Book Review

The Phlebotomist by Chris Panatier

Firstly, a huge thank you to Caroline and Angry Robot Books for sending me a copy of The Phlebotomist in exchange for an honest review. In a near future where citizens are subject to the mandatory blood draw, government phlebotomist Willa Wallace witnesses an event that makes her question her whole world. To recover from… Continue reading The Phlebotomist by Chris Panatier

2021 SFF Badge Collecting Challenge, Book Review

Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

As soon as I heard that Kazuo Ishiguro was releasing a new book I immediately pre-ordered it. Never Let Me Go is one of my favourite books, so when I saw that Klara and the Sun would once again be exploring scientific themes as well as humanity I was even more excited to read it.… Continue reading Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

ARC, Book Review

The Swimmers by Marian Womack

Firstly, huge thank you to Titan Books and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review. The Swimmers is a reimagining of Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea, set in a dystopian, futuristic, Earth that has been almost destroyed by global warming and climate change. This has led… Continue reading The Swimmers by Marian Womack

Book Review

The Connection by David Billingsley

Firstly, huge thanks to David for reaching out and providing me with a copy of his novel in exchange for an honest review.  The Connection is a story of the different connections people have to each other through their lifetimes, especially in the small town of Dinley in West Texas, but with a hint of… Continue reading The Connection by David Billingsley

Book Review

The Last Qumranian by Joe Basile

Firstly, huge thank you to Odyssey Books for getting in touch and sending me a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.  The Last Qumranian takes place in a world where time travel has been used to create a reality where the birth of Christ was stopped. A world where Lukas narrowly… Continue reading The Last Qumranian by Joe Basile

Wrap Up

Monthly Wrap Up – July 2020

It's the end of the month and it's also nearly the end of my first week back to book blogging; this wrap up might be slightly odd this month as it is the first one. Even in this short space of time the welcome back I've from people in the community has been lovely and… Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up – July 2020

Book Review

Hope Island by Tim Major

I picked up Hope Island after seeing quite a lot of people talk about it on Instagram. The bright, Lichtenstein-esque, cover caught my eye and the description sounded very intriguing and unlike a novel that I have read for a while.  The novel centres around Nina Scaife, a workaholic TV producer, and her relationship with… Continue reading Hope Island by Tim Major