Tagged: NetGalley

Review – Outraged by Ashley ‘Dotty’ Charles

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.

Review – The Babysitter by Phoebe Morgan

A woman is dead, a baby is missing, an affair is revealed. Two families are in turmoil. Interspersed with the dread over what has happened to the missing baby, The Babysitter shows us real people making poor choice for greedy, selfish and opportunistic reasons. A nice mystery to cosy up with.

Review – Gargantis by Thomas Taylor

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.

Monthly Preview – May 2020

May looks good to go. I have a few ARCs scheduled and a couple in particular that I’m looking forward to, Michelle Obama’s biography to listen to before I see the Netflix special and catching up on anything I should have read.

Review – The Strangeworlds Travel Agency by L.D. Lapinski

The Strangeworlds Travel Agency is about multi universe travel, but in my opinion, more so about secrets, families, relationships and the lust for power. Lovely premise but somehow left me uninterested in this realityThe Strangeworlds Travel Agency is about multi universe travel, but in my opinion, more so about secrets, families, relationships and the lust for power. Lovely premise but somehow execution left me uninterested in this reality.

Review – When I Was Ten by Fiona Cummins

This book is a must for those who love well written psychological thrillers, that pulls on the heartstrings but not gratuitously so and with characters that you are rooting for. It will make you feel big emotions, be judgemental and sincerely consider your views on several serious issues. What a gripping read!

Review – Dewdrop by Katie O’Neill

Dewdrop is a joyous story about being a good friend, an encouragement to those around you and being you – the best you can be. In the sweetest of ways this is age appropriate mindfulness and resilience training.