Blog Tour Review; The Darkest Lullaby- Jonathan Janz

Page Count 304 / Publication date Aug 2019/ Publisher Flame Tree Press

Good Reads link

darkestlullaby.png

 

Synopsis:

Ellie Crane doesn’t believe in demons or vampires, but she still hates the idea of moving into a creepy old house. But when her husband’s aunt bequeaths them a sprawling forest estate, Ellie finds herself stuck in a setting straight out of a horror movie. Then the real horror begins…

Continue reading “Blog Tour Review; The Darkest Lullaby- Jonathan Janz”

Book Review; The Red Labyrinth- Meredith Tate

Magical tricksters and a dangerous labyrinth in a dystopian world. What’s not to love!

I received a copy of this title from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

Page Count 352

Publication date June 2019/ Publisher Flux

GoodReads

Scrolling through Netgalley recently my eyes immediately zeroed in on the word Labyrinth. I am an enormous fan of the old Bowie fantasy film from Jim Henson, in fact I’d only watched it the week before. I only needed to skim the blurb of The Red Labyrinth to see the similarities… Continue reading “Book Review; The Red Labyrinth- Meredith Tate”

Book Review; When The Light Went Out – Bridget Morrissey

A YA tale of loss, love and summertime adventures.

I received a copy of this title from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

Page Count 320

Publication date June 2019/ Publisher Sourcebooks Fire

GoodReads

Continue reading “Book Review; When The Light Went Out – Bridget Morrissey”

Book Review; The Dark Game- Jonathan Janz

I received a copy of this title from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

Page Count 304

Publication date May 2019/ Publisher FlameTree Press

GoodReads

Synopsis:

Ten writers are selected for a summer-long writing retreat with the most celebrated and reclusive author in the world. Their host is the legendary Roderick Wells. Handsome, enigmatic, and fiendishly talented, Wells promises to teach his pupils about writing, about magic, about the untapped potential that each of them possesses. Most of all, he plans to teach them about the darkness in their hearts. The writers think they are signing up for a chance at riches and literary prestige. But they are really entering the twisted imagination of a deranged genius, a lethal contest pitting them against one another in a struggle for their sanity and their lives. They have entered into Roderick Wells’s most brilliant and horrible creation. The Dark Game.  Continue reading “Book Review; The Dark Game- Jonathan Janz”