Review: The Night Before, by Wendy Walker

What would you do if your sister disappeared? I mean, it’d be a toss-up between taking all my favourite clothes from her wardrobe and calling the police. But Wendy Walker’s new book is the kind of spine-chillingly good read that makes you rethink everything you know about family (and ESPECIALLY this family). It’s written from …

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Blog Tour: Reader, I Married Me! by Sophie Tanner

Settle down, ladies and gentlemen, for a story about happily ever afters. And that's what this is- in a sense. But it's the best kind of happily ever after: the knowledge that you can be just as happy and fulfilled without a significant other as with one. This is the story of Chloe, a woman …

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Review: The Bird King, by G. Willow Wilson

I don't think I've ever read a both that's quite so lush and strange as The Bird King. It’s an unusual mash-up of the exotic, magic, and historical fiction; it’s a slow-burner, but rewards patient reading. It also contains some of the freshest twists on heroes, damsels in distress and villains that I’ve recently had the …

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Blog Tour: The Botanist’s Daughter, by Kayte Nunn

Time to celebrate the magic of plants! But first, we have to celebrate the magic of this book cover, because I am absolutely in love with it. It is a thing of beauty, and hats off to the design team behind it. They have some good stuff to work with, though. The Botanist's Daughter is a lovely …

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