discussion, fantasy

The Importance of Hermione Granger

In honour of the release of additional Harry Potter material in the form of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, it seems only fitting to talk about how much this series has shaped my life. However, that could take years to fully explain so for now you will have to accept this rather shortened version.… Continue reading The Importance of Hermione Granger

review, romance

Always With Love – Giovanna Fletcher

“And what if she’s not the one? What if this is all for nothing?” “Then at least I’ll know I did the best I could. That I acted decently – always with love.”   Blurb: “Sophie’s got used to being the girlfriend of Billy Buskin, the biggest movie star in the world. Sort of. But… Continue reading Always With Love – Giovanna Fletcher

fantasy, review, young adult

Mist And Whispers – C.M.Lucas

“Is it so far out there to believe there could be another world alongside ours? Think, how many stories have we read that have taken place in other worlds?”   Blurb: “In the West-English town of Little Wolf Green, Scott’s bookshop is about to close down. Convinced the bookshop holds the key to her mother’s… Continue reading Mist And Whispers – C.M.Lucas

review, young adult

Library Of Souls – Ransom Riggs

“Emma looked at me and I looked back, and though it was too loud to hear anything over the motor and the rush of blood in our ears, I thought I could read in her face both fear and exhilaration – a look that said you, Jacob Portman, are amazing and terrifying.”   Blurb: “The… Continue reading Library Of Souls – Ransom Riggs

fantasy, review

The Queen Of The Tearling – Erika Johansen

“This is a dangerous time, Kelsea.” Carlin spoke to the window, her voice distant. “Beware of the Regent, uncle or no; he’s wanted that throne for himself since he was in the womb. But your mother’s guard are good men, and they’ll surely look after you.”   Blurb: “It was on her nineteenth birthday that… Continue reading The Queen Of The Tearling – Erika Johansen