Tag: Book Review

Best Ever You: 52 Week Journal @BestEverYou @SparklesYour @SallyHuss #Bookreview

Best Ever You: 52 Week Journal The creators of the Best Ever You Network and Your Life Sparkles have teamed up to bring you this inspiring 52 week journal. You’ll become your bravest, boldest you as you write about your life, values, habits and more in this year-long journal. You are the coffee in the

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A Hundred Million Years and a Day by Jean-Baptiste Andrea. Translated by Sam Taylor @BelgraviaB #Bookreview

A Hundred Million Years and a Day by Jean-Baptiste AndreaTranslated by Sam Taylor Stan has been hunting for fossils since the age of six. Now, in the summer of 1954, he hears a story he cannot forget: the skeleton of a huge creature – a veritable dragon – lies deep in an Alpine glacier. And

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Black Wood by @SJIHolliday @bwpublishing #Bookreview

Black Wood by Susi Halliday Something happened to Claire and Jo in Black Wood: something that left Claire paralysed and Jo with deep mental scars. But with Claire suffering memory loss and no evidence to be found, nobody believes Jo’s story. Twenty-three years later, a familiar face walks into the bookshop where Jo works, dredging

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Sisters by Michelle Frances @panmacmillan @EllisKeene @bookreview

Sisters by Michelle Frances Is blood really thicker than water? Abby and Ellie were never close as children. Now in their thirties, they each harbour deep-rooted resentment for the other – Abby for her sister’s looks and her status as their mother’s favourite. Ellie meanwhile is envious of Abby’s perfect husband and picturesque home, a

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The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal @panmacmillan #bookreview #books #bookish #bookcommunity

Welcome It is a very special day here on Love Books Group. We have a lovely wee team of reviewers now with Kim, J.A. Warnock and Tanya Kannta. Today we have anew addition to the family. Dr Clare Horrocks joins us from England. Today is Dr Horrocks, first review for us and it is for

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The Education of Ivy Edwards by Hannah Tovey @hannahctovey @littlebrownuk #bookreview

Welcome Today we feature and review The Education of Ivy Edwards by Hannah Tovey. The book is out now in eBook with the paperback set for release in August. Our guest reviewer Tanya Kaanta tells us her thoughts on the book below. The Education of Ivy Edwards by Hannah Tovey Adult life is hard. Send help.

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The Strange Adventures of H by Sarah Burton @AdventuresOfH1 @tamushamu @Legend_Press #BookReview #Books #Booklove #readers

Welcome Today we have a review of Sarah Burton’s The Strange Adventures of H. Published by Legend Press and out not in all usual formats. Tanya Kaanta tells us what she thought of the book today. The Strange Adventures of H by Sarah Burton rphaned young, H is sent to live with her doting aunt

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Whatever It Takes by Tadhg Coakley @Lovebooksgroup @MercierBooks #lovebookstours #bookreview

Welcome Today as part of the #lovebookstour for Whatever It Takes by Tadhg Coakley. J.A Warnock reviews the book for us whilst she is on furlough in the Scottish Boarders. Whatever It Take by Tadgh Coakley Set in Cork city, Detective Garda Collins is at war with the leading local criminal, Dominic Molloy. Unwilling to

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Always a Bridesmaid by Cindi Madsen @CindiMadsen @angelamelamud @tamushamu #bookreview

Welcome Today Tanya Kaanta reviews Always a Bridesmaid by Cindi Madsen. I love the cover it is so bright and modern. Find out Tanya’s thoughts below. Always a Bridesmaid by Cindi Madsen Violet Abrams may have been a bridesmaid no less than seven times, but her wedding day was near—she could feel it. Until her

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When You Wish Upon a Rogue: A Debutante Diaries by Anna Bennett #bookreview @StMartinsPress @tamushamu

Welcome Today Tanya Kaanta reviews When You Wish Upon a Rogue: A Debutante Diaries by Anna Bennett. When You Wish Upon a Rogue by Anna Bennett Once upon a time in Anna Bennett’s When You Wish Upon a Rogue, three young ladies vowed to record their first London seasons and to fill in the gaps of

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