Book Review: Vigil by Angela Slatter

Vigil wasn’t at all what I was expecting, but I was pleasantly surprised. The story takes place in a modified version of Brisbane which has both the normal human elements as well as those of the Weyrd. It follows Verity’s investigation into the Weyrd’s involvement in the disappearance of normal human children, including a more personal element, and becomes more complex with added layers of intrigue as the novel progresses.

Book Review: Thornwood House

Title: Thornwood House Author: Anna Romer Publisher: Simon & Schuster Australia Publication Date: 1st September 2013 Genre: Mixed – Mystery / Historical Fiction / Contemporary Fiction When Audrey Kepler inherits an abandoned homestead in rural Queensland, she jumps at the chance to escape her loveless existence in the city and make a fresh start. In a …

Book Review: TimeStorm

TimeStorm by Australian author Steve Harrison and has been on my to-be-read list for some time. I love reading books set in my home town, so I couldn’t pass this one up. On to the review… In 1795, a convict ship — the Marlin — leaves England for the new …

Book Review: Paralyzed – Vagabond Circus #2

Last week I posted a review of Sarah Noffke’s Suspended, Book One of the Vagabond Circus series. Today I will be writing about the second book, Paralyzed, released last week. Paralyzed opens directly on from the ending of Suspended. Titus is lost without his best friend, unsure how to keep …