Posts Categorized: Addictive!


Book Review: Recursion by Blake Crouch

Book Review: Recursion by Blake Crouch

July 24, 2020 Book review 1 ★★★★½

Where do I start with this one! Recursion by Blake Crouch is such a mind blowing and unique book and it’s hard to know what to say. Apart from I LOVED IT! My Thoughts on Recursion I do think it would be very useful to know what recursion means before… Read more »

Book Review: The Sleeper Lies by Andrea Mara

Book Review: The Sleeper Lies by Andrea Mara

July 21, 2020 Book review 2 ★★★★½

The Sleeper Lies by Andrea Mara grabbed my attention from beginning to end. Which meant that not much sleep happened for me until I unravelled this PERPLEXING and CREEPY mystery. First Line of The Sleeper Lies by Andrea Mara: “I don’t know what a dead body looks like.” 5 Things… Read more »

Book Review: Unfiltered by Sophie White

Book Review: Unfiltered by Sophie White

July 17, 2020 Book review 1 ★★★★½

Is your guilty pleasure watching Instahuns? If so you’ll love the hilarious Unfiltered by Sophie White for a snapshot of what might be happening behind the screens, behind the all the smoke and mirrors, behind every unrealistically perfect story. First Line of Unfiltered “Ali woke up in her childhood bed… Read more »

Book Review: Buried Angels by Patricia Gibney

Book Review: Buried Angels by Patricia Gibney

July 15, 2020 Book review 1 ★★★★

If you have been following my reviews for any length of time, you’ll know I rave about the Lottie Parker series. So I was delighted to sink my teeth into the latest instalment – Buried Angels by Patricia Gibney – book 8 in this addictive crime series. First Line of Buried… Read more »

Book Review: The Island by Ragnar Jónasson

Book Review: The Island by Ragnar Jónasson

May 20, 2020 Book review 2 ★★★★½

The Island by Ragnar Jónasson is another tense, atmospheric read that sucked me into reading it in a single day. This is book 2 in the Hidden Iceland series, and the books really should be read in order. First Line of The Island “The babysitter was late“ My thoughts on… Read more »

Book Review: Snowblind by Ragnar Jonasson

Book Review: Snowblind by Ragnar Jonasson

May 19, 2020 Book review 6 ★★★★½

Oh guys, I’m gushing over Icelandic crime fiction these days. It’s dark and bleak and brutal, but wonderfully engrossing. Snowblind by Ragnar Jonasson is the first in the Dark Iceland series, and it chilled me to my bones from the first chapter. First Line of Snowblind by Ragnar Jonasson “The… Read more »

Book Review: Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry

Book Review: Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry

April 27, 2020 Book review 3 ★★★★½

How did I miss out on reading this series up to now. I’ve loved previous books by Katie McGarry, but this one somehow slipped passed me. Then I read a review on UnConventional Bookworms that made me instantly buy and read Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry. And I’m so… Read more »

Book Review : The Sun Sister by Lucinda Riley

Book Review : The Sun Sister by Lucinda Riley

January 2, 2020 Book review 3 ★★★★★

I was really excited about this book, as every sister’s story adds another level of depth to the overall plot of this series. And the formation of this family remains as elusive as ever, as does the true story of their adopted father. I CAN’T WAIT for the final instalment…. Read more »

Blog Tour: Meet Me in Monaco

Blog Tour: Meet Me in Monaco

September 14, 2019 Blog Tour, Book review 3 ★★★★½

There were two reasons I had to get my hands on Meet Me In Monaco ASAP Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb wrote one of my all time favourite books Last Christmas in Paris Grace Kelly! Enough said. I’ve beyond grateful that Harper Collins Ireland invited me to join the blog… Read more »

Blog Tour: Come Back For Me by Heidi Perks

Blog Tour: Come Back For Me by Heidi Perks

July 12, 2019 Book review 0 ★★★★½

I’m delighted to join this blog tour today with a book that I’ll be recommending me all round me this summer. I loved it! First Line of Come Back For Me We left in a storm. My thoughts on Come Back For Me This book delighted my senses, especially the… Read more »