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ARC REVIEW: Salvation Station

“Who would savagely murder a pastor and innocent children, burying the evidence in the flower garden? Why? And most troubling, where was the mother?” Why Did I Read This Book? I was gifted a copy of Salvation Station in exchange for an honest review so thank you to Kathryn Schleich for sending a copy across…

REVIEW: After The End

“When you stand at the crossroads you cannot see each destination, only the beginnings of the paths that will lead you there. All you can do is hope that someone will walk with you.” Why Did I Read This Book? This was a Beth’s Book Club pick for September/October and I’m ashamed to say, this…

REVIEW: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

Why Did I Read This Book? On my recent trip to the Bronte Parsonage in the beautiful town of Haworth, here in the UK, I fell more and more in love with the three sisters. For Emily, Anne and Branwell, their lives were drastically cut short through illness, leaving their heartbroken sister Charlotte to mourn.…

REVIEW: Fifty Fifty

“Most killers I’d come across I could make a stab at some kind of explanation for their behaviour. I was always able to rationalise it. This time, there was no easy explanation. No key. This one I couldn’t rationalise. There was something dark at the heart of this case. Something evil. Watching. Waiting.” Why Did…

ARC REVIEW: Anti-Racist Ally – An Introduction to Action & Activism

One of the main reasons why I adore Bookstagram is because you get the chance to be involved in some really fantastic projects and I am truly HONOURED to have the opportunity to read and review this pocket-sized paperback all about how to be an anti-racist ally. It’s safe to say that 2020 has been…

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