Book Review: “False Hearts” by Laura Lam

It is said that “False Hearts” is reminiscent of a cross between “Ophan Black” the TV Series and “Inception” the movie. Luckily I have watched neither so there is nothing to shape my expectation of this novel. This is a new world, in a new century. A new era where a technology corrupted San Francisco…

Book Review: “A Court Of Thorn And Roses” by Sarah J. Maas

It was my first read by Sarah J.Maas and I have very mixed feelings about this book. I didn’t think it was bad, however it was not out of this world fantastic. I suspect it may have fallen victim to its own hype a little, in my opinion. Feyre our main character, in some respect…

Book Review: “Time to Die” by Caroline Mitchell

  If you ever have the misfortune to meet “The Raven” do not let him give you a tarot card reading. If you do, consider your days numbered. Because nothing will stop the prophecy from being fulfilled. Now if DC Jennifer Knight thought that former foe Frank (now resting in the ether), was going to…

Book Review: “The Doubt Factory” by Paolo Bacigalupi

Now, how do I summarise “The Doubt Factory” for you readers? I have to say, it is a tough one. I absolutely loved the premise of the book but then, there is a departure from it that lands it into “Stockholm Syndrome” territory which then justifies the progress of the plot in a less than…

Book Review: “Only Ever Yours” by Louise O’Neill

In a world where the worth of a woman is contained in a petri dish, where she has been stripped off her name, her identity and trained to repress if it exists, any desire to be the best she can be, Freida will just have to be happy. Because in this world, the highest she…