GoodReads Review Round-Up

img_5523My list of books I need could be writing reviews for is extremely long & today I realised that a large amount of them are books I read in 2019 so I’ve decided to put together a post that’s made up of my short GoodReads’ reviews of some of these books. None of the books in this post are ones that I’ve been sent to review & I’ve added a little extra to a few reviews, depending on the notes I made when I was reading them. Doing this post means I can still recommend some fantastic books, whilst also taking some of the pressure off myself!

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Dragonfly in Amber by Diana Gabaldon

Dragonfly in AmberI’m going to keep this short & sweet as I finished Dragonfly in Amber a while ago, but wanted to write a quick review because I did so for Outlander…

Some of you will remember that I knew a lot about the first book because of watching the TV show based on the novels; this knowledge continued into part of book two, but the ending was something I definitely didn’t expect as I stopped watching the show before the events got that far. The final pages of this book tore my heart apart & I cried buckets for Claire & Jamie. Thanks to the TV show’s adverts (& the fact that this series is a million books long), I know this isn’t the end for one of the best fictional couples ever, but I’m still nervous about what the next book, Voyager, will bring… I’m absolutely itching to pick it up though.

Add to goodreads                                   You can find my review for book one here!

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Outlander by Diana Gabaldon



It’s taken me over 6 months but I finally finished Outlander a couple of weeks ago! The reason it took me so long is because I was reading it alongside & then between other books; but, I can’t say I regret being immersed in this story for so long – Diana has done an incredible job with this book & I can’t wait to continue the series.


This book contains scene of a sexual nature & violence throughout.


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