Is this even a review though? Maybe not..
I never intended to review The Passage, in fact I purposely refused to as I truly don’t think I’m capable of explaining my overwhelming response to this trilogy so far. Actually, I’m not sure this will even be a review, we should probably just call it praise. Continue reading “Book Review- The Passage/ The Twelve- Justin Cronin”
Hooray for my very first ARC review!
Page Count 366
Publication date Oct 4th 2018/ Publisher Amazon Publishing UK
*I was provided an eARC via Netgalley for my review of this title.
Isabel’s life seemed perfect. Successful business, beautiful house, adoring husband. And then she was dead.
For four years Jessica has never doubted that her sister Isabel’s death was an accident. But when Jessica’s young daughter seems to know long-forgotten details about her aunt’s past, Jessica can’t shake the feeling that there’s a more sinister truth behind the tragedy.
As Jessica unearths disturbing revelations about her sister, and about the people she loved and trusted most, it becomes clear Isabel’s life was less than perfect and that Jessica’s might also be at risk.
Did someone murder Isabel? Are they now after Jessica and her family? The key seems to lie in the hands of a child. Can Isabel reveal the truth from beyond the grave, or is the answer closer to home? Continue reading “ARC Review: In Her Shadow- Mark Edwards”
Today I want to discuss how we rate books. I’m taking a different approach in my reviews, find out why..
Whilst I like to see others review books based on a star rating I have a different method myself. I will star rate for a short n sweet tweet but for my blog I use a little system I call ‘Roxanne’s Reactions’, Let me explain why..
Continue reading “How Should We Rate Books?”
Page Count 437
Publication date May 2018/ Publisher Bloomsbury YA
Price £6.16 Purchased From: Amazon Kindle (10/08/18)
Continue reading “Mini Review- All Of This Is True”
If I can convince you to buy just one book this year, please let it be this!
‘Too little information and you’re blind, too much and you’re blinded.
You may have seen me mention The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (titled The Seven ½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle in the US) oh only about 5236 times so far this year. Nothing I write here will do this book the justice I think it deserves, it’s definitely my favourite book of the year so far and I’m pretty confident it will keep my number one spot.
If you haven’t heard of The Seven Deaths yet take a look at the synopsis below:
Continue reading “Review: The Seven Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle”