Wiking's latest book is all about how we can turn happy moments into lasting memories and in so doing slow down the passage of time. The Art Of Making Memories was published in 2019 by Penguin Books Life.
I enjoyed the summer contemporary feel and the romantic aspect of the novel, the latter of which did feel organic and not overly clichéd, but which could've used a bit more contrast in comparison to other novels of the same genre.
Commuting hosts a series of mostly comedic anecdotes about the wonders and perils of the London underground. If you're a frequent commuter like the author, then you'll probably relate to most of this book
Hey Bookworms! My reading month is looking pretty dismal so far and at this rate, I'll be happy if I complete at least one book. I'll never understand how some readers can complete upwards of 15 books in a month...FREAK readers is what I've decided to call them. Those people that can transcend the the... Continue Reading →
The Seven Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle was written by Steven Turton and was published in 2018 by Raven Books, a crime-thriller and horror imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing. It was later published in the U.S. as The 7 ½ Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle
·٠•●♥ Hey Bookworms!♥●•٠·˙ I hope you're enjoying whatever you're reading this weekend. Feel free to share also, I could always use more recommendations. 😉 I recently posted my latest Booktube Review on VOX by Christina Dalcher, my current Book Of The Month! See below to view it and also if you're feeling especially charitable today,... Continue Reading →
Lord Of Shadows is the second book in The Dark Artifices series and was originally published in 2017. It continues the journey of the fearless shadowhunters, Emma Carstairs and Julian Blackthorn as with the rest of the L.A. institute, as they contend with a new threat.
Lady Midnight is the first book in The Dark Artifices trilogy which was published in 2016. If you've read Clare's previous Shadowhunter books, most notably The Mortal Instruments Series, which was also adapted for film, you'll love reading this book. Clare creates an immersive, supernatural world that is a boon of escapism.
Dr. Claire Peters flees her unfaithful husband, James, to work for The World Health Organisation in post-war Kosovo. Her husband follows, hoping for reconciliation. Both take lovers, she a French Captain in KFOR (Kosovo Force), part of UNMIK (United Nations Mission in Kosovo) he a beautiful Kosovar, wife of a senior member of the KLA (Kosova Liberation Army),