Book Review: Mrs. Dalloway

A quiet novel that packs a punch as you spend a day with Mrs Dalloway who is preparing for a party. The life she has lived, the mistakes she has made, the men and women she has loved are all revived through her recollections while a young solider grasps to find a thread of sanity to hold onto. 

Book Review: The Cruel Prince

As a human growing up in the land of Faerie, you always have to be on guard. They may not MEAN to hurt you but they can do a lot of damage as Jude is well aware. However, Jude decides to take matters into her own hands and she has some tricks up her sleeve that the faerie folk won't seeing coming...

Book Review: The Changeling

The Changeling is a dark, adult, fairytale exploring, in depth, the legend of the changeling, a part of fairy folklore. What lengths would you go to, to keep your infant child safe? How far will you go for revenge if your child didn't remain safe? What if it was your fault all along? 

Book Review: Keep You Safe

Keep You Safe hits on every parent's worst nightmare. What happens if your child gets seriously ill? Whose fault is it? Is it the parent's who chose not to vaccinate their child? Or is the child allergic to the vaccination equally responsible? 

Book Review: Before We Were Yours

Before We Were Yours is based on the true story of the mistreatment, abuse and neglect of 'orphans' by the Tenessee Children's Home Society, under the 'guidance' of Georgia Tann. While the characters in the novel are fictional, their stories represent a few of the estimated 5,000 children were stolen between 1924 and 1950 by the Society.  It has been alleged that as many as 500 children died under Georgia Tann's 'care.'

Book Review: The Thirteenth Tale

It's a story about a bookseller turned amateur biographer. It's a story about twins. It's a story about siblings. It's a story about what lengths you are prepared to go for your family or what the love of your family members may cause you to do. It's about hidden identities. It's about a family. It's about a garden. It's about an old grand house falling apart as it's inhabitants do. It's a ghost story.

Book Review: Anything is Possible

Book review for Anything is Possible, the follow up short story collection to My Name is Lucy Barton. Lucy is a common link that connects the short stories however the stories also link as they all revolve around a handful of characters that know each other or of each other, or happen to be related.