book was published in hardback and ebook last week. I’m sharing a mini non spoiler review today. Synopsis: Even happy families have their secrets… Since the sudden death of her husband, Naomi… Continue reading Mothers and Daughter by Erica James

Max Counts To A Million by Jeremy Williams

Thank you to Nosy Crow and Readers First for a copy of this book for children to read and review. I’m sharing a mini review today. This book will be published in the UK tomorrow (3rd March 2022). Synopsis: Do you like epic quests of amazing counting? Do you dislike global pandemics, being stuck at… Continue reading Max Counts To A Million by Jeremy Williams

Call the Vet by Bruce Fogle

Thank you to Harper Collins for the copy of the book to read and review via Readers First. Today I’m sharing a mini review. Synopsis: Arriving in 1970s’ London as a fresh-faced Canadian, Bruce Fogle assumed that because he knew the language, he would understand the English. As a graduate of the world’s best veterinary… Continue reading Call the Vet by Bruce Fogle

Snowflake by Louise Nealon

Thank you to Manilla Press and Readers First for a copy of this debut novel to read and review. Synopsis: Eighteen-year-old Debbie White lives on a dairy farm with her mother, Maeve, and her uncle, Billy. Billy sleeps out in a caravan in the garden with a bottle of whiskey and the stars overhead for… Continue reading Snowflake by Louise Nealon

The Nothing Man by Catherine Ryan Howard

Today I’m sharing my review for The Nothing Man by Catherine Ryan Howard again to celebrate paperback publication day in the UK. Thank you to Corvus Books for a copy of the hardback last year. Synopsis: I was the girl who survived the Nothing Man.Now I am the woman who is going to catch him…… Continue reading The Nothing Man by Catherine Ryan Howard

Madame Burova by Ruth Hogan

Thank you to Two Roads Books, part of Hatchette UK and Readers First for the opportunity to read and review the latest book by Ruth Hogan before publication day (1st April 2021 in the UK). Here is a mini review about why I enjoyed it. Synopsis: Madame Burova – Tarot Reader, Palmist and Clairvoyant is retiring and… Continue reading Madame Burova by Ruth Hogan

January 2021 round up

With the UK locked down again as we try to reduce the spread of Covid 19, I’ve had more reading time on the weekends and my midweek day off (I decided to have a midweek day off to enable me to do my essential food shopping when it is quieter). I’ve finished 18 books this… Continue reading January 2021 round up

The Lost Lights of St Kilda by Elisabeth Gifford

Today I’m sharing one of my 5 star reviews from March 2020 for a book I enjoyed just before lockdown one, in March 2020. Thanks to Corvus Books for a copy via Readers First. The paperback of the book was published in October 2020. Publisher comments:- When Fred Lawson takes a summer job on St… Continue reading The Lost Lights of St Kilda by Elisabeth Gifford