Month: May 2021

Legal Crime by Samiksha Bhattacharjee

Legal Crime by Samiksha Bhattacharjee

Legal Crime When I was contacted by Anne from Random Things Tours about reviewing this title, I think it was the quickest I’ve ever hit reply. Was it because of its content? Was it due to the novel being a much talked about sure-fire hit? Nope to both of those. When I get an email […]

Posted May 17, 2021 by Kate in review, tour, YA / 2 Comments
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We Go On Forever by Sarah Govett

We Go On Forever by Sarah Govett

Do We Go on Forever? 2084. Uncontrollable bacterial infections have wiped out large portions of the population. Measures have been put in place to reduce the spread: no-go areas, social distancing, online learning, masks, gloves, vaccinations. But only the chosen are guaranteed survival, and even then it’s risky. If they do become infected, there is […]

Posted May 13, 2021 by Kate in review, tour, YA / 0 Comments
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And It’s A Beautiful Day by Nige Tassell

And It’s A Beautiful Day by Nige Tassell

Twenty-five years ago, a movie came onto the scene that changed cinema forever. Sure, without it I’m certain we’d still have gritty crime movies, but none of them would have the humour, imagination, or the massive heart that embodies Fargo. The sixth movie from the genius pairing that is the Coen brothers is beautifully revisited […]

Posted May 11, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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