Blog Tours

Blog Tours

Blog Tour – Lying with Lions by Annabel Fielding

Welcome to my stop on the Lying with Lions blog tour! Huge thanks to Annabel Fielding for giving me the opportunity to take part in this!

Edwardian England. Agnes Ashford knows that her duty is threefold: she needs to work on cataloguing the archive of the titled Bryant family, she needs to keep the wounds of her past tightly under wraps, and she needs to be quietly grateful to her employers for taking her up in her hour of need. However, a dark secret she uncovers due to her work thrusts her into the Bryants’ brilliant orbit – and into the clutch of their ambitions.… Continue reading →

Blog Tour – The Empire’s Ruin by Brian Staveley

Staveley is an author who I have heard a lot about since coming back into the world of fantasy, so when the invitation for this blog tour landed in my inbox I knew I had to accept! I was immediately gripped by the first chapter of The Empire’s Ruin and it is easy to see why Staveley is a favourite amongst fans of the genre.… Continue reading →

Blog Tour – Rayna’s Sacrifice by A.D. Lombardo

After finishing the last book, I was very excited to get started on this one as I have been itching to go to the Katori mountains since the first book in the series, The Half-Light and it definitely didn’t disappoint! Although we are introduced to other settings in the previous two books, I loved the fact that from the beginning we are in an entirely new place and beginning to learn more about the mysterious and secretive Katori people. … Continue reading →

Blog Tour – Cabin Fever by Alex Dahl

Whilst this is not a genre I typically read, I do get hooked by Scandinavian crime dramas and find thrillers around therapists particularly interesting. So, when I was approached with a blog tour invite for Cabin Fever how could I say no? This novel was every bit as gripping as I expected and I devoured the entire thing on one Sunday morning.… Continue reading →

Blog Tour – Rabbits by Terry Miles

When I saw a book in my inbox marketed as ‘Murakami meets Ready Player One’ I just had to know more! Although Ready Player One disappointed me, I loved the idea of it and those who have been here for a while now know of my love for Murakami. After reading this book that line is probably the most perfect way to describe this rollercoaster of a novel which I was gripped by! … Continue reading →

Blog Tour – The High-Rise Diver by Julia von Lucadou

This was such an interesting concept and take on the dystopian genre, it was so mysterious and gripping as information about this society and this world is slowly fed to you over the course of the novel. You’re not even told who the protagonist is until a couple of chapters in. I really liked this feeling of already being involved in the world, the idea that this is something that has been going on for a while and is no longer out of the norm for the protagonist to feel the need to tell us about it explicitly. … Continue reading →

Blog Tour – Grown Ups by Marie Aubert

I really love books that just provide a brief snapshot into the lives of ordinary people, so when I heard about this book of 40 year-old Ida struggling to come to terms that life as a ‘grown up’ isn’t what she imagined it immediately connected with me and I jumped at the chance to be part of this tour. … Continue reading →

Blog Tour – Mariana’s Secret by A.D. Lombardo

A couple of months ago I was lucky enough to be on the blog tour for Lombardo’s The Half-Light, which is the first novel in the Katori Chronicles, so when I saw that there were blog tour spots for the rest of the series I jumped onboard immediately. Before we jump into this review, if you are interested in reading Mariana’s Secret please go back and read The Half-Light first as there are major spoilers for the first novel in the opening chapter of this one! … Continue reading →

Blog Tour – Threadneedle by Cari Thomas

This book has been taking bookish social media by storm and within the first couple of chapters I could easily see why. From loveable characters to mysterious magic, from dangerous curses to navigating the social pitfalls of senior school, this book has it all and I am very excited to see where the series goes! … Continue reading →

Blog Tour – Emmet and Me by Sara Gethin

The focus of this novel is very much on the characters which I adored, especially because the characters were just so interesting. I always think that children are very difficult characters to get right and yet, Gethin portrayed them beautifully. From the sibling bickering to Claire learning about the world, from the children reluctantly adapting to their new lives to Emmet attempting to find ways to change his reality.… Continue reading →

Blog Tour – Things to Do Before the End of the World by Emily Barr

Whilst I was incredibly intrigued by the summary, at first I wasn’t quite sure how I felt about Libby and the whole situation, however, before I knew it, I had devoured the entire book within two hours! I was so gripped by Libby and her cousin, Natasha, as well as whether the world would truly end on the 17th September that I just couldn’t bring myself to put it down or go to sleep until I had finished the book. … Continue reading →

Blog Tour – The Witch’s Heart by Genevieve Gornichec

After rediscovering my love for Greek mythology through retellings last year I was eager to find more from other mythologies, particularly Norse as it is one of my favourites. As soon as I heard about this novel being released I knew that I just had to read it, especially as it is one of my favourite stories from Norse mythology too. Gornichec has done a wonderful job bringing this story to life through her writing and portrayal of such classic figures in Norse mythology and it has become one of my favourite retellings of all time. … Continue reading →


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