Blog Tour | Book Review: The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea

Jón Eiríksson buried one wife this year.But how long can his secrets remain hidden? 1686, Iceland. A wild, isolated landscape that can swallow a man without so much as a volcanic gasp, where superstitious Icelanders are haunted by all-too-recent memories of witch trials.  Rósa is leaving her home in Skalholt. Betrothed unexpectedly to the mysterious … Continue reading Blog Tour | Book Review: The Glass Woman by Caroline Lea

Book Box Unboxing: The Abominable Book Club (Dec box) #abominablebookclub

“The Abominable Book Club contains all the dark magic of a haunted bookshop, summoned directly to your doorstep!” It’s time to unbox the third Abominable Book Club Box, aka the December box. It's official this is the first book box I have subscribed to, every single other book box I have ever bought has been … Continue reading Book Box Unboxing: The Abominable Book Club (Dec box) #abominablebookclub

Ramblings from my pages… #13

Welcome to the thirteenth instalment of Ramblings from my pages… I posted last Sunday, again today, I think I might finally be getting the hang of this weekly thing! This post was inspired by It’s Book Talk’s “5 on Friday: Things I’m Loving Lately” – it differs slightly, similar in that it will feature bookish and non-bookish topics, but … Continue reading Ramblings from my pages… #13

Book Review: The Last by Hanna Jameson

I've had my eye on The Last ever since I first heard about it back in June 2018, it was advertised as an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery set at the end of the world. It sounded amazing, and it did not disappoint! BREAKING: Nuclear weapon detonates over Washington BREAKING: London hit, thousands feared dead. BREAKING: Munich … Continue reading Book Review: The Last by Hanna Jameson

Book Review: Pet Sematary by Stephen King

My Stephen King journey continues, with the approaching movie adaptation, it was the turn of Pet Sematary.  'SOMETIMES...DEAD IS BETTER' The house looked right, felt right to Dr Louis Creed. Rambling, old, unsmart and comfortable. A place where the family could settle; the children grow and play and explore. The rolling hills and meadows of Maine … Continue reading Book Review: Pet Sematary by Stephen King