It was cold and grey outside with rain streaming down my windows like mini waterfalls but I had the perfect antidote in my hands – Jen Gilroy’s new book. Reading The Wishing Tree In Irish Falls is like being wrapped in a fleece blanket and handed a cup of warm hot chocolate while sitting in … Continue reading ARC Review: The Wishing Tree In Irish Falls.
Written in a bright and bubbly style but with deep emotion at its core, Rewrite The Stars takes that ‘what if’ and sees it through to the end. The latest novel by Emma Heatherington had me hooked from the start with an impassioned, all consuming depiction of first love that felt like it leapt off … Continue reading ARC Book Review: Rewrite The Stars.
Oh, I know how this goes – or so I thought after reading the blurb. As it turns out, in the words of Ygritte from, Game of Thrones, “You know nothing, Tara Snow.” The Day We Meet Again by Miranda Dickinson had many up and downs and twists and turns - enough to keep me … Continue reading ARC Book Review: The Day We Meet Again.
Do you read book dedications? I do, always, and quite often they make me wonder about that person, especially if it's just one name or an initial. It seems to be something Katherine Slee has also pondered, given that her debut, For Emily, centres around a series of cryptic dedications in children’s books written by … Continue reading ARC Book Review: For Emily.