Top Ten Tuesday – Authors I’ve Read the Most By

It is another week, another Top Ten Tuesday… with this week authors I’ve read the most by… so basically authors who have brought out long series. I used Goodreads for this (though annoyingly they got rid of the ‘most read authors’ feature so it was a bit of a hassle), so these are only the…… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – Authors I’ve Read the Most By

Middle Grade on Monday: The Clockwork Crow (#1) – Catherine Fisher

Travelling to a new home with an unknown new family, orphan Seren Rees is shivering in a Victorian station waiting room, when she is given a mysterious newspaper parcel by a strange and frightened man, who then disappears. Reluctantly she takes it with her… But what is in the parcel? Who are the Family who…… Continue reading Middle Grade on Monday: The Clockwork Crow (#1) – Catherine Fisher

Middle Grade on Monday: The Ship of Shadows – Maria Kuzniar

Aleja whiles away her days in her family’s dusty tavern in Seville, dreaming of distant lands and believing in the kind of magic that she’s only ever read about in books. After all, she’s always being told that girls can’t be explorers. But her life is changed forever when adventure comes for her in the form of…… Continue reading Middle Grade on Monday: The Ship of Shadows – Maria Kuzniar

Random Read: A Rant Review for A World Without Princes (The School for Good and Evil #2) – Soman Chainani

After saving themselves and their fellow students from a life pitched against one another, Sophie and Agatha are back home again, living happily ever after. But life isn’t exactly a fairytale. When Agatha secretly wishes she’d chosen a different happy ending with Prince Tedros, the gates to the School for Good and Evil open once…… Continue reading Random Read: A Rant Review for A World Without Princes (The School for Good and Evil #2) – Soman Chainani

Review Mortmain Hall (Rachel Savernake #2) – Martin Edwards

1930. A chilling encounter on London’s Necropolis Railway leads to murder. At the Old Bailey, a man accused of a “blazing car” killing escapes the gallows after a surprise witness give sensational evidence. And journalist Jacob Flint finds himself framed for murder. To save himself, Jacob needs to discover what links these strange events to…… Continue reading Review Mortmain Hall (Rachel Savernake #2) – Martin Edwards

Review The Angel of the Crows – Katherine Addison

In an alternate 1880s London, angels inhabit every public building, and vampires and werewolves walk the streets with human beings under a well-regulated truce. A fantastic utopia, except for a few things: Angels can Fall, and that Fall is like a nuclear bomb in both the physical and metaphysical worlds. And human beings remain human,…… Continue reading Review The Angel of the Crows – Katherine Addison

Review Life in the Victorian Asylum – Mark Stevens

Have you ever wondered what life was like for the thousands of ordinary people who experienced Victorian mental health care? Life in the Victorian Asylum is the story of those ordinary people. It details their daily routine, the treatments they were offered and the rules to which they had to conform. Immerse yourself in the…… Continue reading Review Life in the Victorian Asylum – Mark Stevens