River Sing Me Home; brutally emotional must read

River Sing Me Home is a novel that makes me so proud to be a book blogger, giving me the privilege of sharing books that are captivating and beautiful, but also important. River Sing Me…

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The Witch and the Tsar; interweaving fantasy with history

I’m fascinated by the historical depictions of women in history, especially women that were deemed witches. So when I was invited to take part in the blog tour of a retelling of the legendary Baba…

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The Two Lives of Sara; a powerful and emotive

When I was approached to take part in the blog tour of The Two Lives of Sara by Catherine Adel West, two things struck me that made me really want to read this book; the…

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The Complete Fairy Stories of Oscar Wilde

Full confession here – even though I did a module in children’s literature as part of my English degree, until very recently I never knew that Oscar Wilde wrote two collections of fairy stories. Further…

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Dawnlands; powerful historical fiction

Although I haven’t read one of her books for quite a few years (until now), I am a big fan of historical author Philippa Gregory. Mainly known for writing Plantagenet and Tudor novels which I…

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