Category: Book Reviews

Me Before You by Jojo Moyers

It has been a really long time since I have done a book review.  It’s not because I haven’t read any books, it’s more because I haven’t read a book I loved so much I felt compelled to write about it.  The last book I honestly could not wait to share with you was Gone Girl, a brilliantly written book about truly horrible people. Well, I have a wonderful book to share, which was given to me and a group of other friends as a gift.   Me Before You is written by British Author, Jojo Moyers.  I would not...

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Changeless: The Parasol Protectorate Book 2

She is at it again.  Ms. Alexia Tarabotti is still her comical, sometimes ruthless and unforgiving self who enjoys arguing with her husband, getting into everybody’s business and rolling her eyes at her best friend’s antics, which only lends itself to some wonderful inner dialogue and witty rapport. Ms. Tarabotti (now Lady Maccon) starts the second book in the Parasol Protectorate series, Changeless waking up to her husband, Lord Maccon, Earl of Woolsey, Alpha Werewolf and head of the BUR (Paranormal Police) disappearing to Scotland on some “business” (and me thinks would be very hot in real life if werewolves were real of course.) More...

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Book Review: Soulless: The Parasol Protectorate: Book 1 by Gail Carriger

My friend Stacey insisted I read a book called Soulless.  “What is it about?” I asked.  “Well, vampires, werewolves and ghosts live among humans in Victorian England and the heroine is a woman called Alexia, a woman who has no soul.”  Hmm, did I really want to get into another series of “Twilight” type books?  I wasn’t so sure but as it was an English book and I am English I downloaded it to my Kindle anyway. I had just finished my current book club book and needed something else to read (a little lighter) so I started to read Soulless with absolutely no...

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Hooked on a Book or Three… The Hunger Games Trilogy

I consider myself well(ish) read.  In fact, of the Top 100 books (see below) listed by the BBC, they believe that most people have only read six of them.  I have in fact read 47, which I think is quite good.  It might be in part due to me being British and we were forced to read quite a few of them at school.  Every now and again I get completely and utterly sucked into books that don’t really challenge me intellectually but every part of my being cannot put that book down, almost to the point that I will read non-stop until...

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