Miracle Creek – and an exciting Giveaway!!!

Hello Bookish People! I am sure you have heard of Miracle Creek already as it has been taking the US by storm -it was released there earlier than the UK- and everyone on Instagram & Twitter was buzzing about it! It's one of the most interesting books I have read this year, that is packed … Continue reading Miracle Creek – and an exciting Giveaway!!!

Himself by Jess Kidd

Warning: this review contains trigger warnings in the bottom which may be seen as spoilers. . Ahh, there is a book I can forgive for being sad, going to dark places, written by Jess Kidd herself. How can I explain how much I love Kidd's way of seeing life and the world? . Himself is … Continue reading Himself by Jess Kidd

My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing: The unbearable “thrill” of a good marriage

My Lovely Wife is Samantha Downing's debut novel, and it's really difficult to believe it's a debut because it's damn good! The dysfunctional, nontraditional love story between the couple in this book was such a different and refreshing read. This book has the BEST ever start I have read in a thriller. Kicking you hard … Continue reading My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing: The unbearable “thrill” of a good marriage

The search for a missing daughter in never ending light: The Silver Road

‘There’s something about death that gets under your skin and destroys you from the inside. Nobody warns you about it before you go. Nobody explains what happens to you once you’ve seen death first hand, when you’ve stared it in the face. The way it kind of gets its claws into you. Becomes part of … Continue reading The search for a missing daughter in never ending light: The Silver Road

The Plight of the available woman and the unavailable man : The Pisces by Melissa Broder

The Pisces is a funny, dark and clever novel from Melissa Broder. If you're not shy of reading sexual descriptions or disliking the characters in a novel -or more like not finding one single character to like in it- then you should read The Pisces as it is a glorious satire of the modern concept … Continue reading The Plight of the available woman and the unavailable man : The Pisces by Melissa Broder

A Haunting in housing crisis: The Upstairs Room

I love reading debut novels. They are newborn, fresh, honest, they don't carry the pressure to be the-best-novel-I-ever-wrote. They get me excited. The Upstairs Room by Kate Murray-Browne initially grabbed my attention with the beautiful and eerie cover. I love the colours on the cover, and how the shadows work. I have listened this novel … Continue reading A Haunting in housing crisis: The Upstairs Room