Book Review: The Mime Order

I was in the library the other day to pick up some books for my daughter (school holidays), and I picked up The Mime Order by Samantha Shannon.  This is the second book in the Bone Season Series. I previously reviewed the first book, the Bone Season here. Book two …

Book Review: Ridiculous

Ridiculous by D.L. Carter is a regency romance with a twist. After the death of her miserly cousin, Antony North, Millicent Boarder fakes her own death and assumes his identity in order to ensure her mother and two sisters are properly cared for rather than face the poorhouse as they …

Book review: Burned

My blog has had issues over the past week. It appears to be working again now. Let’s hope it stays that way. My book review today is for the Karen Marie Moning Fever novel, Burned. In a war ravaged Dublin where the Fae and humans battle for control, tempers flare, passions run …

Book Review: Coral Sea Affair

The Coral Sea Affair by Aussie Author Drew Lindsay is one of many stories about former police officer Ben Hood (this is the first). Ben Hood is a Sydney policeman who is placed on leave for shooting two people against police procedure. He goes back to Karate training and joins a …

Book Review: The Bone Season

The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon is a fantasy set in the years 2059 in a London that’s very different thanks to a change in the course of history over two hundred years earlier. The unnaturals, people with clairvoyant abilities of differing types, are hunted and sent to a place …

Book Review: The Tailor’s Girl

The Tailor’s Girl by Fiona McIntosh is a fantastic story of love both lost and found. It’s 1919, and “Jonesy” can’t remember who he is. He remembers glimpses of his times in the trenches, believing he was in the battle of Ypres, but he has no memory of his life …