Blog Tour Review: Fighting Back by Rachel Churcher

Fighting Back

Fighting Back is the penultimate book in the Battle Ground series & the second half has got me very excited for the finale – I have no idea how this series will end, or what’s coming next, but what I do know is that this series has had me hooked & I’ll miss it when it’s over.


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.



โš ๏ธย Bomb scenes & the aftermath, gun-use & discussions of terrorists โš ๏ธ

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Trapeze by Leigh Ansell


The cover of this book is what dragged me in – I mean, it’s stunning!! but the plot was what lead to me reading most of the book in one sitting on a Saturday. Trapeze was not the story I was expecting, & it did have some strong romance vibes, but I still enjoyed it nonetheless.






โš  Fire destruction, miscarriage & violence โš 

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Audiobook Review: Elephant Moon by John Sweeney (Narrated by Helen Johns)

Elephant Moon

Elephant Moon sounded like a very intriguing story when I first read about it, but I had no idea how wonderful, & horrifying it would be. I adored this story even though it broke my heart & it’s definitely one of my favourite war stories.



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Belated Blog Tour Review: Crier’s War by Nina Varela

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I was supposed to review this book as part of a tour organised by The Fantastic Flying Book Club last month but due to personal circumstances I had to pull-out – nevertheless, I promised I would read & review it eventually, & I am so glad I did.


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by The Fantastic Flying Book Club



โš ๏ธ Sexual references, detailed violence & gore & animal hunting โš ๏ธ

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Audiobook Review: The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill (Narrated by Christina Moore)

The Girl Who Drank The Moon
The Girl Who Drank the Moon is a long, slow-burning middlegrade story that I both really enjoyed & was kinda’ over by the end as it was just a little bit too long. Nevertheless, the world-building was intriguing & Aunty Xan is probably my favourite literally elderly person ever.



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Belated Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Starchild One – The Age of Akra by Vacen Taylor

The Age of Akra

I read Star Child a while ago now but due to personal circumstances I had to pull out of the blog tour in September, which was organised by Rachel’s Random Resources. At last, I am finally getting back on top of my reviews & that includes this one!


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.

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Audiobook Review: The Nowhere Emporium by Ross MacKenzie (Narrated by Monty d’Inverno)

The Nowhere EmporiumThe Nowhere Emporium is one of the first audiobooks I’ve ever listened to without knowing the story beforehand, & it’s also one of the best audiobooks I’ve listened to. I listened to this story whenever I could & sped through it way faster than intended – I wish this story had been longer as it would’ve meant more time within the fantastical Nowhere Emporium.


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The Veiled Threat by Sophia Menesini

The Veiled Threat

I heard about The Veiled Threat via one of the blog tour organisers that I work with – unfortunately the dates of the tour didn’t work for me, but Sophia was kind enough to send me a copy of the book to review anyway & I am so glad she did. This was an exciting story that felt very unique & I can’t wait for the next book in the series!

I was sent this book by the author in return for an honest review.

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ย โš ๏ธย This book contains violence, gore, detailed sex scenes &
slavery/discrimination of a fantasy race (elves) โš ๏ธ

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Blog Tour Promo: Taking Wing by Clemency Crow

Taking Wing.jpegTwelve-year-old Freya enjoys karate and is the only one in her class whoโ€™s trusted with a part-time job. But everything changes when she meets a boy with yellow eyes. She learns about the guardians, and how an age-old fight has prevented them from fulfilling their purpose.

Freya finds new friends in the Crow tribe, but not everything in the castle is blissful. A destructive shadow lies within her and all she needs to do to release it is close her eyes.

But as the guardiansโ€™ war rages on, Freya realises that, although the shadowโ€™s power can be useful, it canโ€™t create peace. To do that, Freya and her friends must solve the mysterious crime that began the war. Can they bring the guardians together before they destroy each other?

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