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Book Review – Strange Weather in Tokyo by Hiromi Kawakami

Thank you to Tandem Collective and Granta books for a copy of Strange Weather in Tokyo by Hiromi Kawakami. This was a short but heartwarming read, it took me a little longer than planned to finish though. The characters and their relationship are explored and developed throughout the book. I think i would have liked… Continue reading Book Review – Strange Weather in Tokyo by Hiromi Kawakami

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Twilight by Stephanie Meyer – Book Review

I felt like I was one in a small minority who had never read Twilight. It was all the rage when I was in school. The Harry Potter books had ended and Twilight swept the teen universe. I never felt like I was missing out, though recently I had been contemplating reading it for the… Continue reading Twilight by Stephanie Meyer – Book Review

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Book Review – The Grateful Boys by Francoise DuMaurier

When seventeen-year-old Hailey’s multi-racial, single parent family migrate to the tiny rural town of Corpus, Georgia (population 700), she would rather have moved anywhere but there. That is, until she spots him. Mysterious definitely, perhaps even supernatural. Where Hailey is awe-struck by the young man of her dreams, her little brother, Mason, sees a soulless creature of… Continue reading Book Review – The Grateful Boys by Francoise DuMaurier

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Book Review – The Redpoint Crux by Morgan Shamy

First of all thank you to The Fantastic Flying Book Club, Mmorgan Shamy and The Parliament House for a copy of this book to take part in the blog tour. This in no way influences my opinion or views of the book. A combination of mystery, ballet, climbing, this book had me interested from the… Continue reading Book Review – The Redpoint Crux by Morgan Shamy

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BOOK REVIEW – American Psycho by Brett Easton Ellis

Title: American Psycho Author: Brett Easton Ellis Publiation Date: 1991 Genre: Transgressive fiction, postmodern, horror, black comedy "Patrick Bateman is twenty-six and he works on Wall Street, he is handsome, sophisticated, charming and intelligent. He is also a psychopath. Taking us to head-on collision with America's greatest dream—and its worst nightmare—American Psycho is bleak, bitter, black comedy about a… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – American Psycho by Brett Easton Ellis

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BOOK REVIEW – Dead Ringer

Title: Dead Ringer Author: Nicola Martin Published: February 2020 Genre: Thriller Rating: 4/5 “Get ready to meet the other you. Just upload your photo to get started. Using the latest facial recognition software, plus your votes. MeetYourDouble will find you doppelganger. Start now.” Is there someone in the world that looks like you? What would… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – Dead Ringer

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D.O.G.S. by M. A. Bennett – Book Review

Title: D.O.G.S. Author: M. A. Bennett Published: September 2019 Genre: Young Adult Thriller Rating: 5/5 stars “That’s why I’d begun to trust him. He’d said last, not laaast. Pass not paaass. He was a northerner.” Review number two of the week. I am part of the bookstagram tour for this book on Instagram, check out my post on my account @wishfulbooks.… Continue reading D.O.G.S. by M. A. Bennett – Book Review

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S.T.A.G.S. – book review

Title: S.T.A.G.S. Author: M. A. Bennett (Twitter/Instagram) Published: 2017          Genre: Young Adult Thriller Rating: 4/5 Stars “I think I might be a murderer” I received this book and the sequel DOGS for the DOGS bookstagram tour from Darkroom Tours, M A Bennett and Hot Key Books. All opinions are my own and have not been influenced… Continue reading S.T.A.G.S. – book review