ARC Review: The Iron Raven by Julie Kagawa

Synopsis: Robin Goodfellow. Puck. Prankster, joker, raven, fool… King Oberon’s right-hand jester from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The legends are many, but the truth will now be known as never before, as Puck finally tells his own story and faces a threat unlike any before. A threat that brings him face-to-face with a new enemy…himself.Continue reading “ARC Review: The Iron Raven by Julie Kagawa”

ARC Review: At First Sight by Hannah Sunderland

Synopsis: Nell and Charlie feel a spark when they meet by chance in a cafe. But they don’t trade numbers, or surnames, so there’s no way they’ll meet again. But the next day, Nell’s phone rings at work. Somehow, impossibly, Charlie is on the other end. And he needs her help. Nell is about toContinue reading “ARC Review: At First Sight by Hannah Sunderland”

ARC Review: Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi

Synopsis: As a child Gifty would ask her parents to tell the story of their journey from Ghana to Alabama, seeking escape in myths of heroism and romance. When her father and brother succumb to the hard reality of immigrant life in the American South, their family of four becomes two – and the lifeContinue reading “ARC Review: Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi”

ARC Review: The Coven by Lizzie Fry

Synopsis: Imagine a world in which witchcraft is real. In which mothers hand down power to their daughters, power that is used harmlessly and peacefully.  Then imagine that the US President is a populist demagogue who decides that all witches must be imprisoned for their own safety, as well as the safety of those aroundContinue reading “ARC Review: The Coven by Lizzie Fry”

Blog Tour Review: Rescue Me by Sarra Manning

Synopsis: Margot doesn’t have time for love. Will is afraid to love. And neither of them are expecting to fall in love with Blossom: a gentle Staffy with a tragic past, a belly made for rubbing and a head the size of a football. After their first meeting at the rescue centre, both Margot andContinue reading “Blog Tour Review: Rescue Me by Sarra Manning”

ARC Review: Fable by Adrienne Young

Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Fable is a dredger—a freediver who excavates rare gemstones from the coral reefs that fill The Narrows. For the last four years, she’s been trying to get off the island of Jeval, find the father who abandoned her there, and claim her mother’s place on his trading crew. But when she finally makesContinue reading “ARC Review: Fable by Adrienne Young”

ARC Review: Beneath Cornish Skies by Kate Ryder

Synopsis: To an outsider, Cassandra Shaw’s life looks perfect. She lives in a beautiful, luxurious house in the English countryside, with a handsome, wealthy boyfriend who insists she needn’t do a day’s work in her life. But Cassie knows that something is not right. Her boyfriend has grown colder, treating her more like a housekeeper thanContinue reading “ARC Review: Beneath Cornish Skies by Kate Ryder”

ARC Review: The Witchling’s Girl by Helena Coggan

Synopsis: In a quiet street far from the river, with an ancient tree growing through its walls and floors, is the House of the Dead. There lives the witchling: healer, midwife and conduit between the world of the living and the world below. A witchling must give up her family and friends and spend herContinue reading “ARC Review: The Witchling’s Girl by Helena Coggan”

Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V E Schwab

Synopsis: When Addie La Rue makes a pact with the devil, she trades her soul for immortality. But there’s always a price – the devil takes away her place in the world, cursing her to be forgotten by everyone.  Addie flees her tiny home town in 18th-Century France, beginning a journey that takes her acrossContinue reading “Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V E Schwab”

ARC Review: Christmas Island by Natalie Newman

Synopsis: After all the years of hard work it took Londoner Holly Greene to become a doctor, now it could all be taken away and she only has herself to blame. She’s retreating to her brother’s rustic home on an island off the coast of Norway to lick her wounds. Only, it’s the middle ofContinue reading “ARC Review: Christmas Island by Natalie Newman”

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