All tagged Goodreads 2018 Reading Challenge

Book Review: Larkswood

Larkswood had a main character that I could get behind which helped drive the plot of uncovering the past. The broken family coming together, still with fractures but trying to heal just really made me love this book so much.

Book Review: Kindred

This novel explores what Kindred actually means, what humans can endure, what they shouldn’t have had to endure at the hands of other humans, and shows parallels with the world today, how quickly we can forget history and the daily sacrifices that were made, just because someone looked different to someone else.

Book Review: A Wind in the Door

Charles Wallace has started school but it isn't easy as a child genius who intelligently discusses mitochondrion and the newly discovered farandolae with his scientist mother. To try to help her brother out, Meg visits her formal school's principal Mr Jenkins, not realising how much she will need her former principal to help assist in the next adventure.

Book Review: The Hours

Virginia Woolf, in the 1920s, is attempting to start a new novel which will become Mrs Dalloway. Laura Brown in the 1940s is a young wife and mother wanting to read her copy of Mrs Dalloway and in the 1990s, Clarissa Brown is putting the finishing touches on a party she is hosting for her friend that night, the friend that has nicknamed her 'Mrs Dalloway. All three women in The Hours have Mrs Dalloway in common. All three women are trapped. All three will let you into a day of their lives. That one day that makes up this novel will stay with you much longer. 

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?