Book Review: eden

eden by Candice Fox follows on from the first book in the trilogy: hades. Following on from the events of the first book, Frank Bennett decides to drink away his pain. Eden urges him to deal with his issues and get back to work, which includes helping her father, criminal overlord …

Book Review: Saving Francesca

On Australia Day there was a blog hop organised by Shellyrae from Book’d Out. It was such fun and I happened to win Saving Francesca from the lovely Amy at Lost in a Good Book. She even sent me a bookmark. Thanks Amy 🙂 Most Aussie teenagers in the 90s …

Book Review: hades

hades is the first novel by Australian Author Candice Fox. I’d read a few good reviews of this novel and added it to my Australian Women’s Writer’s challenge list, as well the serial killer category of the Eclectic Reader’s challenge. Hades Archer deals with problems. But when two young and …

Book Review: After the Winter

After the Winter by Mark R. Healy is the first book in the Silent Earth series. Brant is a synthetic. He’s spent the last year in the wastelands in a future Earth desolated by nuclear winter. On the run from a group called the Marauders, who cannibalise other synthetics for spare parts, Brant …

Book Review: Lost & Found

My daughter has been taking my ipad, meaning I haven’t had a chance to do much reading (since most of it is digital these days). I picked up a copy of Lost & Found by Brooke Davis in my local Big W and read it at the beach over the weekend. The review: Seven …

Book Review: Hold On To Me

Hold on to Me by Victoria Purman is the fourth book in the Boys of Summer series. I didn’t know this before I purchased the book and was pleasantly surprised to find myself back in Middle Point. On to the review: Stella Ryan has rebuilt her life in the sleepy coastal …