The Midnight Library by Matt Haig #BookReview

Between life and death there is a library. When Nora Seed finds herself in the Midnight Library, she has a chance to make things right. Up until now, her life has been full of misery and regret. She feels she has let everyone down, including herself. But things are about to change. The books inContinue reading “The Midnight Library by Matt Haig #BookReview”

A Mountain of Memories by ChristineCampbell #Historical fiction #Mystery #Romance

  A childhood trip from Edinburgh to explore Caitlin’s family’s history results in tragedy on a mountainside above the village of Kinlochleven. As an adult she is still affected by the events that took place there, though most of her memories of that day were lost as a result of its trauma. Over a centuryContinue reading “A Mountain of Memories by ChristineCampbell #Historical fiction #Mystery #Romance”

The Detour: A road trip with my mom, her pug and a 1986 Volvo by Jennifer Ammoscato #BookReview #RBRT

Michael Garland’s is so good at getting lost that the thirty-year old coder lives an almost virtual life. He works from home, shops exclusively online—and does not drive. The poor man is shocked to discover his mother’s last wish is that he bring her ashes in the old family Volvo from San Francisco to herContinue reading “The Detour: A road trip with my mom, her pug and a 1986 Volvo by Jennifer Ammoscato #BookReview #RBRT”

Art & Soul by Claire Huston #BookReview #RBRT #Romance

A heart-warming, uplifting romance served with a generous slice of cake. There’s no problem Becky Watson can’t fix. Except her own love life… The best romance is one which grows out of friendship, but will Becky Watson ever find common ground with morose, grumpy artist, Charlie Handren?  Becky is returning to her job as aContinue reading “Art & Soul by Claire Huston #BookReview #RBRT #Romance”

Jigsaw Pieces by Carol Hedges #TuesdayBookBlog #YA

‘He had been part of my everyday life. I hadn’t liked him much, nobody had liked him much, but he’d been there. Now, I’d never see him again.’ This week I chose a book which many people have read several years ago.  I am an ardent fan of the Victorian detective stories of Carol Hedges,Continue reading “Jigsaw Pieces by Carol Hedges #TuesdayBookBlog #YA”

The Magic Carpet by Jessica Norrie #BookReview #TuesdayBookBlog

Outer London, September 2016, and neighbouring eight-year-olds have homework: prepare a traditional story to perform with their families at a school festival. But Nathan’s father thinks his son would be better off doing sums; Sky’s mother’s enthusiasm is as fleeting as her bank balance, and there’s a threatening shadow hanging over poor Alka’s family. OnlyContinue reading “The Magic Carpet by Jessica Norrie #BookReview #TuesdayBookBlog”