Godless by Derek Porterfield, picks up directly where Book 1 of the Mute Cat Chronicles ended. We pause for a moment and then are flung back into this ripping yarn about resistance in a techno-religious city. When power corrupts who will take a stand?
If you were a babysitting, event planner and mortician would your life be this much fun? Stone Cold Mortal is a nice blend of humour, supernatural happenings and a cast of eccentric personalities. Come, join in the mayhem.
The Rain Belongs Here by Julie Rogers was an ideal choice for a lazy afternoon: #dystopian world, an investigation and family loyalty all feature. The mystery isn’t all that difficult to solve however it is a pleasant well written read.
When you like the synopsis more than the book itself, you have to wonder why, especially when there are zombies galore.
Outraged will make you consider your social media usage and reflect on where you place your support.
Serious stuff, No? Actually yes and no. All this information is cleverly encased in wit, humour and perfect examples to make you laugh out loud. Well done Dotty.
Wonderscape is one of those books that you pick up and after a couple of paragraphs ,think why isn’t this happening to me and why am I not on this adventure of a lifetime?
A first person of colour account of incarceration in the largest female prison in England. It will make you think beyond the stereotypes and the inflammatory headlines to the real issues facing inmates. Sophie Campbell has given us an insight into all the issues we thought we knew and provided new food for thought. An honest portrayal of her experience inside.
The Boy Who Ate America is an entertaining read on more than one level. It introduces children to self awareness, Christianity and the personal relationship with God. Good for all ages.
Gargantis is another cracking read, full to the brim with more sinister happenings in Eerie on Sea. Verdict: Lovely place to visit, too scary to live there, never a moment’s peace. A thrilling middle grade mystery.
Here Comes Hercules! is a rollicking adventure full of mishaps and fun along the way. If you’re a fan of realistic but happy endings and the might and mindset of Greek Gods then read away