The Exclusives by Rebecca Thornton

I took a risk with this book - it was a review copy (something I am accepting less and less these days), and I wasn't sure what to expect. I knew there was a boarding school, and the lasting effects of female friendship, but that was it. The Exclusives is the story of Josephine and… Continue reading The Exclusives by Rebecca Thornton

The Ice Twins by S. K. Tremayne

Creepy children, and indeed twins, are not a new idea - they appear in countless films and books as a classic scary, horror motif, and aren't very original. And yet they are still creepy, and probably always will be. In The Ice Twins S. K. Tremayne (the "pseudonym of a journalist and bestselling writer", according… Continue reading The Ice Twins by S. K. Tremayne

The Guardian by David Hosp

When I was offered a proof of The Guardian, I accepted, thinking 'why not'. Admittedly it is a little different from the things that I would normally read. It is a thriller, a genre I love, but it is a political, international thriller concerned with the 'issues' between America and Afghanistan, and more specifically, Islam… Continue reading The Guardian by David Hosp