If you ask me to review Melmoth in one sentence, I will say: Melmoth was a punch in the face.
This review contains major plot spoilers including what happens in the end of The Corset. Please don’t read more than
Hello everyone! It’s been a busy 10 days for me, and tumbleweeds were rolling on the blog. I had my
If you’re a frequent visitor of Excuse My Reading you already know I am always in for a good thriller.
I wasn’t a fan of Kate Atkinson’s acclaimed novel Life After Life and was hesitant to try this, but after seeing
I sometimes do gambling with a book. I pick it up, never heard of it before, never heard of the
Bitter Orange, the fruit, is not what it seems; looks sweet and plump as an orange but it’s almost inedible
Our famous Belgian is BACK! First thing first: This is so far the most Agatha Christie flavoured book Hannah have penned!
Laura is working in an advertising agency. She is face blind, a medical condition where one cannot remember/recognise the faces.
I’ve decided to push myself to a new reading challenge for Man Booker Prize 2018. I am not scared. I
My shot is sugary and sharp in my throat, and the empty plastic glasses slam back onto the table like
This review contains spoilers This post, Believe Me by J.P. Delaney might be the last straw before the publishers come