Deadly Games by Wayne Clark

Apart from how visually stunning it looks, the book has an appealing premise that creates an air of mystery and suspense right from the outset. I also enjoyed the subdued sexual tension of the story telling pertaining to Carl's affair with the enigmatic Sasha.

October Classic Read: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Hey Bibliophiles! Let me start off with the question I ended my review with; Do you have a perfect Halloween read? If so, please tell me what it is in the comments as well as anything else you'll be reading this October. I kicked off this macabre month with the gruesomely ghoulish Frankenstein by Mary … Continue reading October Classic Read: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

LOCHANREADS CHARITY READATHON

Hi Friends, I hope you had a fantastic week! I for one am so happy that it's finally Friday especially since I'm off all weekend. 🎉 Now without much further ado, I'm really excited (and then some given the novelty of the situation), to host my first ever Charity Readathon! Throughout the month of October, I … Continue reading LOCHANREADS CHARITY READATHON

New Book Review: LOTR – The Fellowship Of The Ring by J R R Tolkein

The first volume in the Lord Of The Rings trilogy: The Fellowship Of The Ring is the epic adventure fantasy novel by J R R Tolkein. Published in 1954 by George Allen and Unwin, it follows the story of Frodo Baggins from the Shire who is bequeathed a magical ring with dark powers. For the … Continue reading New Book Review: LOTR – The Fellowship Of The Ring by J R R Tolkein

‘Classic Reads’ -August; Pride And Prejudice by Jane Austen

  The first time I read this book back in my Sixth Form days, I felt so intellectually cultured as though I possessed a literary depth that my peers lacked. After all, most of the prose flew right over my head, so it just had to be a work of higher intellect. Now that I'm … Continue reading ‘Classic Reads’ -August; Pride And Prejudice by Jane Austen