Disclaimer: I was given a copy of this book to review however all thoughts and opinions are my own and in no way influenced by this. I honestly don't think I've read a book set in Australia before and I loved it. It was great to read a book written in a different setting. I … Continue reading One Would Think The Deep – Review and Giveaway
Finally, over a month later, here is my YALC haul. Yes ,I spent a lot of money but I had saved for a while for the event and surprisingly still came away with money in my purse. Firstly, I brought ALLLL the books. In the picture those on the right are those I purchased, the bottom … Continue reading YALC 2018 Haul
Faith's father has been found dead under mysterious circumstances, and as she is searching through his belongings for clues she discovers a strange tree. The tree only grows healthy and bears fruit if you whisper a lie to it. The fruit of the tree, when eaten, will deliver a hidden truth to the person who … Continue reading The Lie Tree – Review
Here is my Sunday round-up for YALC 2018. My Saturday round-up can be found here. I started off the day with The Suspense is Killing Me talk - it was absolutely fantastic, I loved it! I will definitely be exploring the authors from the talk at some point in the future. I then went … Continue reading YALC Sunday – Round up
After a long wait, here is my round up of my Saturday at YALC 2018. After I entered, I immediately started walking around and taking in all the fantastic stalls that were there this year. The publishers, sellers and YALC had gone all out this year with some brilliant displays, including the YALC book wall … Continue reading YALC Saturday – Round Up
If you're like me and have yet to pack your bag for YALC this weekend, I thought I'd share a quick, what's in my YALC bag (or soon to be once I've actually got round to doing it) So, these won't exactly be in my bag however, comfy shoes are a must. I'm also bringing … Continue reading What’s in my YALC bag 2018?
Sixteen-year-old Nina Kane should be worrying about her immortal soul, but she's too busy trying to actually survive. Her town's population has been decimated by soul-consuming demons, and souls are in short supply. Watching over her younger sister, Mellie, and scraping together food and money are all that matters. The two of them are a … Continue reading The Stars Never Rise – Review