Category: Book Reviews

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Secrets of the Deep | By Marisa Noelle

Secrets of the Deep is an entertaining one time YA fantasy read for me. The world-building and all the mysterious elements of the deep ocean makes me want to continue the series.

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The Wishing Game | By Meg Shaffer

The Wishing Game is a whimsical tale and a tribute to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It is a nostalgic callback to all those kids, now adults, who waited for a letter from Hogwarts or a hidden Narnia in their wardrobe.

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Drift | By Clare Littlemore

After following the Beck way of life with Quin, we reach unfamiliar territory in the third book, Drift. With it comes new challenges to overcome.

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Ordeal by Innocence | By Agatha Christie

Ordeal by Innocence is an atmospheric riveting thriller read about the murder mystery at Sunny Point. If anyone asks me about a good classic Agatha Christie thriller, this one would be on my list.

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Funny Story | By Emily Henry

Funny Story is yet another Emily Henry romance thatΒ  is made up of two vastly different yet vibrant and flawed central characters.

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The Irish Goodbye | By Amy Ewing

The Irish Goodbye is all about how two broken hearts mend each other and find love. If you are looking for a novel that talks about healing and moving on with a bit of an Irish charm and romance, this is your pick.

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Same Time Next Year | By Tessa Bailey

Same Time Next Year had an interesting yet familiar premise. It’s a fake dating, marriage of convenience trope and the story starts from page one.

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Guns and Almond Milk | By Mustafa Marwan

Guns and Almond Milk as the name suggests is the story of the brutality of proxy war in Yemen through the eyes of a conflict zone doctor from London, Luke Archer.

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The Right Move | By Liz Tomforde

The Right Move was fun, entertaining and a comfort read. The whole ensemble cast with their main character energy from their own previous books or potential sequels makes this even more enjoyable to read.