Book review: A slow fire burning by Paula Hawkins

I recently read this book because they recommended it to me with my membership on audible. That's not to say I want to read it anyway, as I found the plot in the synopsis intriguing. The basic story revolves around the brutal murder of a young bloke on a houseboat and the police trying to [...]

Book review: The burning girls – C J Tudor

This is a thriller which, at the beginning, this seems like just a paranormal mystery, but it soon turns into something more sinister. The general concept is that a vicar by the name of Jack (a female) has been involved in something that seemed shady and so they transfer her to the church of a [...]

Book review: Storm front by Jim Butcher

In this book we follow around a man called Harry Dresden. What makes him stand out from everybody else? Well, he is a wizard, and he makes no secret about it. In fact, he has an advert in the papers under professional wizard, and he is the only one. He will not do parties or [...]

Review: the cyborg tinkerer – Meg LaTorre

I follow a YouTube channel called iWriterly, which is hosted by Meg LaTorre. This year she produced her debut novel called the cyborg tinkerer. Because I follow that channel and was interested in reading her work, I invested in the novel. The other reason I read it was because my interest in steam punk, so [...]