The Girl who Cried Wolf by Bella James is everything.
Think John Green, but with a bit of Mitch Albom’s magic in there.
The Amber Maze by Christopher Bowden is crafted so beautifully, you’ll find yourself questioning your own mysteries in this wonderful noir fiction.
Overkill by Vanda Symon is one of those books where you’re just sat reading, minding your own business, and then all of a sudden you’ve read 130 pages and wondering where the time has gone.
When I was at a book launch back in May, I was talking to someone who had read this book earlier in the year, and she said this was her most anticipated book of the year so far and she loved it. She’d set the expectation so high for Overkill, and trust me, I was NOT disappointed.
This book is everything. When I finished reading Awakened by James Murray and Darren Wearmouth, I just closed the book and just sat there for what felt like an eternity.
Highly engrossing and one of the BEST stories imaginable.
For me, The Gathering by Bernadette Giacomazzo really sets the scene for what could be a very good series.
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Originally, I really liked the concept of Duck Egg Blues by Martin Ungless– it was different, and maybe that’s why it ended up not being my cup of tea…