What do I read?

Well all manner of things actually.

I think it’s fairly safe to say, that anyone who has ever written creatively, will, most likely, have a somewhat confusing reading list AND search history.

So I figured that as I do, in fact, read books alongside not writing and I usually leave a review, even if it takes me ages to post it up – why not share my reviews with others – You never know, they might be interested.

So here we are – Book Review Blog…ish

I will start by adding my Goodreads history and we’ll take it from there shall we?

June 2017
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Feudlings (Fate on Fire, #1)Feudlings by Wendy Knight

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this one, I hadn’t read anything by Wendy before and so i was intrigued. The characters caught me and although i found the story unfolded in the way i expected, the journey was great and i found myself hurting with them and hoping with them. I will be reading the rest of the series as i have time

The Mistress of the Vampires (Amelia's Chronicles Book 1)The Mistress of the Vampires by Deliaria Davis

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Honestly I didn’t finish this one. I wasn’t really expecting it to be quite so full on graphic from the opening scene and that put me off quickly. It may well be a good read but I was not in the right frame of mind for a full description of her afternoon pleasures at the time

Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies (Pottermore Presents, #1)Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies by J.K. Rowling

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I really wanted to love these but..
It’s not really what i was hoping for, It was more a collection of thoughts and opinions where as i was hoping for background filling short stories.
Obviously these are fictional characters and so yes i realise these ARE essentially short stories but with it being compiled the way it was, it lost something in the telling sadly

January 2017
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The Mad King (The Dark Kings Book 1)The Mad King by Jovee Winters

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Mad King, Oh My. I was on the edge of my seat with my heart in my throat through most of this story. Alice and Hatter are so dear to so many that wish they could move to kingdom and that being the case, this book was a very brave move for Jovee Winter’s but oh it so paid off. If you love their story even half as much as I do then be prepared for a bit of a roller coaster.
To really understand what has happened proceeding the events told in this book you really need to have read Fairy Queen but Her Mad Hatter (written by Marie Hall) would also be a bonus

If you haven’t dipped your toe in kingdom yet, then what on earth and in kingdom are you waiting for?

November 2016
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Daylight: A True Story of Childhood SchizophreniaDaylight: A True Story of Childhood Schizophrenia by Daniel-James F Clarke

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I found this book to be quite interesting and it offered an insight into Early Onset Schizophrenia that is so often over looked – From the perspective of the child

Jurassic Park (Jurassic Park, #1)Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a reread for me and I loved it as much this time as previously. So much more depth and colour than the films even when you consider that eventually over the 4 films they have used most of Michael Crichtons original ideas but mashed up into a different shape
Confessions of a GPConfessions of a GP by Benjamin Daniels

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dr Ben is quite funny and clearly is still in love with his chosen profession – which is great
I read this (ironically) during a hospital stay and couldn’t help but compare it to my experience of being there. It reminded me all over again why the NHS should be saved and why our fantastic doctors and nurses deserve our praise not our moans about long waits and such – when the chips are down the NHS works brilliantly and that point was made over and over again in this book. It reminds you that yes you might be feeling a bit grotty and be grumpy cos you’ve waited a yeah for an ingrowing toe nail removal but just maybe thats because the medical team are saving lives and dealing with real emergencies – It all about perspective

October 2016
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The Fairy Queen (The Dark Queens #6)The Fairy Queen by Jovee Winters

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It’s no secret that I am in Awe of Jovee’s story telling skills and that I am in love with all the characters from Kingdom good, bad and ugly. For that reason I was truly honoured to receive an advance review copy of this title and instructed to give my honest opinion.

My honest opinion is this: Life doesn’t always come up roses and end happily ever after and so when it always does you start to realise that the rose tinted glasses will eventually slip. This book is the bump in the road, the ying required for yang to go on existing. There is always a ‘Pandoras Box’ to face in any given situation and here is Kingdoms!

Jovee has brilliantly told a story that implodes what we know of Kingdom and it’s heartbreaking to read when your as in love with this world as I am, however it’s done in a such a way that I am (almost) certain some good will come of it in the end and that some of these wrongs can be rewritten. I have confidence that if anyone can save the day and make it right in the end then Galeta and Jovee can…

And then reading that back to myself I have realised I am gushing which I didn’t mean to do so please ignore me BUT you really should treat yourself, Just be ready!

Hogwarts: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide (Pottermore Presents, #3)Hogwarts: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide by J.K. Rowling

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I thought this was quite cool if like me your love the harry potter world and wish to revisit. It added some depth and colour to what is already a fairly vivid picture in my head and that was excellent.
It’s nice to get that extra insight. I kind of feel like revisiting the original books now and looking at it again with this new knowledge…. I just might you know

Red Rain (Night #4)Red Rain by R.S. Black

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Seriously what a crazy twisty turny end to the series. I stumbled over further books from this series before reading this so I knew there would be a good if not great resolution but I really didn’t forsee it being this dramatic and really quite the theatrical Carry On but then i suppose thats what Dean does best isn’t it? Over dramatic and over convoluted which is fantastic because far too often you can see the end and then of course you lose the suspense.
Would definately give this series a try

Howler's Night (Night, #3)Howler’s Night by R.S. Black

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I stumbled into this series having read a new title set in this world, and some of these characters are familiar to me already and I am really enjoying getting to know them better. Can’t see where the finish line will be yet but thats a really good thing to be honest
Would definately give this series a try

September 2016
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Whiskey, Vamps, and Thieves (Southern Vampire Detective Book 1)Whiskey, Vamps, and Thieves by Selene Charles

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was lucky enough to recieve an advance review copy of this and OMG! I cannot wait for there to be a next installment. The main characters are strong personalities with hidden depth that you can’t wait to discover. There is clearly so much going on behind the scenes and the long story i am certain is going to be epic!!!!!

July 2016
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Horrible Histories: Rotten RomansHorrible Histories: Rotten Romans by Terry Deary

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Very informative with all the interesting bits left in 😉
Good fun, I’ll def get a few more

Dinah the Aspie Dinosaur: The adventures and misadventures of a young dinosaur with Asperger's SyndromeDinah the Aspie Dinosaur: The adventures and misadventures of a young dinosaur with Asperger’s Syndrome by Chloe Asper

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a fantastic little comic strip type picture book that explains in such a great and quirky way the troubles and confusions faced every single by those on the Autism Spectrum.
If your looking for a light and amusing insight it our lives please do take a look.

Tony Robinson's Weird World of Wonders! RomansTony Robinson’s Weird World of Wonders! Romans by Tony Robinson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is great. It’s the first book by Tony Robinson that I have read although I couldn’t say why. It’s very informative and has a great sense of humour. My children and I are studying Romans and this has enabled me to add lots of colour to our learning and discussions.
I will definately be buying more of the series.

June 2016
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Mechanical Hearts (Skeleton Key)Mechanical Hearts by Nicole Blanchard

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I was lucky enough to be gifted a Review copy of this book, by the author in return for an honest review.

Truthfully, I really enjoyed this book but it didn’t have the depth I was hoping for. Novellas are tricky to get right due to the sheer limitation on space. Unfortunately I would definitely have enjoyed Mechanical Hearts more with the extra detail and depth, that said it was still a good book and I am glad to have read it.
I will still wish I could visit Port Arliss myself and wish for my very own Pirate – Sorry Captain 😉

At Any Cost (Bound Trilogy #0.1)At Any Cost by Kate Sparkes

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a wonderful little addition to the Bound trilogy and I stumbled over it here on goodreads. It is only available through Newsletter subscription but as newsletters go, Kate are not over the top and usually rather funny.

The story shows some of the backstory from Rowans birth and if you loved her as much as I did then you’ll find this a great addition and well worth the read

May 2016
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The Dark Queen (The Dark Queens Book 5)The Dark Queen by Jovee Winters

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Truly the Dark Queen blew my mind. This tale was so cleverly spun that I was engrossed from start to finish, I was shocked and heart broken right alongside the main characters. I was desperate for Fable and Owiot to find their happily ever after and for Fable to find her way to the light.

If you have yet to visit Kingdom the you really should hop into that portal immediately, You really will not forget it!

Mildred's Resistance: A Prequel in the Network SeriesMildred’s Resistance: A Prequel in the Network Series by Katie Cross

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is my first visit to the Central Network and I found myself totally absorbed. (I got no work done for a couple of days :-/ )

Mildreds quite strength is inspirational and the story itself although it spans 3 decades is fantastically well told.

I will definately be visiting with the next installments.

The Dark Queen Collection: Books 1-3 (Dark Queens)The Dark Queen Collection: Books 1-3 by Jovee Winters

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I bought these 3 as individuals so it’s fantastic to see them available as a set. My understanding is that their are more to come and I really cannot wait.
Jovee Winters is a fantastic writer, she has spun a world into being that is amazing, beautiful and deeply enticing. Some might consider this to be fairytales for adults and some might consider it Chick Lit but truly these stories are so much more.
The kingdom stories offer an insight into the deeper stories. I was totally absorbed from the first Kingdom book I read and I am absolutely certain that I’ll be along for the whole journey 🙂

April 2016
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Phoenix (Bears of Kodiak, #3)Phoenix by Selene Charles

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book tied the series together nicely and rounded a few loose ends.
Another story skillfully told by Selene. Thanks for sharing your world with us 😀

The Binding (Bound Trilogy, #0.5)The Binding by Kate Sparkes

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I totally loved this, it was so great to get that insight into where it all started. It was insightful to realise the heartache that went into Lucille’s decision. Could totally read anything and everything about this world at this point. Job Well Done Kate 😀

Into Elurien (Skeleton Key)Into Elurien by Kate Sparkes

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was lucky enough to be offered an advance review copy of Into Elurien and I am not sure I even have the words to describe how I feel about it.
Our leading lady is truly awesome and quickly became stronger and more compelling as the story unfolded. Her biggest downfall is making assumptions and snap judgements but she overcomes this too to become a hero in her own right.

If i could find a magic key I think I would find it hard to choose between Diagon Alley and Elurien.

I truly hope that Kate can find away to continue visiting this world.

The Magic Queen (The Dark Queens Book 4)The Magic Queen by Jovee Winters

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Magic Queen is a sassy smart alec with a gift for Gray Magick and truth.

She meets her match and the verbal sparring that follows is fab. All of Kingdoms characters are very well developed with depth and personality and you’ll find yourself laughing and crying alongside them

August (Bears of Kodiak, #2)August by Selene Charles

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the 2nd book in Selenes Charles Mating Fever series and It is just as good if not better than the first (Chance).
It is perfectedly understandable as a stand alone read but should you want to read the series, then know that they tie in well with relative overlaps matching as they should.

I don’t do spoilers but this is well worth a read, It is very much within the shifters mating fever genre but has a beautiful love story expertly woven right there where it should be. You’ll feel and hurt and be frustrated right along side.

March 2016
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Chance (Bears of Kodiak, #1)Chance by Selene Charles

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fantastic! Not a theme I often read but the opportunity arose and I’m so glad it did. Well written from the off with good character development and gritty detail where its needed. I’ll def be looking out for the next installment ‘August’ – Hoping to see a mention of Chance and Bron but I guess we’ll see 😀

Torn (Bound Trilogy, #2)Torn by Kate Sparkes

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The 2nd entry in the series this book is as absorbing as the 1st. I loved them both completely and can’t wait for the next title 😀

Sworn (Bound Trilogy Book 3)Sworn by Kate Sparkes

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This series was fantastic. Kate Sparks’ world sucked me inside and wouldn’t let me go. It is absorbing in exactly the right way, I found myself laughing and crying with the main characters and I will seriously miss them now that the story is told. So glad I discovered this world 😀

February 2016
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The Lore of the Evermen (Evermen Saga, #4)The Lore of the Evermen by James Maxwell

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a fantastic series. Merryala opened its doors and sucked me in. It was absolutely impossible to leave the magic and intrigue and do anything sensible till the story was told and even then reluctantly.
James Maxwell has spun such a fantastic story with a rich history it has quickly become one of my favourites alongside classics such as the lord of the rings.
The leading characters had everything required to laugh and cry alongside them.

Most Highly recommended

January 2016
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The Path of the Storm (Evermen Saga, #3)The Path of the Storm by James Maxwell

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The third installment of the Evermen Saga. James Maxwell has spun a fantastic world into being and it totally sucked me in. I was unable to leave till the tale was told and am starting the next book immediately.

The Hidden Relic (Evermen Saga, #2)The Hidden Relic by James Maxwell

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hidden Relic is fab, as good if not better than the previous book and so absorbing as to have eaten my life for a few days. I couldn’t put this book down and don’t think i even slept for a few nights.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find ThemFantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I read this mini book when it was first released for comic relief and enjoyed it as much this time round as I did the first. I t sheds new light and depth on the Magical world in which Harry and friend lives (unbeknownst to the Muggle community) and allows a brief stroll through a world much wilder than our own.

The Ice Queen (The Dark Queens #3)The Ice Queen by Jovee Winters

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I bought this book months ago on release day as I love Jovees Kingdom stories as I loved them when she was still writing as Marie Hall. For whatever reason I didn’t get round to reading it until now which I am not understanding at all but I am so glad I finally got there. Luminesa is Wonderful. She epitomises innocence, scorned and Inner strength so well that you feel her pain and her happiness with every word.
I seriously could not put this one down (I was in the bath 4 hours due to this book and HAD to get out because i was shivering so much :-/ ) and it is one of a few books that i have read front to back in less than 24hours.
If you have not visited Kingdom yet then what in Kingdom are you waiting for?

December 2015
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Asperger Syndrome Explained: How to Understand and Cope When Someone You Loves Suffers from Asperger's SyndromeAsperger Syndrome Explained: How to Understand and Cope When Someone You Loves Suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome by Sara Elliott Price

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

For myself it didn’t really give me any new information but for those starting on their road to understanding it would be a great starting point. Definitely worth the pennies and the read.

Autism: Autism Explained: How an Autistic Child Can Learn to Thrive in a World That Doesn't Understand (Autism Spectrum Disorders, Autism Diagnosis, Autistic Children)Autism: Autism Explained: How an Autistic Child Can Learn to Thrive in a World That Doesn’t Understand by Sara Elliott Price

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

For myself it didn’t really give me any new information but for those starting on their road to understanding it would be a great starting point. Definitely worth the pennies and the read.

When Nature Calls (Diary of a Minecraft Zombie, #3)When Nature Calls by Zack Zombie

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Quite funny actually, as an adult that plays Minecraft alongside my children we read this together and i found the series really amusing. I found myself getting into the story and enjoying the trials of being a zombie in a world that hates them. Worth a giggle and a read but be warned – your children will want you to read it to them as well 😉

Bullies and Buddies (Diary of a Minecraft Zombie, #2)Bullies and Buddies by Zack Zombie

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Quite funny actually, as an adult that plays Minecraft alongside my children we read this together and i found the series really amusing. I found myself getting into the story and enjoying the trials of being a zombie in a world that hates them. Worth a giggle and a read but be warned – your children will want you to read it to them as well 😉

A Scare of a Dare (Diary of a Minecraft Zombie, #1)A Scare of a Dare by Zack Zombie

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Quite funny actually, as an adult that plays Minecraft alongside my children we read this together and i found the series really amusing. I found myself getting into the story and enjoying the trials of being a zombie in a world that hates them. Worth a giggle and a read but be warned – your children will want you to read it to them as well 😉

November 2015
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The Danny Baker Story: How I came to write The Danny Baker Story: How I came to write “I will not kill myself, Olivia” and found the Depression Is Not Destiny Campaign by Danny Baker

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was an interesting read, it rang true with my own experience of depression. It may possibly be a bit real for those that do not understand the struggle or for those in denial but it’s absolutely a story and experience that should be better understood generally. I am quite honestly in awe of the bravery it must have taken to tell such a personal struggle.

Shifters After DarkShifters After Dark by S.M. Reine

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a fantastic little compilation and I discovered some FANTASTIC new MUST read authors.
Very pleased to have stumbled across it

September 2015
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Enchantress (Evermen Saga, #1)Enchantress by James Maxwell

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fantastic, cannot wait to get into the next book 😀

 

The Passionate Queen (The Dark Queens, #2)The Passionate Queen by Jovee Winters

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the 2nd book in the Dark Queens series but Jovee Winters which is a continuation of the Kingdom series as written and published under the Pen name Marie Hall.
There is the odd returning character in this one since it’s set in Wonderland but mostly this sets the scene for adventures later in the series. I love the way that all the characters keep popping back up in Jovee’s stories and the way something suddenly clicks into place that happened 3 books ago making you realise there’s a master plan behind it all 🙂

August 2015
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The Sea Queen (The Dark Queens, #1)The Sea Queen by Jovee Winters

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Calypso Is AMAZING, she’s so funny and quirky and you just have to love her.
The characters as always have great depth and colour and am thoroughly looking forward to the next installment in the Dark Queen Series

A Pirate's Dream (Kingdom #11)A Pirate’s Dream by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really love this book, It didn’t have enough Hook in it for my liking Nim and Sircco are fab as is the whole of The Under and all of it’s denizens. Kingdom is such an amazing place and after this story is told, the Keeper of The Tales changes pen name to Jovee Winters -Make sure you don’t miss out 😀

Rumpel's Prize (Kingdom, #8)Rumpel’s Prize by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rumpel is such a gorgeous character, So noble, fierce and of course a great shade of messed up, especially when he stumbles across his ONE TRUE LOVE whilst looking for a ‘sacrificial lamb’.
Gripping and moving as the internal battles are you’ll be hoping against hope for a happy ending (Like the fairytales – you know?)

Huntsman's Prey (Kingdom, #7)Huntsman’s Prey by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Huntsman’s Prey is fab, It’s Alice in Wonderland meets Jekyll and Hyde in the Savage Garden.
Its good fun and you’ll find yourself in love with it’s characters.

Moon's Flower (Kingdom, #6)Moon’s Flower by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love this novella. It’s kind of a interlude between the Bad Five stories and The Dark Princess Saga and it gives some of the reoccurring characters in Kingdom a bit more depth. Allows some further insight into the tangle relationships that we come across in each of the Kingdom stories.

If you are still deciding whether to visit Kingdom or not I would really recommend it but be warned, it may be a while before you bump back down onto earth.

Danika's Surprise (Kingdom, #5.5)Danika’s Surprise by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Shorter than I expected but a gorgeous little teaser none the less. If you were thinking to abandon Kingdom it’ll pull you straight back in with it’s intrigue 😉

Hook's Pan (Kingdom, #5)Hook’s Pan by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Between this story and Once Upon a Time, I am definately more in love with Hook and quite Anti-Pan

Maries character have depth and personality that you find yourself falling for and hoping to hear from again

Squeee, Roll on the next installment 😀

July 2015
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Jinni's Wish (Kingdom, #4)Jinni’s Wish by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Marie Halls Kingdom is fantastic. It comes alive as you read the story.
The characters have depth and personality and they make you fall in love with them.

This is a reread and I’m certain I’ll be back at some point.

Red and Her Wolf (Kingdom, #3)Red and Her Wolf by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Little Red Riding Hood as you’ve never heard it before. Red is accidentally a hero and the Big Bad Wolf is madly in love with her. Together they’ll take you on a crazy race through Kingdom to save us all from the Darkest power in existence.

It sounds nuts but it a truly spellbinding read and definately worth a visit.

Gerard's Beauty (Kingdom, #2)Gerard’s Beauty by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The story of Beauty and the Beast as it’s never been told before, because you know what? Bad Boys need love too!

Marie Hall is building a world of wonder and mischief that I simply cannot wait to visit again. The stories so far tie in well and are well written with more substance than one might expect from what on the outside looks like another bodice ripper.

Definately give Kingdom a go, but be prepared because you’ll never want to leave.

Her Mad Hatter (Kingdom, #1)Her Mad Hatter by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this story, it’s such a great take on this classic tale. Marie has told a beautiful story and spun a world into life. Grabbing me the sequel like yesterday 😀

Hood's Obsession (Kingdom, #9)Hood’s Obsession by Marie Hall

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Better than expected and really quite entertaining. Will definitely be reading the rest of the kingdom series

May 2015
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Midnight Sun (Twilight, #1.5)Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I would LOVE to read all the twilight books again from edwards perspective. This was so good even though s.Meyers states on her site that it’s a rough take, incomplete and with loads of mistakes. To be completely honest Stephenie, I have read books that have been through proof reading and been published with much bigger errors than this and please please won’t you write the rest? Edward has such a different way of seeing the world to Bella. I could totally lose myself in forks again and would especially love to do so from Edwards point of view.

January 2015
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Alpha Moon (Seasons of the Moon: Cain Chronicles, #7)Alpha Moon by S.M. Reine

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Loved the whole series. Moving on now to the Descent series to get James Faulkeners backstory before i Start Ascension which ties the 2 series together in a finale 😀

DomainDomain by James Herbert

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This being the third book in the Rats trilogy it touches onto an area previously unexplored. What would happen if the humans were weakened…
It’s terrifying to think that something like this could be possible and the story has been told with all the skill we’ve come to expect from James Herbert.
This is not the first time i have read this series and I do not expect it to be the last.

LairLair by James Herbert

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The 2nd book in this series was as chilling and terrifying as the first but in a whole new way. Definately not for the faint of heart.

The Rats (Rats, #1)The Rats by James Herbert

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love this series it’s one of the very first series I ever read and reread every few years. It’s still just as chilling as it was the first time.

Once...Once… by James Herbert

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fantastic! A bit of a sojourn from the usual Herbert but still within my interest pool and still a fantastically told story. I love the way there are characters that casually pop up every now and then in random stories. Not the first time i have read this and definately will be read again.

Death's Hand (Descent, #1)Death’s Hand by S.M. Reine

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Pretty much a total action. Covers a lot of now and then ground covered and a fantastically frantic begin to this series.

Deadly Hearts (Descent, #0.6)Deadly Hearts by S.M. Reine

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Great little novella. Adds a bit of padding to the will they, won’t they?

 

The Darkest Gate (Descent, #2)The Darkest Gate by S.M. Reine

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hectic with plenty of twists and turns. Kept me wondering to the end 🙂

 

A Shade of Kiev 3 (A Shade of Kiev, #3)A Shade of Kiev 3 by Bella Forrest

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A really good ending to this mini series that reconnects it back into the main series again.
Can’t wait for the next one on the 26th Jan 🙂