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The City Of Brass By S.A. Chakraborty: Book Review

The City of Brass is a fantasy with hints of historical fiction too, being set in 18th century Cairo. I was being recommended it due to it having diversity, great characters and plus one of my favourite ever genres too. So I finally gave in! Introduction To The City Of Brass Nahri is a conwoman in 18th century Cairo with learned skills she believes are … Continue reading The City Of Brass By S.A. Chakraborty: Book Review

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The Court Of Miracles By Kester Grant: Book Review

The Court Of Miracles is a historical fiction fantasy inspired book and it has been described as Les Mis√©rables meets Six of Crows. A recent diverse release. I’d like to thank Netgalley and the publisher for providing me this E-arc for an honest review. Introduction To The Court Of Miracles I was instantly interested from the first line of the blurb. Being compared to six … Continue reading The Court Of Miracles By Kester Grant: Book Review

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More Than Just A Pretty Face By Syed M. Masood: Book Review

More Than Just A Pretty Face by Syed M. Masood is a YA contemporary romance about family expectations and falling in love. I’d like to thank NetGalley and Hodder Books for providing me this E-arc for an honest review. Introduction To More Than Just A Pretty Face Readers are introduced to Danyal Jilani, an aspiring chef. Unfortunately, his father doesn’t approve. Along with that, his … Continue reading More Than Just A Pretty Face By Syed M. Masood: Book Review

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Sometimes In Bath By Charles Nevin: Book Review

Sometimes in Bath is a collection of short stories which shows the history of Bath. At times it felt like fiction, other times it felt like a memoir. Either way, this book was so enjoyable to read! I’d like to thank Rachel’s Random Resources and the author for providing me this book in exchange for an honest review. Introduction to Sometimes in Bath This book … Continue reading Sometimes In Bath By Charles Nevin: Book Review

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Love From A To Z By S.K. Ali: Book Review

Love From A To Z is a thought provoking YA romance/ contemporary following the journey of Zayneb and Adam and how they deal with Islamophobia and the troubles life throws at them. An educating read for those who don’t know much about the Islamic faith and the struggles Muslims go through on a daily basis. A relatable read for Muslims who deal with hate for … Continue reading Love From A To Z By S.K. Ali: Book Review

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Sadie By Courtney Summers: Audiobook Review

The Sadie audiobook was one of the first audiobooks I had listened to and I was not disappointed! Audiobooks are so good to have on the go, I highly recommend them. I have a post discussing whether or not they class as proper books here. Introduction To Sadie, Audiobook Sadie has raised her 13 year old sister Mattie as their mother is absent and is … Continue reading Sadie By Courtney Summers: Audiobook Review

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A Creepy YA Thriller and Mystery: 13 Minutes Book Review

13 minutes is a teenage mystery book filled with drama. Author Sarah Pinborough, has constructed a crime, psychological thriller with amazing characters (that are a little weird). Introduction Natasha Howland died in a lake for 13 minutes. However, no one believes it wasn’t unintentional. As she’s so popular and practically has everything handed to her on a silver spoon, why would she even think of … Continue reading A Creepy YA Thriller and Mystery: 13 Minutes Book Review

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The Turn Of The Key Book Review

The Turn of The Key is a compulsive, murder mystery tale which was released in August 2019. A nanny who is awaiting her trial in prison tells the story through letters. It’s a good creepy read for October and in this review I’ll express my thoughts and opinions on the book! Introduction to The Turn of The Key Nanny, Rowan Caine has found an advertisement … Continue reading The Turn Of The Key Book Review

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YA Fantasy, Greek Mythology: Elemental Power Book Review

This book is a fantasy inspired by Greek mythology , fans of Percy Jackson will love this! I was given this ARC for my honest review. First off, this is a sequel to the book young power! Go and check out that review first if you don’t want be spoiled! Also from there, I have a meet the author blog post, I got to ask … Continue reading YA Fantasy, Greek Mythology: Elemental Power Book Review