So another book set in a cold climate. This time the book, Ice Rift by Ben Hammond is set in the most cold and challenging climate – Antarctica. The book is described as “an action adventure survival horror set in
Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty was a difficult book to review. Centred around a barbecue with 3 couples and their 3 children attending. Truly Madly Guilty focuses on a specific event that occurred at the barbecue, an event that
Ever since Urban Decay brought out the Naked palettes, drug stores have tried to capitalise on the popularity of eye-shadows in palette form rather than singles etc. I like a palette. It gives you the opportunity to create a multitude of
Reading a book that’s plot takes place in winter is one of the most cooling things to do in the heat of summer. Because of this I picked up Snow by Ronald Malfi. This is the first Malfi writing that
Everyone makes mistakes, especially teenagers. In Local Girl Missing, Frankie returns to her home town. A phone call from the brother of her missing best friend Sophie, brings Frankie back to a place of bad memories and ghosts. Frankie wants
I seem to be reading books at the moment with really difficult subject matters. In The Reach of Children, 10 year old Daniel is going through an extremely difficult time. His mother, after a period of illness, has passed away.
Disappearance at Devil’s Rock deals with what I imagine is every parents worst nightmare, a child disappearing. Tommy and his friends had spent a lot of time over the summer in the local woods and park area. One night Tommy
Watching Edie is one of those books that the blurb really doesn’t do it justice. The book tells the story simultaneously of Edie and Heather in the present and in the past as teenagers from the start of their friendship.
After a whirlwind romance, The Fire Child finds Rachel marrying the older widowed David. She moves into Carnhallow, David’s ancestral home where she is confronted regularly by the lingering touches of David’s deceased wife, Nina. With much time on her
In Invasive Species we meet Trey. Trey is a man without roots, more at home observing wildlife and ecosystems in remote places. Better with solitude rather than dealing with people. Now that is something I can definitely relate to, the