Month: January 2019

Amelia Fang and the Half Moon Holiday

Books for March 2019

A monthly feature where I do a round up of the books I’m most excited to read (or have already

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The End We Start From

The End We Start From – Review

This is the first time I’ve come across the term cli-fi when describing a genre of fiction, I’ve usually classified

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The Power

The Power – Review

Naomi Alderman’s novel ‘The Power’ is a well-deserved winner of the Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction 2017. Naomi takes the

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The Price Guide to the Occult

The Price Guide To The Occult – Review

I am just so shallow, again it was the cover that sold this book to me. But it was worth

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Amelia Fang and the Memory Thief

Amelia Fang And The Memory Thief – Review

Another adventure for Amelia and her fangtastic friends, this time we may get to the root of the problems between

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The Woman in Black

The Woman In Black – Review

The Woman in Black has always been a book that has been floating around my head as a book to

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Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go – Review

Melancholic. This is about the only word that can be used to describe this book, it is there from the

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The Book of Imaginary Beings

The Book of Imaginary Beings – Review

In 2018 (and still continuing now) I had set myself a challenge to read more books that were seen as

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The Hobbit

Reviews vs. Ratings

There’s been a lot of discussion on Twitter lately on a lot of different things re. ARCs, positive reviews, book

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Reunion

Reunion – Review

For such a small book it packs a large punch. I only discovered this novella recently when I saw someone

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The Legend of Podkin One-Ear

The Legend Of Podkin One-Ear – Review

It’s a bit cliched and I don’t often say it, so here goes. This is an instant classic and will

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Mirror Magic

Mirror Magic – Review

Magic in mirrors, alternative worlds, doorways through mirrors. All these topics had me so interested in this book when it

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The Wolf and the Watchman

The Wolf and the Watchman – Review

Gritty, full of shit and piss, dark and twisting. This is my favourite book of 2019, at the moment. As

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Growth

Plans for 2019

Now that the Christmas retail and boozing rush is over I can get on with the plans for 2019 to

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