Two magical series feature in this month’s review catch-up: The Chase Tinker series and the Time Quintet. Actually, I’m not sure I should speak of magic in relation to the Time Quintet, but fabulous beasts are involved, so I will.
The Weather Weaver caught my eye as a Netgalley ARC offer. Well, what a gorgeous cover! And when I read on, I couldn’t resist, especially as it’s a children’s/middle grade book. I’m very grateful to the publishers for the chance
Today is a book review on Justine Laismith’s blog tour for Secrets of the Great Fire Tree. I ‘meet’ Justine on the GMGR Goodreads group, and I’m delighted to host her today. The tour organiser is Aurelia Leo. Secrets
The Scorpio Races – spotted as I was leaving the library, always looking for Maggie Stiefvater’s Raven Boys, which has been on my TBR forever. The Scorpio Races has nothing to do with that book, but, boy, what a gem.
The Lie Tree was a non-winning nomination in our Great Middle Grade Reads Book of the Month last year. I thought it sounded good so I added it to my TBR. Then I saw it in the library…. This one
Rebel of the Sands first caught my attention because of its gorgeous cover. I think I added it to my list pretty quickly. Then it was nominated in the Goodreads Book of the Year 2016, and I voted for it
A Pinch of Magic is new release, which I received from the publisher via Net-Galley. The blurb looked interesting, although I disliked all the gushing quotes from other authors included on Goodreads – which I have left out here. For
The Secret Horses of Briar Hill was the June Book of the Month for the GMGR Goodreads Group. I’d set the theme of ‘horses’ and there was a good set of nominations, from Black Beauty right the way through to
The Toy Makers is a new book (out on 8th February), which I received for review from Net-Galley. I picked it purely on the blurb, which pretty much lived up to expectations, but I think focused more on the toy
The blurb Net-Galley sent for Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance made me reach for the mouse and click immediately. Unlike some blurbs, this one really delivered. I’m very grateful to Net-Galley and the publishers for the opportunity to review this book