How I Saved the World in a Week

I was absolutely gripped by The Boy in the Tower last year, it was one of my most memorable lockdown reads so I was eagerly anticipating How I Saved the World in a Week. Polly Ho-Yen has delivered another dystopian thriller of apocalyptic proportions! Think 28 Days Later with a hint of Walking Dead forContinue reading “How I Saved the World in a Week”

Between Sea and Sky

Nicola Penfold I’m absolutely thrilled and honoured to be taking part in the Blog Tour for this absolutely stunning book. After a sensational debut with Where the World Turns Wild, Nicola Penfold is back with the sublime Between Sea and Sky – it’s absolutely unputdownable! A window into a world that will unfortunately become oursContinue reading “Between Sea and Sky”

The Bewitching of Aveline Jones

Phil Hickes You know that feeling…when you sense someone or something is watching you…you look over your shoulder but there’s nothing there… I was thoroughly bewitched! Phil Hickes had me under his spell from the very first chapter. This is spooky storytelling at its spine-chilling best with a plot so powerful it has the abilityContinue reading “The Bewitching of Aveline Jones”

Skyborn

SinĂ©ad O’Hart Roll up! Roll up! The circus is in town; get your tickets and take a front row seat in the Big Top for an utterly captivating quest story that had me enraptured and enthralled from cover to cover. Hear the drum rolls crescendo, the thunderous applause from the audience and feel the adrenalineContinue reading “Skyborn”

When the Sky Falls

Phil Earle Inspired by a true story. I’m a big fan of Phil Earle’s writing, so when I won a signed copy of When the Sky Falls I couldn’t believe my luck – this book has received so many positive accolades from well-renowed children’s authors and quite rightly so. This is a powerful and movingContinue reading “When the Sky Falls”

The Small Things

Lisa Thompson The small things in life shine brightest as Lisa Thompson returns with an uplifting story of honesty and friendship, inspired by a very special robot. At school, Anna’s been given a special task to partner up with the new girl Ellie. But it’s not as simple as it sounds. Ellie can’t come toContinue reading “The Small Things”

Monstrous Devices

Damien Love ‘Beware of things that go click in the night…’ Action packed adventure at a breakneck pace, Monstrous Devices takes us on a whirlwind tour of Europe, stopping only to explore realms of strange, macabre magic and escape a band of dangerous assasins. This is science-fiction at it’s sensational best! Expect to be perchedContinue reading “Monstrous Devices”

The Secret Detectives

Ella Risbridger A marvellous Middle Grade murder-mystery aboard a mail ship makes for a thrilling Victorian voyage. The body seemed to fall for a long time. There was no splash, or if there was it was lost in the waves. Isobel was frozen to the spot for a moment – then her common sense caughtContinue reading “The Secret Detectives”

The House on the Edge

Alex Cotter Nosy Crow – publishes 1st July 2021 Ghosts…hidden treasure…disappearances…mystery… Although not publishing until July, I just couldn’t resist The House on the Edge after reading the spine-tingling synopsis. From the moment it arrived through the letterbox, the spooky seaside setting spoke to me from the To Be Read Pile and it is absolutelyContinue reading “The House on the Edge”

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