Science-fiction is probably the genre I pick up the least often (aside from those I don't touch at all, obviously...) because I don't consider myself "technically" minded and thus inadequate to read it. Start talking to me about a big ball of wibbly wobbly... time-y wimey... stuff, or the physics behind it and you will see my eyes simply glaze over.
Hi everybody! So after the slight change of scheduling this week as a result of taking part in a blog tour, today I am posting my review of my first read this month - Soul Music by Terry Pratchett. This is the sixteenth book of the Discworld collection, and the third book in the Death… Continue reading Book Review: Soul Music – Terry Pratchett
*** I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All views expressed are completely my own*** Goodreads - Ekata: Fall of Darkness On Ekata, a utopian world where violence is unthinkable, Asher has been plagued with visions of death and darkness since childhood. On his eighteenth birthday he… Continue reading Book Review – Ekata: Fall of Darkness – Dominique Law
I bought this last year, only a couple of months after its release and before I really got into social media with my blog, so any hype would have passed me by. I kept looking at it, again and again, vowing to read it soon but never making good on the promise until last month. When I shouldn't have done. When I didn't REALLY have time to. Oh well, the heart wants what the heart wants.
I dedicated last month's reading list to ARC's (with the exception of my slip up reading Strange The Dreamer). That was because this month I wanted to mix it up again this time. In amongst the requests I have, I have a list longer than my arm of traditionally published books I want to read as well. This month is dedicated to those!
***I was very kindly provided with a free copy of this book by the author, via OpenBooks, in exchange for an honest review. All the opinions stated below are my own *** One hundred years on - the times have changed, as have our struggles... and nothing reminds us of that more than Copper Sky:-… Continue reading Book Review: Copper Sky – Milana Marsenich
I have been looking forward to this post for so long! Today I get to share my thoughts with you about StoneKing as part of the ongoing Blog Tour. Thank you to Fiery Seas Publishing and Donna for the opportunity to get involved! Part of the reason this has been some time in the making… Continue reading Blog Tour: StoneKing by Donna Migliaccio
I downloaded Living on A Rainbow for free from Amazon a little while ago, after reading a sample of the first chapter of the book. I was instantly captivated. Goodreads - Living on a Rainbow 'Living On A Rainbow' is a story about mental health, bullying, growing up, battling against adversity but most of all it is… Continue reading Book Review: Living on A Rainbow – Calvin Wade
Hi everybody! Today I am taking part in a Blog Tour organised by Rachel's Random Resources for The Torcian Chronicles by P J Reed. When I received the invite to get involved, I dived in straight away! Amazon Goodreads Mesham sits dejectedly in a tiny garret above an inn, as the lands of Torcia fall to… Continue reading Book Review: The Torcian Chronicles – P J Reed
I don't usually binge read a series, so to read Fiskur immediately after Kinglet isn't normally the sort of thing I would do. I like to savour a series, *torment* myself a little while about getting around to reading the next book whilst juggling a number of other series' for which I want to do… Continue reading Book Review: Fiskur – Donna Migliaccio