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Book Review: Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door.

I had to look up the definition of ‘romp’ after finishing Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door, because this hilarious, spirited, warm-hearted book definitely felt like one to me. Apparently it’s “to play in a rough, excited and noisy way” which certainly fits Lucy Score’s fast-paced, action-packed rom com with a colourful cast… Continue reading Book Review: Riley Thorn and the Dead Guy Next Door.

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ARC Review: The Railway Girls.

As a result of one thing and another, I haven’t felt much like reading recently (I’ll post about it soon) and, if my TBR pile had been a physical thing instead of e-books, it would no doubt be about to topple off my bedside table. However, one evening, with a bit of free time on… Continue reading ARC Review: The Railway Girls.

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ARC Review: Set My Heart To Five.

“A story of loneliness, love and loose connections...” - that first sentence of the blurb was enough for me, I was already hooked. And thank goodness I didn't read any more of the synopsis because had I also discovered the main character was a ‘bot’, I might have thought twice about reading Set My Heart… Continue reading ARC Review: Set My Heart To Five.

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ARC Book Review: Another Us.

Not only is this book a compelling, funny and moving read but I think Another Us also gives valuable (and much needed) insight into family life where a child has been diagnosed with autism. While I have friends with children on the spectrum - and I listen and try and understand what life can be… Continue reading ARC Book Review: Another Us.