In The Dark by Cara Hunter (Book Review)

Thriller • A woman and child are found locked in a basement, barely alive, and unidentifiable: the woman can’t speak, there are no missing persons reports that match their profile, and the confused, elderly man who owns the house claims he has never seen them before. The inhabitants of the quiet street are in shock—how could this happen right under their noses? But Detective Inspector Adam Fawley knows nothing is impossible. And no one is as innocent as they seem...

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If You’re Out There by Katy Loutzenhiser (Book Review)

Contemporary-Mystery • After Zan’s best friend moves to California, she is baffled and crushed when Priya suddenly ghosts. Worse, Priya’s social media has turned into a stream of ungrammatical posts chronicling a sunny, vapid new life that doesn’t sound like her at all. Everyone tells Zan not to...

A World Without Heroes (Beyonders #1) by Brandon Mull (Book Review)

Juvenile Fiction - Fantasy ● Jason Walker has often wished his life could be a bit less predictable—until a routine day at the zoo ends with Jason suddenly transporting from the hippo tank to a place unlike anything he’s ever seen. In the past, the people of Lyrian welcomed visitors from...

Ghost Virus by Graham Masterton (Book Review)

Horror ● The girl had been staring into her mirror all morning before she picked up the small bottle of sulphuric acid and poured it over her forehead. Samira was a young woman with her whole life ahead of her. What could have brought her to this?

Strange Fruit Vol.2 by Joel Christian Gill (Graphic Novel Review)

Graphic Novel • Like all legends, people fade away, but not before leaving an incredible legacy. Each of the eight illustrated chapters chronicles an uncelebrated African American hero or event...

The Loneliest Girl In The Universe by Lauren James (Book Review)

Romy Silvers is the only surviving crew-member of a spaceship travelling to a new planet, on a mission to establish a second home for humanity amongst the stars. Alone in space, she is the loneliest girl in the universe until she hears about a new ship which has launched from Earth – with a single passenger on board.

The Suspicions of Mr.Whicher – Book Review

I finally got around to reading 'The Suspicions of Mr.Whicher' by Kate Summerscale. Now, was it as exciting as I'd thought it would be? Short answer, no. I originally thought this was going to be more about the actual murder but in truth, that took up only half of the book(spread out ofcourse, not as... Continue Reading →

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