Thriller

Review of ~ James Patterson – Kiss The Girls (Alex Cross #2)

9.0/10 I received an ARC of Kiss the Girls via NetGalley and I would like to thank James Patterson, Random House UK, Cornerstone and Arrow. Although this is a well-known classic thriller, first released in 1995, a new version with that strikingly awesome cover is being published on 29 June 2017. Kiss the Girls is…… Continue reading Review of ~ James Patterson – Kiss The Girls (Alex Cross #2)

Fantasy

Review of ~ Emma Newman – Brother’s Ruin (Industrial Magic #1)

7.5/10 I received an ARC of Brother’s Ruin through NetGalley. Thank you to Emma Newman and Tor. Brother’s Ruin is the first novel in Newman’s Industrial Magic series. This is an urban fantasy story set in an alternative London circa 1850 where people who have magic within themselves become members of the Royal Society of…… Continue reading Review of ~ Emma Newman – Brother’s Ruin (Industrial Magic #1)

dystopian · Fantasy · YA

Review of ~ Vic James – Gilded Cage (Dark Gifts #1)

9/10 I received an ARC of Gilded Cage from NetGalley and I would like to thank Vic James and Del Rey Books. Gilded Cage is set in a dystopian, totalitarian alternative United Kingdom where certain individual are born with the power of Skill. This created world is a mix of Dickensian Britain (with slave towns)…… Continue reading Review of ~ Vic James – Gilded Cage (Dark Gifts #1)

Fantasy

Review of ~ Adrian G. Hilder – The General’s Legacy, Part One: Inheritance (The General of Valendo #1)

8/10 To begin, I would like to Adrian G. Hilder and Camdaw for sending me a copy of The General’s Legacy, Part 1: Inheritance in exchange for an honest review. This is the excellent and highly polished first part of Hilder’s debut outing. Part 2: Whiteland King will complete The General’s Legacy when it is…… Continue reading Review of ~ Adrian G. Hilder – The General’s Legacy, Part One: Inheritance (The General of Valendo #1)

Fantasy

Review of ~ Mark Lawrence – The Wheel Of Osheim (The Red Queen’s War #3)

9.5/10 By all means, check out my reviews of book #1 and #2. This is just a quick review as I do not wish to spoil anything critical to this story or repeat my previous reviews. The Wheel of Osheim was the only book I could have possibly read next following on from the ultimate…… Continue reading Review of ~ Mark Lawrence – The Wheel Of Osheim (The Red Queen’s War #3)

Fantasy

Review of ~ Mark Lawrence – The Liar’s Key (The Red Queen’s War #2)

8.5/10 This review contains minor spoilers. The Liar’s Key is the second book in Lawrence’s The Red Queen’s War trilogy. I adored Prince of Fools which followed Jalan’s escapades across The Broken Empire and therefore picked up this book as soon as I could. The survivors from the quest to the Black Fort are Jalan,…… Continue reading Review of ~ Mark Lawrence – The Liar’s Key (The Red Queen’s War #2)

Thriller

Review of ~ James Patterson – Jack and Jill (Alex Cross #3)

8.5/10 “Jack and Jill” is the third story in Patterson’s gripping novels about police detective and psychologist, Dr. Alex Cross. Here, we see Alex working on two of the most complex homicide cases of his already glittering career. Involving perhaps four or more different killers. Like the majority of the cases that Dr. Cross is…… Continue reading Review of ~ James Patterson – Jack and Jill (Alex Cross #3)