In After The Fire by Will Hill, the story of how a cult community reaches a devastating crisis unfolds through the disjointed memories of one of its survivors, Moonbeam.
Live and Learn by Amanda Vint Synopsis: First book in the Live and Learn romance series. After her multi-millionaire father’s death, Eleanor’s life is forced in a different direction. Whilst her mother and sister inherit money, Eleanor inherits her father’s corporate design company. Becoming the head of a high-end corporation is a real… Read More Live and Learn – Book Review
Summary: 100 Dates & a Wedding relates the dating tribulations of a young French divorcee named Valerie Duval. It narrates Valerie’s dating experiences in London and shares the lessons she learnt from them. Her disillusionments, her joys, and her own ambiguities are shared without concession questioning how to deal with a break up after… Read More 100 Dates and a Wedding – Book Review
After reading Proud Patrick, I took it into my head to visit Michael O’Reilly’s profile on Goodreads, where I learned that he counts among his main influences, not only writers such as Forster, Hardy, Joyce, Melville, and Shakespeare, but also filmmakers such as Bergman, Cassavetes, Kubrick, Kurosawa, and Lean. I found this list of… Read More Proud Patrick – Book Review
His Guilty Secret by Helene Fermont Synopsis: Secrets & Lies Are Dangerous. When Jacques’s body is discovered in a hotel room his wife, Patricia, suspects he has been hiding something from her.
Title: The Scribbled Victims Author: Robert Tomoguchi Genre: Vampire/ Literary Fiction/ Paranormal Yelena Solodnikova is a vampire. Jaded by her true love abandoning her years ago, Yelena refuses to grow too attached to anyone, leaving her unable to succumb to her vampiric instincts without feeling ashamed. But when Yelena meets Orly, a twelve-year-old… Read More Editorial Review – The Scribbled Victims
The first time I had to put Douglas L. Wilson’s Affinity’s Window down because I was too scared was on page 51. If you think that sounds like it’s not very far into the novel, that’s because it isn’t. The sun was going down, the back of my neck had begun to prickle, and I… Read More Affinity’s Window – Book Review