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Review – Lie With Me by Philippe Bensson

Synopsis: Just outside a hotel in Bordeaux, Philippe, a famous writer, chances upon a young man who bears a striking resemblance to his first love. What follows is a look back to Philippe's teenage years, to a winter morning in 1984, a small French high school, and a carefully timed encounter between two seventeen-year-olds. It's… Continue reading Review – Lie With Me by Philippe Bensson

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Review – Inexpressible Island by Paullina Simons

Synopsis: They were ready for anything … except the end. The must-read conclusion to Paullina Simons' epic End of Forever saga. Julian has lost everything he ever loved and is almost out of time. His life and death struggle against fate offers him one last chance to do the impossible and save the woman to… Continue reading Review – Inexpressible Island by Paullina Simons

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A Giveaway – The Guardian of Lies by Kate Furnivall

Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Guardian of Lies by Kate Furnivall. Another fantastic historical fiction from one of my favourite authors! Synopsis: 1953, the South of France. The fragile peace between the West and Soviet Russia hangs on a knife edge. And one family has been torn apart by secrets… Continue reading A Giveaway – The Guardian of Lies by Kate Furnivall

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Review – Safe House by Jo Jakeman

Today is my stop on the blog tour for Safe House by Jo Jakeman. This book has got me guessing till the very end! Synopsis: The morning after a terrible storm, a woman turns up in a remote Cornish village. She calls herself Charlie, but it's a name she's only had for a few days.… Continue reading Review – Safe House by Jo Jakeman

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Review – The Dressmaker’s Gift by Fiona Valpy

The Dressmaker's Gift by Fiona Valpy is out last week. I read it over the summer and it was the perfect historical fiction that intertwined the past and present. I have thoroughly enjoyed this book! Synopsis: Paris, 1940. With the city occupied by the Nazis, three young seamstresses go about their normal lives as best… Continue reading Review – The Dressmaker’s Gift by Fiona Valpy

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Blackberry and Wild Rose by Sonia Velton

Blackberry and Wild Rose by Sonia Velton is published in paperback this week. I read it in January this year and it has stayed with me ever since then. Blackberry and Wild Rose remains to be one of my very favourite reads this year. A rich description with a hint of darkness; complicated and complex… Continue reading Blackberry and Wild Rose by Sonia Velton

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Extract – Travels With Sushi in The Land of The Mind by Edward Shyfrin

Today is my stop on the blog tour for Travels With Sushi in The Land of The Mind by Edward Shyfrin. When I saw the title of this book, I just knew I needed to read it! What an absolutely perfect middle grade book for everyone to enjoy! It was so adorable and intriguing; it… Continue reading Extract – Travels With Sushi in The Land of The Mind by Edward Shyfrin

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Extract – The Postcard by Zoe Folbigg

Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Postcard by Zoe Folbigg. I have been a huge fan of Zoe because of her last book The Note so I was so excited to read The Postcard! For someone who loves to read romance, this ticks all the boxes for me. It is so… Continue reading Extract – The Postcard by Zoe Folbigg

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Review – Number One Chinese Restaurant by Lillian Li

Synopsis: The popular Beijing Duck House in Rockville, Maryland has been serving devoted regulars for decades, but behind the staff's professional smiles simmer tensions, heartaches and grudges from decades of bustling restaurant life.  Owner Jimmy Han has ambitions for a new high-end fusion place, hoping to eclipse his late father's homely establishment. Jimmy's older brother,… Continue reading Review – Number One Chinese Restaurant by Lillian Li

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Review – Bearmouth by Liz Hyder

It's my turn on the blog tour for Bearmouth by Liz Hyder today. A very uniqued story that I have totally loved reading a few weeks back! Synopsis: It only taykes one person to start a revolushun  Life in Bearmouth is one of hard labour, the sunlit world above the mine a distant memory. Reward… Continue reading Review – Bearmouth by Liz Hyder