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The Sanatorium

by Sarah Pearse I don't read many books in this genre, and I have to say that I'm glad that I read this book. There have only been a handful of books in this genre that I have not been able to work out the ending and this s one of them. The story had… Continue reading The Sanatorium

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Daughters of Night

by Laura Shepherd-Robinson This book was so enjoyable that I couldn't put it down. The style of writing and everything about it reminds me of one of my favourite classical authors Wilkie Collins. I know that this book is set in the 1780's and Wilkie Collins books are set in his life time in the… Continue reading Daughters of Night

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January 2021 Round Up

Well I'm very late with posting this. Unfortunately I've had problems with my injured hand so I've only been able to do things one handed. Hopefully with wearing my splint again and resting my arm it will soon get better. Also in the UK was are back in lockdown which isn't help me. Which you… Continue reading January 2021 Round Up

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February 2021 Reading List

Just a little reminder that this year I’m going to do things slightly differently, as last year most of my reading lists were full of ARC’s and I felt as though I was ignoring books from my favourite authors. So this year every month I will list two or three ARC’s and two books from… Continue reading February 2021 Reading List

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Last One at the Party

by Bethany Clift Just brilliant!!! I love post apocalyptic books and I have to say that this book is fantastic. It's just the type of book that captures your imagination. This book is very different from the usual post apocalyptic books I've read, there are no zombies, aliens or genetically modified nanites. I have to… Continue reading Last One at the Party