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The Twilight Wife by A.J. Banner (Review #12)

Thanks to publisher – Touchstone and NetGalley for review copy.Publishing date: 27/12/2016Pages: ~304Price: £12.32 GBPGenre: General Fiction (Adult)My Rating: 8/10You can get this book here:The Twilight WifeSummed up in few words: Island life, memory loss, confusion, not knowing what is real.Description of the book: From bestselling author A.J. Banner comes a dazzling new novel of psychological… Continue reading The Twilight Wife by A.J. Banner (Review #12)

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Purgatory Road by Samuel Parker (Review # 11)

Thanks to publisher - Revell and NetGalley for review copy. Genre:  Thriller/ General Fiction (Adult) Release date: 03/01/ 2017 Price: £8.99 (GBP) Pages: ~304 My rating: 9 /10 (9 because it literally gave me nightmares 😦 ) You can get this book here:Purgatory Road Summed up in few words:  mystery, violence, complicated relationships, need for survival.… Continue reading Purgatory Road by Samuel Parker (Review # 11)

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The Other Sister by Rowan Coleman (Review #10)

  Thank You Very much to publisher,  Ebury publishing, for review copy. Pages:  400 Release date: 17th November 2016 Genre: Women’s fiction Price: 6.99 GBP My Rating: 8/10 You can get this book here: The Other Sister Summed up in few words:  Confusion, facing past, romance, magic and self esteem issues. Description of the book: Every… Continue reading The Other Sister by Rowan Coleman (Review #10)

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This is the House by Shelley Smith (Review #9)

  The description of the book: Julia Jacques has been paralysed for five years… Confined to her bed in the house built by her husband, she is a threat to no one. So it comes as a shock to everyone when she is found dead. Not daring to believe that her death was malicious, Julia… Continue reading This is the House by Shelley Smith (Review #9)

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Bridget Jones’s Baby: The Diaries By Helen Fielding (Review #8)

    Description of the book: Before motherhood, before marriage, Bridget, with biological clock ticking very, very loudly, finds herself unexpectedly pregnant at the eleventh hour: a joyful pregnancy which is dominated, however, by a crucial but terribly awkward question – who is the father? Mark Darcy: honourable, decent, notable human rights lawyer? Or Daniel… Continue reading Bridget Jones’s Baby: The Diaries By Helen Fielding (Review #8)