August’s Wrap-Up…with a GHOST!

Better late than never, right? Here I am, hitting you up with a super late August wrap-up! But I promise that it’s worth it because…well…something a lil bit spooky happens during my wrap-up video! So sit back, grab some popcorn and see what you think about the spooky goings on!

Do you dare? – I Dare You Review

Sam Carrington is a name you may recognise here on my site – I’ve reviewed one of Sam Carrington’s books before – check out my review of The Missing Wife – and I’ve even interviewed Sam! But I’m here to talk about I Dare You – Sam Carrington’s latest book.

A Thriller with 90’s Vibes – The Six Review

The Six is a thriller in the same vein as 90’s slasher movies, so if you like those then you’ll love The Six. It’s a standard thriller, but parts of it fall into the cheesy side of things (and a couple of parts are a bit more like a 90’s slasher than it may like…

Lost in translation – Beton Rouge Review

Beton Rouge is going to be one of those books that is going to be quite difficult for me to review because the issues I have with the book aren’t easy to lay blame to. What I mean by this is this: Beton Rouge is a book originally written in German, and I have read…

Hell hath no fury, and she has no mercy – Sadie Review

Sadie by Courtney Summers was one of the most hyped books of 2018. I’d seen it all over bookstagram and I’m really grateful to my friend for gifting it to me. I definitely enjoyed Sadie, it was a fast and enjoyable read that deals with some really heavy subject matter. I went in to Sadie…

I wish we had more than spare parts – Spare and Found Parts Review

Spare and Found Parts was a complete impulse buy for me at an author event at Waterstones where author Sarah Maria Griffin was in attendance and a speaker. Originally I didn’t really have any intention of picking up a copy of Spare and Found Parts (not out of any negative feeling, but because I’d never…