So I've been making my way through the Wayward Children series through audiobooks and decided to review both the second Down Among the Sticks and Bones and the third book Beneath the Sugar Sky in one post as I read them pretty close together. Let's just dive right in... Twin sisters Jack and Jill were… Continue reading -| Mini Reviews… The Wayward Children Series, Books 2 & 3 |-
So, today I've decided to share with you 5 of the series that I've started and just haven't caught up with yet for one reason or another. The Robert Hunter series by Chris Carter There are a total of 10 books in this series to date and I've read 5, so halfway isn't too bad… Continue reading || 5 Book Series I’ve Started and Haven’t Finished… Yet ||
So, I'm super excited for my stop on today's blog tour! One Way Out is the fourth instalment in the Harry Virdee series. I really enjoyed this book, so let's get started... A bomb detonates in Bradford’s City Park.When the alert sounds, DC I Harry Virdee has just enough time to get his son and… Continue reading One Way Out by A. A. Dhand | Blog Tour | @aadhand @TransworldBooks #RandomThingsTours #OneWayOut
This is the 5th book in the Joona Linna series and without spoiling the review, this is the best that I have read so far!
So today I thought that I would take part in WWW Wednesday which was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm & then revived by Taking on a World of Words. This meme asks us to answer the following three questions - What are you currently reading? -- What did you finish recently reading? -- What… Continue reading WWW Wednesday #1
So about two years ago I dipped my toe into the ocean that is Nordic Noir, now for those who haven't heard of this genre I have the definition here from Wikipedia. It is also known as 'Scandi Noir' and is a genre of crime fiction written from a police point of view and is… Continue reading Nordic Noir
Now I am a massive fan of trilogies, however sometimes when I close the last book I feel deflated knowing that there will be no more. On the other hand is that what makes them so special rather than dragging a character out over too many books? I have been asking myself this question for… Continue reading Should they stop after 3 books?