Lightning Girl-Alesha Dixon

This was a really awesome book! It was one that I randomly picked up from the bookshelf for lack of something to read. I really enjoyed it because of the pace of the story, the way the emotion depicted by the authors words was felt by me. This wasn't exactly a challenging read but it was … Continue reading Lightning Girl-Alesha Dixon

Death in the spotlight -Robin Stevens

As you can tell (if you have read my recent reviews) these murder books are really captivating me.I have read 6 of the books, still some reviews due, and they have not bored me once. Robin Stevens style is one that I as a reader I have never encountered before. It is wonderfully fun and … Continue reading Death in the spotlight -Robin Stevens

A spoonful of murder-Robin Stevens

This book was not the book that I was meant to read in the series of Murder Most Unladylike. I was meant to read the third book but I didn’t really miss anything by not reading the right book. This book is very different  to the others in the series.This is because it was a … Continue reading A spoonful of murder-Robin Stevens

The Last Chance Hotel – Nicki Thornton

The Last Chance Hotel is a gripping whodunnit, with twists and turns on each page. This story tells the tale of the downtrodden kitchen boy, Seth. When the book starts it talks about the hustle and bustle of practically living in a kitchen. It talks about how one day it is even busier than usual because … Continue reading The Last Chance Hotel – Nicki Thornton

The Secret of the Night Train-Sylvia Bishop

I really enjoyed this book it was really fun and imaginative. At first the story went at quite a fast pace and then it became a little more descriptive. That style worked really effectively with the book's plot. Also, the description of characters  in this book is brilliant. Each has a distinctive feature that helps … Continue reading The Secret of the Night Train-Sylvia Bishop

Malamander-Thomas Taylor

Malamander was a brilliant book. Right from the start it was full of adventure and I really enjoyed that. Most books have a normal start and then the real adventure happens. But in Malamander  the moment the book starts  you are thrown into a world of monsters mixed in  with two spoonfuls of mystery. The … Continue reading Malamander-Thomas Taylor

Kid Normal and the Shadow Machine-Chris Smith-Greg James

I think that Chris Smith and Greg James are incredible authors, they can make a sad droopy scene funny but still keep that melancholy feeling. It took me a little longer then it usually does for me to get captured by their hilarious book. I think that's because I skipped book number two (Kid Normal … Continue reading Kid Normal and the Shadow Machine-Chris Smith-Greg James