Category: Book review

Book Review: Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy

Book Review: Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy

November 26, 2018 Book review 3 ★★★★

I’m a massive fan of The Anne of Green Gables series.  I’ve adored the books since childhood, and my copies are ragged and show all the signs of my many re-reads.  So when I heard about Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy, I immediately bought an audiobook copy. My Thoughts on Marilla of… Read more »

Blog Tour: Who I Am by Sarah Simpson

Blog Tour: Who I Am by Sarah Simpson

November 23, 2018 Blog Tour, Book review 3 ★★★★

I’m delighted to be on this blog tour to help launch Who I Am by Sarah Simpson, a gripping domestic noir that had me questioning everything I read.  I’m also giving away an e-book edition on Between My Lines Facebook page, so make sure and enter there if you like the… Read more »

Book Review: Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty

Book Review: Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty

November 20, 2018 Book review 5 ★★½

Bookworm trigger warning.  Sometimes even a favourite author can let you down.  I wish someone had reminded me of that before I read Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty. My Thoughts on Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty Ahh, this rating and less than stellar review breaks my heart. I love Liane… Read more »

Review & Giveaway: Skin Deep by Liz Nugent

Review & Giveaway: Skin Deep by Liz Nugent

November 18, 2018 Book review 2 ★★★★★

I’m over the moon, to be joining this tour today organised by Penguin to celebrate the paperback launch of Skin Deep by Liz Nugent.  Liz’s claim to fame is her twisty dark writing and I’ve been fan-girling since her first book Unravelling Oliver.  I’m also giving away a copy on… Read more »

Book Review: Lady Mary by Lucy Worsley

Book Review: Lady Mary by Lucy Worsley

April 5, 2018 Book review 9 ★★★★½

Hello, my name is Trish and I’m Tudor obsessed.  So reading Lady Mary by Lucy Worsley was a forgone conclusion for me.  And within the pages, I discovered a fascinating blend of Tudor trickery and human insight into a character that I grew to like and admire. First Line of Lady Mary… Read more »