Book Review: “Seed” by Lisa Heathfield

Synopsis from    Ignorance is bliss… And in Pearl’s case bliss is all she has ever known or at least a manufactured version of it. Being Pearl, is like being a prisoner of the mind, except that this mind is not her own. It has been shaped into everything she is not and although it…

Book Review: God Help The Child by “Toni Morrison”

Synopsis from    This was my first Toni Morrison read so I really did not know what to expect. And I almost feel that maybe I should have read one of the titles she is most famous to start with. However, as Toni Morrison tasters go, that was a pretty good one. I found amazing…

“Discover” Laura Lam and the Micah Grey series!!!

Hello everyone, Please let me introduce you to Laura Lam, who I would admit to not know very well. However her “Micah Grey’s” series have been on my TBR for a while and it is a real pleasure to have her here on CHOUETT to celebrate the re-release of her series on December 3rd 2015…

The Winner of the Green Carnation Prize 2015

After several hours of deliberation the Green Carnation judges have chosen their winner which has just been announced by the Chair of Judges Niven Govinden at an event in Foyles flagship store. And the winner is… Marlon James has won The Green Carnation Prize 2015 with his third novel A Brief History of Seven Killings.…

Not quite December wrap up…but still!

  It’s another one of my late wrap up!!! Yes the September one! I am running late! I am running late! I cannot believe it’s December and I have still 3 wrap ups to go and probably a good 7 reviews to write. But that’s ok, plenty of time…right?! 😊 . Well, since I have…

My take on #ReadRedRising so far…

  Hello everyone, So I answered the call to #readredrising last week! It is still going on on Twitter at the moment so if just like me you have had Red Rising by Pierce Brown on your TBR for a while, it is the best time to just jump in and take part or you…

Book Review: “We Were Liars” by E.Lockhart

Synopsis from  Marmite! Yes, it’s the first word that comes to mind, and that is after looking at a few reviews of this book. Apparently most readers either loved it or hated it! No real middle ground here. Keeping in mind that I read this novel a year and a half after its release (in…