Finally, July TBR!

It's that time again... and I'm late.... but here it is, finally, my July TBR! *Drums rolling* The fearless by Emma Pass. I picked this one up because I totally loved the cover. I know, I'm shallow, but look how pretty it is! Anyway, don't know much about this book, but seems to be the … Continue reading Finally, July TBR!

The Last Shadow Gate by M.W.Garza – Review

As soon as I received The last Shadow Gate which was published on the 7th of March 2017 I almost screamed! You guys know how much I love Michael's writing and for me this was his first book not zombie infested (Ha!) so I was really excited to read it. Like always, Michael delivers a … Continue reading The Last Shadow Gate by M.W.Garza – Review

An unsuitable job for a woman by P. D. James – book review

Soon after dropping out of university, Mark Challender was found hanging from the ceiling, faint traces of lipstick on his lips. Pryde Agency is hired by his father, a renown scientist, to find out what led him to suicide, however the private investigator, Cordelia Grey, finds the scent of murder. Her Agency partner agency killed himself, leaving … Continue reading An unsuitable job for a woman by P. D. James – book review

At last by Alice Bello writing as Ella Stone writing like a stone.

Are you fucking kidding me? Why in the name of all that's holy did you write this book with this characters in this setting that makes no bloody fucking sense? This is by far the worse book I have ever read in my entire life and that includes 50 Shades of Grey which compared to this is a masterpiece. Main character is Susan and she is left close to the altar and from here thing go down. Having your to-be husband giving you a note that he doesn't want to be your husband any more must be shit and I can't even wrap my head around it and I do sympathise with her. I'm a woman, duh! But that's the whole idea, for me to be sorry for her being a bitch to her best friend and acting like a two year old that doesn't get the toy when she doesn't even know what's she is really asking for. So let me rewind...

The Last Infection: A Post Apocalyptic Thriller by Michael W. Garza

I already stated that, I do love Zombies. Now I also love Michael for this fucktastic fabulmic book that's The last infection. Seriously, where was this guy hidden until now? I consider myself utterly lucky for having the chance to read his book.Two siblings, the girl Alicen, 8 years old, and Jake, 12 years old, are hiding … Continue reading The Last Infection: A Post Apocalyptic Thriller by Michael W. Garza

The Harbringer Break by Zachary Adams

As I promised, I would read random  books that people would request for me to review and this is the first in a series to follow. I picked this book from a huge pile of emails and I was instantly  curious as I read the blurb and when I am curious that's always a good … Continue reading The Harbringer Break by Zachary Adams

Crimson Night (Night #1) by Marie Hall

This Carnivale Diabolique allows Pandora and her family to blend in and feed their inner demons. Nephilims, they are each possessed by a demon which has to be fed, but they are not all the way bad. Pandora hosts the demon of Lust and she enthrall men by transforming into their desires and feeding off … Continue reading Crimson Night (Night #1) by Marie Hall

The shock of the fall – Nathan Filler

I'll tell you what happened because it will be a good way to introduce my brother. His name's Simon. I think you're going to like him. I really do. But in a couple of pages he'll be dead. And he was never the same after that.' The story is written from the point of view … Continue reading The shock of the fall – Nathan Filler

Arianna Rose by Jennifer & Christopher Martucci

Arianna Rose is the first book of the Arianna Rose series and it offers a more in-depth approach of the paranormal/psychological aspect of the genre. I was pleasantly surprised by this book, though it had its rise and falls. The novel starts with the death of Lily which is presumed to be a witch, though … Continue reading Arianna Rose by Jennifer & Christopher Martucci

Guest Post – Ruth Ellen Parlour, Earth Angel tour

It’s nearly the end of my blog tour and I’d like to thank Jane for hosting today! Earth Angel is my first novel and it has developed over quite a number of years as I’ve been learning more about the writing craft. I first developed the concept when I was a teenager and I’ve been … Continue reading Guest Post – Ruth Ellen Parlour, Earth Angel tour