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Goodreads Top 5 Wednesday – Books Worth The Hype

Welcome to Top 5 Wednesday! Hosted by Goodreads T5W group this week it is Books Worth The Hype. Here is a list of 5 books that lived up to their popularity (in my opinion!):

Harry Potter series by J K Rowling

This is such a popular series that it has exploded and diversified into films, merchandise, a Studio Tour, Theme Parks and games (plus everything else I have forgotten to mention!). I personally absolutely love this series and used to get the next book out as a late birthday present from book 4 onwards!

Book Review – The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

I wasn’t really a fan of romances, but I decided to give them a chance and when I saw that this book was (and still is to some extent!) all over Instagram I decided to give it a go. I loved it and have read many more romance novels since!

Book Review – The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

I had seen this a while ago, but with mixed reviews I wasn’t sure if I would enjoy it. I am glad that I took the plunge as I absolutely loved it!

Book Review – The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

I like Richard Osman and was curious as to see what his writing would be like. I was not disappointed. I loved this book and the second one. I have already pre-ordered the third one!

Book Review – A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas

I got this book for my friend for her birthday. She really enjoyed it and lent it to me to read. I really enjoyed it then didn’t think any more about it. It wasn’t until many months later that I saw that there were more books in the series and that people were absolutely loving them. I decided to jump on the band wagon and am so glad that I did. My favourite book of the series is the second one, A Court of Mist and Fury.

What books would be on your list?

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Library Book Review – The Book Of Cold Cases by Simone St James – #thriller #mystery #popularbook

📖PLOT SUMMARY FROM GOODREADS📖

In 1977, Claire Lake, Oregon, was shaken by the Lady Killer Murders: Two men, seemingly randomly, were murdered with the same gun, with strange notes left behind. Beth Greer was the perfect suspect–a rich, eccentric twenty-three-year-old woman, seen fleeing one of the crimes. But she was acquitted, and she retreated to the isolation of her mansion.

Oregon, 2017. Shea Collins is a receptionist, but by night, she runs a true crime website, the Book of Cold Cases–a passion fueled by the attempted abduction she escaped as a child. When she meets Beth by chance, Shea asks her for an interview. To Shea’s surprise, Beth says yes.

They meet regularly at Beth’s mansion, though Shea is never comfortable there. Items move when she’s not looking, and she could swear she’s seen a girl outside the window. The allure of learning the truth about the case from the smart, charming Beth is too much to resist, but even as they grow closer, Shea senses something isn’t right. Is she making friends with a manipulative murderer, or are there other dangers lurking in the darkness of the Greer house?

A true crime blogger gets more than she bargained for while interviewing the woman acquitted of two cold case slayings in this chilling new novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Sun Down Motel.

💭THOUGHTS💭   

I had seen this all over Instagram and I was excited when I found out that it was available at the library. There was a bit of a waiting list, but after a month of waiting it finally became available for me to read. I can certainly see why it was so popular.

The writing was gripping from start to finish with an excellent spooky side to it. The suspense and cliffhangers at the end of chapters made me want to keep reading. Even though you knew who the murderer was fairly early on I was still compelled to read the rest of the story. 

The whole story was cleverly built up by the two main characters points of view and going back and forwards in time. The chapters were clearly labelled so you knew who you were reading about and when. 

There was a good mix of narration and conversation, which resulted in a well rounded story. 

The chapters were labelled with the characters name and date. The story was split into two main parts then the rest of the chapters. They were fairly long and sometimes split, but I enjoyed getting good chunks of that character’s point of view and the time period that they were in. 

The characters themselves were excellent. I loved how they were all broken and how they then led their lives. I particularly enjoyed the spooky element which has stayed with me. 

Lastly the settings. I loved the spooky mansion and the surrounding area. It really added depth and darkness to the story. 

Overall I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend reading it. I will definitely look at reading some of her other books! 

⭐Rated 5/5⭐

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Random Things Tours – Book Review – Do No Harm by Jack Jordan

“There is blood on my neck.”

Genre: Crime, Thriller, Mystery

Number of Pages: 432

Date of Publication: 26 May 2022 

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Rated: 5/5

My Review Summary: A gripping, edge of your seat tale

📖PLOT SUMMARY FROM GOODREADS📖

My son has been taken. And I’ve been given a choice…Kill a patient on the operating table. Or never see him again.The man lies on the table in front of me. As a surgeon, it’s my job to save him.As a mother, I know I must kill him.You might think that I’m a monster.But there really is only one choice.I must get away with murder.Or I will never see my son again.

I’VE SAVED MANY LIVES.WOULD YOU TRUST ME WITH YOURS?

💭THOUGHTS💭  

It has been a while since I read a Thriller and when I saw this come up on Random Things Tours I had to put my name down for it! I wasn’t disappointed. It was an exciting read and I was right there with the characters willing everything to be ok. 

The writing was gripping from the beginning and carried on right through to the end. There was an excellent pace to the story and I loved the way that we got to see the story build up from 3 different points of view. There was a good mix of storytelling and conversation, with close detail really only going towards the surgical procedures. 

The story was split into two parts which were then made up of short chapters. It was these short chapters which gave the story it’s fast pace. With all the tension and emotion I don’t think I could have handled longer chapters! It has been a long time since I have felt the urge to skip through and see that the characters would be ok!

Each chapter was dedicated to a character and I enjoyed seeing the story develop through the different characters’ eyes. I liked that at the beginning it was only Anna’s chapters that had the count down to the surgery. After that there was just dates and times. The date and time signatures of the chapters was very specific and something that added to the suspense. There was also a lot of tension and emotion throughout. Sometimes a chapter would be split to make it longer and this served to increase the suspense. 

The characters were excellent. Whilst some of the characters were quite cold you were told the reasons behind their thoughts and actions and you were taken it by it. I felt sorry for them all at some points in the story and rooted for a happy ending. I was on the edge of my seat for a lot of the book wondering what was going to happen next to them! It was definitely a morally grey storyline.

Lastly the settings. As the book was mainly based on conversation and narration the settings were secondary. The description of the procedures taking place in the hospital were the most detail that you got, but generally you really felt as if you were there with the characters.

Overall an excellent book that I struggled to put down. Truly emotional, edge of the seat stuff. I highly recommend to Thriller fans!

⭐Rated 5/5⭐

📖THE AUTHOR📖

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One Word Reviews for Humour 5 Star Rated Books I Have Read So Far This Year (January to May)

Welcome to my one word review post! This was inspired by a Top Ten Tuesday post that I took part in earlier in May. Not everyone has the time to read through a whole review so I think that these one word reviews are an excellent way to get a book across to people in one word, so here are my one word reviews for my 5 star Humour books so far this year:

The Better Brother by Simon Gravatt

UNDERTAKERS

Four Aunties And A Wedding by Jesse Sutanto

MAFIA

A Moment on the Lips by J Taylor

FRIENDSHIP

Have you read any of these books? If so what would your one word review be? If not would you read them based on these words?

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Sunday Salon

Welcome to my Sunday Salon post! Hosted by Readerbuzz this post is a chance to have a weekly bookish and non-bookish catch up with other bloggers.

Books that I have been reading this week:

The Book Of Cold Cases by Simone St James (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Review – Book Lovers by Emily Henry (click for link to my review)

Do No Harm by Jack Jordan (click for link to Goodreads)

You Had Me At Halloumi by Ginger Jones (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Review – Secrets of the Mummy Concierge by Tiffany Norris (click for link to my review)

My Book Of The Week That Took Part In This Week’s Memes Was:

Book Review – Secrets of the Mummy Concierge by Tiffany Norris (click for link to my review)

Memes I Took Part In This Week:

Goodreads Monday – Hosted by me Budget Tales Book Blog

Top Ten Tuesday – Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros – Hosted by Socrates Book Reviews

WWW Wednesday – Hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words

Goodreads Top 5 Wednesday – Hosted by Goodreads T5W group

Book Blogger Hop – Hosted by Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer

The Friday 56 – Hosted by Freda’s Voice

Let’s Talk Bookish – Hosted by Aria @ Book Nook Bits

All over Instagram – Hosted by me Budget Tales Blog

Stacking the Shelves – Hosted by Reading Reality

Sunday Post – Hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer

What else has been happening this week:

Our week started off as usual going to the Children’s Centre. We then attended my Granddad’s funeral on the Wednesday (we attended my Gran’s funeral in January this year so it has been a bit of a sad year), before having a better end to the week by going to Bodiam Castle and finally my partner’s cousin’s wedding on Saturday.

I hope that you have all had a good week. Here’s to next week!

Bodiam Castle

Wedding Cake

Wedding Table

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Sunday Post

Welcome to my Sunday post hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer! Quite a few posts again this week. I wanted to do some one word review posts to see how they went, plus I had quite a few book reviews to go up!

My Posts:

Sunday Salon (last week)

Red, White and Blue Book Covers To Celebrate The Queen’s Jubilee Weekend!

One Word Reviews for Romance 5 Star Rated Books I Have Read So Far This Year (January to May)

Sunday Night Reading

Goodreads Monday (add your links in the comments section for all to see!) – The Dark Remains by William McIlvanney and Ian Rankin

Book Review – Distant Stars by Kassandra Garrison

My Book Of The Week – Secrets of the Mummy Concierge by Tiffany Norris

Monday Night Reading

Top Ten Tuesday – Books With a Unit of Time In the Title

First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros – Secrets of the Mummy Concierge by Tiffany Norris

One Word Reviews for Historical Fiction 5 Star Rated Books I Have Read So Far This Year (January to May)

Tuesday Night Reading

Random Things Tours – Book Review – War Babies by Rachel Billingham

WWW Wednesday – Currently Reading, Finished Reading, Reading Next

Goodreads Top 5 Wednesday – Favourite Endings

Wednesday Night Reading

Happy Publication Day! Just For Today by Nell Hudson

Time Travel Thursday

One Word Reviews for Mystery 5 Star Rated Books I Have Read So Far This Year (January to May)

Book Review – Book Lovers by Emily Henry

Thursday Night Reading

Random Things Tours – Book Review – It Only Takes A Minute by Sasha Lane

Book Blogger Hop – Have you ever forgotten to post a review?

Friday 56 – Do No Harm by Jack Jordan

Let’s Talk Bookish – First or Third Person Narration?

Friday Musings – Inspired by Six For Sunday – Books and the Seaside!

Book Review – Secrets of the Mummy Concierge by Tiffany Norris

Stacking The Shelves

Books that I have been seeing all over Instagram this week – Join in with me and add your links in the comments – #bookstagram #popularbooksof2022 #popularonsocialmedia

Weekend Reading – What I am planning on reading this weekend – #weekendreading #whatshouldIreadnext

Top 10 Tuesday post I participated in with links to other Bloggers Top 10 Tuesday posts:

That Artsy Reader Girl – Top 10 Tuesday

WWW Wednesday post I participated in with links (in the comments section) to other Bloggers WWW Wednesday posts:

Taking On A World Of Words – WWW Wednesday

Friday 56 I participated in with links to other Bloggers Friday 56 posts:

Freda’s Voice – Friday 56

Book Blogger Hop I participated in with links to other Bloggers Book Blogger Hop posts:

Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer – Book Blogger Hop

Stacking The Shelves I participated in with links to other Bloggers Stacking The Shelves posts:

Reading Reality – Stacking The Shelves

I hope that you have had a great week!

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Random Things Tours – Book Review – It Only Takes A Minute by Sasha Lane

“I stare at the back of the closed front door for what could be five seconds, five minutes or five hours; I have no idea.”

Genre: Romantic Comedy 

Number of Pages: 159

Date of Publication: 27 May 2022

Publisher: Published by the Author

Rated: 5/5

My Review Summary: An enjoyable novella that kept me hooked until the end!

📖PLOT SUMMARY FROM GOODREADS📖

What if you could live in a different country for four weeks?

What if you could live a different life for four weeks?

That’s what this was supposed to be. Four weeks of sun, sea, and cocktails.

I wasn’t supposed to fall in love.

Do I go back to my old life, or risk starting a brand new one?

Does that really happen in real life, or just in the movies?

Life can change in an instant though. After all, it only takes a minute…

💭THOUGHTS💭  

I saw this come up and had to go for it. I rarely read novellas and as I like to read the odd rom com it was the perfect combination! I was quite excited to get started on it and I was right to be. 

The writing was light, enjoyable and had me hooked from the beginning. I particularly liked the details of the little things, for example how the main character was packing her suitcase and what she was eating. It really brought the story to life without feeling like it was extra padding. It was cleverly done in that a lot of information was given, yet it didn’t drag. The style also made you feel involved in the story with the way that it was written i.e the characters thoughts were presented to you in such a way that it made you think about what she said.

The story also had an excellent pace to it.  The small details helped to slow it down and gave you a more rounded picture of what was happening specifically to the character at the time. Nothing felt rushed and there was good closure at the end. Sometimes I find that shorter stories aren’t able to fit in everything that is needed and end in an unsatisfactory manner, however this one was perfectly balanced. 

The chapters were mainly short with a couple of longer ones thrown in to make you want to keep on reading. I sometimes thought that there would be a new chapter then it carried on, which I didn’t mind (sometimes it can be annoying when you were just getting in to something and it moves away and on to something else!). 

The main character was likable and I enjoyed being on her journey of discovery. The story had a chatty style that focussed mainly on her thoughts (and her arguing with herself!) with the small details and conversations as secondary. I enjoyed this writing style as I didn’t have to think too much and I could just enjoy it for what it was. 

Lastly the settings. I loved being in Portugal and I enjoyed the way that the places and the food that the main character was eating was described. It was done in a neat manner that added to the story, rather than diverted your attention.

Overall I really enjoyed this story and wouldn’t mind reading more rom com novellas. I highly recommend it if you just want a light read.

⭐Rated 5/5⭐

📖THE AUTHOR📖

 I live in South Yorkshire and work full time in the finance industry but write in my spare time allowing my imagination to have a whole lot of freedom as I write Chick lit/Romantic Comedy novels with a bit of added depth. They’re everyday women, dealing with trying to balance family, friends, careers and relationships, that hopefully readers can associate with. There’s plenty of humour added in there too.

I grew up in a small village and my writing came from always daydreaming about living somewhere exciting and doing something different. When I was about thirteen my friend and I used to write stories on her computer (which was really old and basic back then!). We wrote about boys and being grown up. It was probably just overactive teenage imagination but I was hooked on story telling from then on!

I didn’t dare believe that people from where I came from could ever achieve anything as exciting as writing a book. I’m glad that I proved myself wrong.

Although the main character is completely fictional, she does bare some of the characteristics that I do, but that’s also part of my writing style – I can laugh at myself, and this helps me to add humour to the story.

I have previously written a four book Rom Com series, and ‘It Only Takes A Minute’ is my first stand alone Novella.

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One Word Reviews for Historical Fiction 5 Star Rated Books I Have Read So Far This Year (January to May)

Welcome to my one word review post! This was inspired by a Top Ten Tuesday post that I took part in earlier in May. Not everyone has the time to read through a whole review so I think that these one word reviews are an excellent way to get a book across to people in one word. Whilst it can be a challenge to only come up with one word, I enjoy doing it, so without further ado, here are my one word reviews for my 5 star Historical Fiction books so far this year:

Random Things Tours – Book Review – The Bomb Man by Andy Greenaway

SUSPENSE

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – The Mirror Game by Guy Gardner

INVESTIGATE

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – Crow Court by Andy Charman

COMMUNITY

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – The Kitchen Front by Jennifer Ryan

SUPPORT

Random Things Tours – Book Review – The Attic Child by Lola Jaye

EXPERIENCE

Have you read any of these books? If so what would your one word review be?

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Book Review – Distant Stars by Kassandra Garrison

📖PLOT SUMMARY FROM GOODREADS📖

Will Rutledge needs a fresh start. After aging out of the foster care system, he and his brother, Kane, have nothing but each other. Maybe that’s why he agreed to his brother’s insane plan to kidnap a millionaire’s daughter for ransom. With his brains and his brother’s muscle, what could go wrong?

Enter Hannah Cole. When her brother died, her family was left shattered. No amount of money could fill the hole in her home… not even if her dad has plenty of it. Hannah thought she knew darkness after a year of living with grief. That is, until she finds herself thrown into the trunk of a car and crying out to God for the first time since her brother died. 

Hannah and Will soon find themselves in close quarters, fighting the feelings they are developing for one another despite both their situation and seemingly insurmountable differences. Plans start to unravel and the two risk begging the question: 

Are some stars just too far apart to collide?

💭THOUGHTS💭   

I was kindly given this book to read and review by the author. 

The writing was excellent and had me hooked from the beginning. There was so much detail at the beginning of the story which allowed you to really get immersed in the story (for example the smells and the food that the characters were eating). As you got into the story the level of detail gradually fell away leaving a smooth story that kept your attention. The level of detail was well balanced with the direction that the story was going in and allowed for a good pace. 

The chapters were labelled with the character whose point of view you were about to read in addition to being numbered. They alternated between the main characters and I liked the way that they slightly overlapped so that you could see what the other character was feeling and thinking at the same time before moving on with the story. I have come to appreciate a story where you can see both of the main character’s points of view. I think it gives a more rounded picture and ultimately a more enjoyable story (in my opinion!) 

The chapters were also short which helped with the pace of the story. Whilst they were short, there was still a lot of detail and explanation with bits of the character’s past being featured. When we were taken to the past it was clearly labelled so you knew what was going on. It was very cleverly done in that the reminiscing always had a point and explained why the character was thinking and feeling the way that they were in the present. 

The characters were excellent. I loved the main characters and how they both came from different backgrounds, but neither were particularly happy. I always enjoy a story where two different classes of people collide. 

Lastly the settings. I loved the beach setting and the detail that was given allowed me to feel like I was there. 

Overall I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it. 

⭐Rated 5/5⭐

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One Word Reviews for Romance 5 Star Rated Books I Have Read So Far This Year (January to May)

Welcome to my first one word review post! This was inspired by a Top Ten Tuesday post that I took part in earlier in May. Whilst it was a challenge to come up with one word reviews, I really enjoyed it and thought that I would do a one word review post every so often!

This post focusses on 5 Star Romance books that I have read so far this year:

Sleigh Rides and Silver Bells at the Christmas Fair by Heidi Swain

FESTIVE

The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan

WORK

Yes, No, Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed

POLITICAL

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

SUPPORT

Pippa’s Cornish Dream by Debbie Johnson

FAMILY

It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey

PERSPECTIVE

Hook, Line and Sinker by Tessa Bailey

SWEET

The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas

HIDDEN

Welcome To Your Life by Bethany Rutter

JOURNEY

Royal Valentine by Jenn McKinlay

DISTRUST

The Little Cafe in Copenhagen by Julie Caplin

CULTURE

What do you think of my one word reviews?

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