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Historical fiction with a slight time travel twist that won’t blow you away, but will keep you entertained for a while.
A Beauty and the Beast retelling with a Sci-Fi twist that feels refreshingly original.
An Imaginative, fast paced, but at times confusing read, not for the faint of heart.
Title: The Fourteen Day Soul Detox
Author: Rita Stradling
Release date: 28th March 2017
A character led, grounded and touching story about overcoming grief, and forgiveness.
An improvement on it’s predecessor in the series, an historical fiction novel that’s entertaining despite it’s flaws.
Author: Joelle Sellner and Abby Boeh (artist)
Release date: 2nd May 2017
A graphic novel with an interesting premise that is sadly poorly executed.
Title: Red Sister (Book of the Ancestor #1)
Author: Mark Lawrence
Publish date: 4th April 2017
A tale of friendships, sisterhood, and gory bad-assery, that is beautifully written and well executed.
Title: One of Us is Lying
Author: Karen M. McManus
Release Date: 1st June 2017
An amazing debut YA novel, with strong characters and a solid mystery, that will give you a book hangover.
Title: Little Big Lies
Author: Liane Moriarty
Release Date: 29th July 2014
With an original take on the murder mystery trope, and real, relatable characters, there’s more to this novel than meets the eye.
An interesting premise that is poorly executed, filled with lackluster characters and bland, predictable twists.
A Fantasy debut by a Historical Fiction Author that will please readers looking for novels with strong world building and no-nonsense magic.
A bland, predictable thriller with a poorly fleshed out premise and dull characters.
A well written, solid mystery that is sightly hindered by it’s fake non-fiction format.
A ripped from the headlines thriller that doesn’t doesn’t quite deliver.
A novel that offers an insightful look into the mind of one of history’s forgotten tragic figures.