So Lucky

So Lucky

You’ve probably seen So Lucky on your bookstagram feed (if you have one) and praise for this novel seems to have been singing from every reviewer. I’ll be joining that noise, this is a great book, a quick and enjoyable read.  The irony that this novel has been so widely advertised on social media cannot [...]

Lost Frequencies

Lost Frequencies

One of the best things about book blogging and bookstagram is the opportunity to hear about and read novels which you usually wouldn’t pick up. This was the case with Lost Frequencies by Caitlin Lynagh.  This piece of fantasy/sci-fi forms part of a series. During a salvage hunt in the desolate wastelands of the planet [...]

Sweet Sorrow

Sweet Sorrow

So in my last review I discussed how overhyped and slightly disappointing I’d found The Last by Hanna Jameson. And I’m afraid I was left with much the same feeling about Sweet Sorrow by David Nicholls. And despite the vast differences in the genre of these two novels they do have a great deal in [...]

The Farm: Near future and all too believable dystopian fiction

The Farm: Near future and all too believable dystopian fiction

How does nine months at a luxury property in upstate New York, with a pool, media suite, library (!!!), complementary therapies, organic food and all for free sound? Pretty dreamy right? Well that is what visitors to Golden Oaks get to enjoy, and they are paid to do so, provided that they are willing to [...]