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The Witchling’s Girl Review

Title: The Witchling’s Girl Author: Helena Coggan Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Release Date: 7th January 2021 Genre: Adult, Fantasy Synopsis In a quiet street far from the river, with an ancient tree growing through its walls and floors, is the House of the Dead. There lives the witchling: healer, midwife and conduit between the world… Continue reading The Witchling’s Girl Review

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Under the Whispering Door Review

So I had a really good review written if I do say so myself and lost all of it so here we go a second time. Title: Under the Whispering Door Author: T. J. Klune Publisher: Pan Macmillan Release Date: 28th October 2021 Number of Pages: 384 Genre: Adult, Contemporary Fantasy Goodreads Synopsis When a… Continue reading Under the Whispering Door Review

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Defy the Night Review

Title: Defy the Night Author: Brigid Kremmerer Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc Release Date: 14th September 2021 Number of Pages: 496 Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy Synopsis In a kingdom where sickness stalks the streets and only the richest can afford a cure, King Harristan and his brother Prince Corrick are forced to rule with an iron… Continue reading Defy the Night Review

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Beyond the Black Door Spolier Free Review

Hi everyone, I hope you are all having an amazing day and staying safe. So I finally set apart sometime to catch up on some of my reviews so expect a couple of these posts in the next few weeks. Title: Beyond the Black Door Author: A.M. Strickland Release Date: 29th October 2019 Number of… Continue reading Beyond the Black Door Spolier Free Review

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Parasol Protectorate Series Review

Hi everyone, I hope you are all having am amazing day and staying safe. I have been managing to read more books recently so thought that it was about time I started writing some of my reviews. Title: The Custard Protocol Series Author: Gail Carriger Release Date: 2015-2019 Genre: Steampunk, Fantasy Goodreads Synopsis When Prudence… Continue reading Parasol Protectorate Series Review