Book Review: “They Both Die At The End” by Adam Silvera

At first, I could not tell whether the story was set into the near future or in a very similar parallel world to ours with only a few minute differences until very far in the book. Β It turns out that it is set in 2017 and that the only thing we managed to crack about…

Book Review: “The Crash” by Lisa Drakeford

A car crashing into a house may be a rare occurrence but it does happen more than you might think. For our best friends Sophie and Tye, an uneventful TV with snacks afternoon is suddenly interrupted by an imploding wall buckling under the pressure of a car forcing its way through. One driver, two passengers,…

My Stop on “The Space Between The Stars” Tour

Hello everyone, Today I have the pleasure of sharing an extract of “The Space Between The Stars” by Anne Corlett as part of the ongoing blog tour which started only a few days ago. Β If you want to catch up, feel free to go back to the first extract post a on the stops below….

Book Review: “The Elephant Thief” by Jane Kerr

This is an enchanting story about a young boy who has his life flipped upside down in the blink of an eye. But has he jumped out of the frying pan into the fire? You would hope that anything would be better than surviving from petty thieving or risking to be caught not only by…

My stop on the Street Song tour with a review!

Hello everyone, And welcome to my stop on the #StreetSong tour. And you can find my thoughts about the book reading my review below. Enjoy!   I have never been a fan of manufactured TV singing contests. Their nature of feeding off the contestants rather than nurturing them has often been a recipe for failure…

Book Review: “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas

What sixteen-year-old Starr witnesses, becomes more than headline news as she sees her life shattering for what many would see as being in the wrong place at the wrong time. A car ride should be uneventful, but that night when Khalil was driving Starr home, they got arrested. White cop, black kids, gun shot, Khalil…