Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – by J. K. Rowling

5/5 Well, this is the one where the poop starts to hit the fan a bit. Voldemort is back. I know it. You know it. Harry Potter knows it and Dumbledore knows it. Everyone else however... not so sure, and it throws Harry's (to bring it up to 2020 standards) mental health into question as… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – by J. K. Rowling

‘Shadows of the Woods’ – by Duncan Thompson

5/5 I would like to claim compensation from the author and publisher for my new fear of the woods. Goodbye Centreparcs holidays… I ain’t going anywhere near a gathering of trees. NOPE! Ha! A ‘night terror thriller’ indeed, the book delivered, and then some. This was a terrifying story of people being targeted by the… Continue reading ‘Shadows of the Woods’ – by Duncan Thompson

‘All Apart Of The Chaos’ – by Larry Griggs

4/5 Synopsis Everyone thinks that Pro Wrestling is fake, but to Ryder Blakemore, being fake gets him paid. Since the death of mother, Ryder Blackmore has been running from reality in his career as a wrestler where he hides behind the persona of his alter ego Thunderbolt Ryder. Ryder lives in the world of “selling”,… Continue reading ‘All Apart Of The Chaos’ – by Larry Griggs

‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ – by J. K. Rowling

5/5 Well, two months after starting my Harry Potter binge, I made it to book 4 🙂 and boy did I know it… this book is mighty big so my bag was very weighed down, ha! So many things I had forgotten about this book. And all of them so relevant to the story which… Continue reading ‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ – by J. K. Rowling

‘Logging Off’ – by Nick Spalding

3.5/5 Lovely, lovely, just lovely! Andy is a social media addict. Those social media 'influencers' are his lifeline and those online games keep him entertained when he isn't working, or sometimes whilst he is working... He doesn't see an issue with any of this, until he visits his doctor to complain about his constant neck… Continue reading ‘Logging Off’ – by Nick Spalding

‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban’ – by J. K. Rowling

5/5 *spoiler alert* By far, my favourite of all the series. I have been so excited to re-read this one. By now, Harry is a well adjusted wizard. He knows his place in the wizarding world, he has a solid group of friends and is growing into a well rounded teen. In this book, we… Continue reading ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban’ – by J. K. Rowling

‘Flying Solo’ – by Zoe May

4.5/5 I was so lucky to receive an advanced copy of ‘Flying Solo’ from Zoe May to read and review. It was such a delight to read with the right amount of chick lit cringe, romance and desire. The leading lady, Rachel, is very likeable and relatable. Living the London-life, she has made partner in… Continue reading ‘Flying Solo’ – by Zoe May

‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ – by J. K. Rowling

5/5 Just like I said with my review of book 1, I hardly need to help with any promotion of book 2, lol. However, all books I read get an honest review so here is mine. I plan on rereading all the HP books this year but I was not looking forward to book 2… Continue reading ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ – by J. K. Rowling

‘I’ve Got Your Number’ – by Sophie Kinsella

5/5 There are two reasons for skim-reading a book. Either you’re so bored by what you're reading, you just want to finish. Or you’re so hooked that you can’t help but jump through the pages. I’m pleased to say for me… it was the latter! So many times I had to stop myself reading and… Continue reading ‘I’ve Got Your Number’ – by Sophie Kinsella

‘Remember Me’ – by Sophie Kinsella

5/5 Well, this book. Let me tell you the story… I first read it about 8/9 years ago and the storyline stuck with me; twenty-something woman, in an awful accident, loses three years of memory and has to fit into a new ‘perfect’ life of luxury ‘loft style living’, marriage and leadership when really she… Continue reading ‘Remember Me’ – by Sophie Kinsella

‘As Luck Would Have It’ – by Zoe May

4.5/5 I couldn't put this book down and managed to devour it in just one day! A perfectly hilarious summer read if what you're wanting is something fast paced, easy, funny and fabulous. At thirty-two, Nat finds herself living back at her mother's house, but this time as a single mum! She is still running… Continue reading ‘As Luck Would Have It’ – by Zoe May

‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ – by J.K. Rowling

5/5 I hardly need to give this book an introduction, ha! It doesn't need any promotion from me. I first read this in 2001ish aged 13/14 (go on, do the maths lol). By then the first 3 books were out and I was then able to grow up with them. Never again will I be… Continue reading ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ – by J.K. Rowling

‘Leaving Without You’ – by Lexy Boston

5/5 Such a wonderful, exciting and engaging debut novel from Indie Author Lexy Boston. I immediately connected with Harrie as her world fell apart and she made the drastic decision to jet across the world to meet a stranger, Nico, who would take her on a tour of Morocco. I initially thought the story would… Continue reading ‘Leaving Without You’ – by Lexy Boston

‘Down Days’ – by Craig Hallam

5/5 I have never read a book and suddenly felt like I was reading about my own life. What Craig has achieved in this book is bringing together all like-minded people, 'Those Like Us', to tell us it is ok to have those down days and that you're not alone. I started reading this on… Continue reading ‘Down Days’ – by Craig Hallam

‘Cameraman’ – by Joshua Sutton

4/5 This is a fascinating story following the incarcerated Dylan Delgado as his supernatural powers are used to assist the police with their investigations when crimes cannot be explained through the normal (mortal) routes. It is a fast paced story which keeps you on your toes throughout with gruesome detail which is not for the… Continue reading ‘Cameraman’ – by Joshua Sutton