Once Upon a Fever by Angharad Walker, published by Chicken House Books.

‘Disease begins with a feeling Miss Darke. It has been that way ever since the Turn – when people’s feelings started making them ill…’ After being completely captivated by Angharad Walker’s critically acclaimed first novel The Ash House last summer, I was very excited to be offered the opportunity to review Once Upon A Fever.Continue reading “Once Upon a Fever by Angharad Walker, published by Chicken House Books.”

The Extraordinary Colours of Auden Dare by Zillah Bethell – Published by Piccadilly Press

Imagine a world without colour… Auden Dare is an ordinary eleven-year-old in most respects except for one. He cannot see colour. But when Auden uncovers a secret in his uncle’s shed, an extraordinary mystery begins to unravel – one that could change the future of the world and Auden’s life forever… The Shark Caller wasContinue reading “The Extraordinary Colours of Auden Dare by Zillah Bethell – Published by Piccadilly Press”

Aftershocks by Anne Fine

The Earthquake cracked Things wide open… We knew at once that Hauntings would follow. Aftershocks is a gripping supernatural yet spiritual read that will have you on the end of your seat throughout. It has all my favourite traits in a book rolled into one! Ghosts, a dash of dystopia and a sensitive portrayal ofContinue reading “Aftershocks by Anne Fine”

Ghostcloud

Michael Mann Phwoar! What a debut! Ghostcloud brought together two of my favourite ingredients in a book – dystopia to die for with a healthy stormcloud of the supernatural. And a villain so cruel, twisted and evil she’s up there alongside my most-hated middle grade characters. This is a remarkable story of one boy’s fightContinue reading “Ghostcloud”

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”

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