Book Review

Book Review: The Cruelest Mercy by Natalie Mae

Second books, especially within a series, can often be tricky things, and for every second…

Book Review: Blackout – a series of love stories by six of YA fiction’s biggest authors

Blackout is a delightful, sprawling, warm and funny YA novel from six authors: Dhonielle Clayton,…

Book Review: That Weekend by Kara Thomas

Kara Thomas’ That Weekend is a lot of things. It’s creepy, gripping, tense from start…

Book Review: Someone I Used To Know by Paige Toon

With 16 published contemporary adult fiction novels to her name – not to mention several…

Book Review: Filthy Animals by Brandon Taylor

Lionel, making his first tentative steps back into the world after a suicide attempt, attends…

Book Review: Will This House Last Forever? by Xanthi Barker

Xanthi Barker’s father, the poet Sebastian Barker, left her mother for another woman when Xanthi…

Book Review: The Mismatch by Sara Jafari

Soraya Nazari is a twenty-one year old girl from an over-protective Muslim family. Having recently…

Book Review: A Pho Love Story by Loan Le

Loan Le’s debut novel A Pho Love Story is a solid YA romance novel that…

Book Review: The Boyband Murder Mystery by Ava Eldred

If you’ve ever doubted the positive impact a fandom can have, Ava Eldred’s debut YA…

24 must-read books for summer 2021

After a long, dreary winter spent cooped up inside, summer’s arrival can’t come soon enough.…

Book Review: Mrs England by Stacey Halls

When the kindly family she works for relocate to America, Ruby May – a newly…

Book Review: The Jasmine Throne by Tasha Suri

Inspired by the history and epics of India, The Jasmine Throne is a rich and…