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One Word Reviews for Historical Fiction Books I Have Read So Far This Year

*I am currently away on holiday so I will catch up on comments on my return*

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. I did an earlier post with my 5 star Historical Fiction books so here are the rest of the Historical Fiction books that I have read this year:

The Postmistress of Paris by Meg Waite Clayton

SELFLESS

Moonlight and The Pearler’s Daughter by Lizzie Pook

DETERMINED

War Babies by Rachel Billington

SISTERS

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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Top Ten Tuesday – Books To Pull You Out Of A Reading Slump

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week it is Books On My Wishlist. As I try my very hardest not to buy new books, I have decided instead to do Books To Pull You Out Of A Reading Slump (a previous Top Ten Tuesday topic). Maybe these can be added to your wishlist!

The last time I did a books to get you out of a reading slump post was 16 September 2021. Click here for that post.

Here is my “updated” list – or as I like to see it an “in addition to” list.

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

Book Review – The Man Who Died Twice by Richard OsmanMYSTERY

Book Review – Finlay Donovan Is Killing It by Elle Cosimano MYSTERY

Book Review – The Maid by Nita ProseMYSTERY

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – Shadow Flicker by Gregory BastianelliCRIME/MYSTERY/THRILLER

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

Random Things Tours – Book Review – The Attic Child by Lola JayeHISTORICAL FICTION

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – The Better Brother by Simon GravattDARK COMEDY

Book Review – The Midnight Library by Matt HaigMAGICAL REALISM

Book Review – The Silent Companions by Laura PurcellGOTHIC FICTION

I have tried to do a range of genres to cater for a wide range of tastes.

What books would be on your list?

Happy TTT!

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

“A woman lies unconscious on the carpet of a smart Westminster apartment”

Genre: Historical Fiction

Number of Pages: 288

Date of Publication: 11 May 2022

Publisher: Universe / Unicorn Publishing

Rated: 3.5/4 /5

My Review Summary: An interesting story that came together well.

📖PLOT SUMMARY📖

A woman lies unconscious on the carpet of a smart Westminster apartment, one red high-heeled shoe has fallen off… 

A younger woman lies with her eyes closed, half-hidden under a drinks cabinet… 

Her fingers clutch an empty bottle… 

What happens when a mother withholds her love? 

When she has no love to withhold? 

When she sees her three daughters as obstacles to her own formidable career? 

This is the story of three sisters, Millie, Di and Cleo.

They are the war babies. 

Growing up in a world still in turmoil, hungover from war, the sisters struggle to leave behind their mother and build their own lives. 

Each sister is lost in her own world where extreme need leads to extreme behaviour. 

Then a tragic event forces Cleo, the youngest and wildest, to become the catalyst to smash the pattern. 

Who will adapt and survive in this new world? 

Who will find peace? 

From London to New York and to Vietnam, the focus shifts from one sister to the next, putting human nature, its flaws and its virtues, under the spotlight. 

With elements of a psychological thriller, Rachel Billington observes her characters with clinical detachment, but also with wit and understanding. 

Yet there is hope at the heart of this story which will leave the reader wondering long after the final twist is revealed.

💭THOUGHTS💭

I have recently got more into the historical fiction genre and together with the blurb that made it sound quite dark and twisty, I was pleased when I got accepted onto this tour. Whilst the book wasn’t quite what I was expecting, I still enjoyed it for what it was. 

The writing was good and the story had a good pace to it. The writing technique of each sister having their own story gradually unfolding in dedicated chapters kept the story moving forward, yet at the same time it was still rooted in the past. 

The chapters were short and snappy. They weren’t numbered, but instead were based on the individual characters, namely the sisters with the addition of the eldest sister’s daughter towards the end. I enjoyed learning about the character’s this way and it was interesting to see things from their individual points of view. One downside to just knowing whose point of view you were reading from was that I wasn’t always sure which time period I was in. It did eventually become clear, but I would have liked to have known sooner. 

The characters were excellent. I loved the three sisters and how we were taken on a journey through their ultimately tragic lives. As previously mentioned, the story was built up by giving snapshots of each sisters life within the same time period so it was easy to compare what was happening to them. Whilst it was quite individual to that sister it neatly came together at the end. It was an emotional rollercoaster right through to the end. 

Lastly the settings. There isn’t a great deal to be said here as it was all about conversation and action. There were moments of description, but the details were only there to give the story a grounding. I think that if there was any more detail then it was have distracted from the conversational journey that you were taken on and disrupted the flow of the book.

Overall it was a good book for what it was. I found that I appreciated the storylines more looking back on the book than when I was reading it at the time.  

⭐Rated 3.5/4/5⭐

📖THE AUTHOR📖

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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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Friday Musings – Inspired by Top 5 Tuesday – Recent 5 Star Books

Welcome to my Friday Musings Post! This is where every week I will scour the Blogosphere and find past meme questions and incorporate them into a current post (linking back to the blog who set the meme).

This week I have chosen:

Top 5 Tuesday by hosted by Meeghan Reads

On 30 November 2021 it was a Freebie, but Meeghan Reads chose to do Top 5 recent reads. Here are my recent 5 star reads (click titles for my reviews):

Book Review – The Attic Child by Lola JayeHISTORICAL FICTION

Book Review – Finlay Donovan Is Killing It by Elle CosimanoMYSTERY

Book Review – A Binturong In My Bed by Chris LoisCHILDREN

Book Review – Four Aunties And A Wedding by Jesse SutantoROMANCE

Book Review – Hook, Line and Sinker by Tessa BaileyROMANCE

What are your most recent 5 star reads?

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

“We sat under the tall limbs tree that day, with no idea these were the last days of paradise.”

Genre:Historical Fiction – US / African History 

Number of Pages: 480

Date of Publication: 28 April 2022

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Rated: 5/5

My Review Summary: A beautifully written, heartbreaking story

📖PLOT SUMMARY FROM GOODREADS📖

A hauntingly powerful and emotionally charged novel about family secrets, love and loss, identity and belonging.

Two children trapped in the same attic, almost a century apart, bound by a shared secret.

Early 1900s London: Taken from his homeland, twelve-year-old Celestine spends most of the time locked away in the attic of a large house by the sea. The only time Celestine isn’t bound by confines of the small space is when he is acting as an unpaid servant to English explorer Sir Richard Babbington, As the years pass, he desperately clings on to memories of his family in Africa, even as he struggles to remember his mother’s face, and sometimes his real name . . .

1974: Lowra, a young orphan girl born into wealth and privilege whose fortunes have now changed, finds herself trapped in the same attic. Searching for a ray of light in the darkness of the attic, Lowra finds under the floorboards an old-fashioned pen, a porcelain doll, a beaded necklace, and a message carved on the wall, written in an unidentifiable language. Providing comfort for her when all hope is lost, these clues will lead her to uncover the secrets of the attic.

💭THOUGHTS💭  

When this came up as a Blog Tour I decided to go for it as it was something a bit different to what I would usually read. The cover drew me in too, with it’s bold colours. I am so glad that I got accepted onto the tour because I absolutely loved the story. It was a strange one because it was so heartbreaking, yet you just wanted to keep on reading. It was so well told and it will stay with me for a long time. 

The writing was amazing. It was gripping, informative and unforgettable. The way that the two characters lived in different ages, yet were treated the same, was definitely an eye opener. I loved how well the story weaved together and how the story was gradually built.

The points of view of the characters was cleverly written in that at the beginning you really felt the innocence and confusion of the main character, who was just a child. As he grew so his outlook and point of view changed and hardened. With the other character, you got less of the innocence, but there was still sadness and childhood emotion there. 

Going on to the chapters they were fairly long and every so often would change character and time period. You got good chunks of each time period which gave suspense to the story because just as you were getting into the story you were moved on to the next time period. This made me want to keep on reading to see what eventually happened.

There were two main parts to the story with then the chapters which were clearly named and had dates so you always knew where you were. The story never dragged and there was an excellent pace to it.

The characters were great. It was interesting to see how their similar experiences affected them in later life. No other character was able to understand what they had gone through. The whole story was on a sensitive topic that has definitely opened my eyes up to a period of history that I wasn’t overly familiar with, plus issues that some people have to deal with in their day to day lives even in this age. 

Lastly the settings. The house with the attic was an excellent backdrop. The settings were described throughout, but the main focus was on character thoughts, feelings and actions. You could really feel the characters pain through the storytelling and so you didn’t need a lot of extra details. 

Overall I loved this story. It was beautifully written and whilst it broke my heart the epilogue gave me closure. I highly recommend reading this book!

⭐Rated 5/5⭐

📖THE AUTHOR📖

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Time Travel Thursday

It’s Time Travel Thursday! This is where I take a look back at what I was reading this time last year (or the year before or the year before that…) and compare it to what I am reading now.

This day in 2021 I was reading:

Book Review – The Perfect Couple by Jackie Kabler

Book Description From Goodreads:

“The perfect couple…or the perfect lie?

A year and a half ago, Gemma met the love of her life, Danny. Since then, their relationship has been like something out of a dream. But one Friday evening, Gemma returns home to find Danny is nowhere to be seen.

After two days with no word from her husband, Gemma turns to the police. She is horrified with what she discovers – a serial killer is on the loose in Bristol. When she sees the photos of the victims she is even more stunned…the victims all look just like Danny.

But, the detectives aren’t convinced by Gemma’s story. Why has no one apart from Gemma seen or heard from Danny in weeks? Why is there barely a trace of him in their flat? Is she telling them the truth, or are there more secrets and lies in this marriage than meets the eye?”

Fast Forward To Today:

Finlay Donovan Is Killing It by Elle Cosimano (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads

“Finlay Donovan is killing it…except, she’s really not. A stressed-out single mom of two and struggling novelist, Finlay’s life is in chaos: The new book she promised her literary agent isn’t written; her ex-husband fired the nanny without telling her; and this morning she had to send her four-year-old to school with hair duct-taped to her head after an incident with scissors.

When Finlay is overheard discussing the plot of her new suspense novel with her agent over lunch, she’s mistaken for a contract killer and inadvertently accepts an offer to dispose of a problem husband in order to make ends meet. She soon discovers that crime in real life is a lot more difficult than its fictional counterpart, as she becomes tangled in a real-life murder investigation.”

The Attic Child by Lola Jaye (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

A hauntingly powerful and emotionally charged novel about family secrets, love and loss, identity and belonging.

Two children trapped in the same attic, almost a century apart, bound by a shared secret.

Early 1900s London: Taken from his homeland, twelve-year-old Celestine spends most of the time locked away in the attic of a large house by the sea. The only time Celestine isn’t bound by confines of the small space is when he is acting as an unpaid servant to English explorer Sir Richard Babbington, As the years pass, he desperately clings on to memories of his family in Africa, even as he struggles to remember his mother’s face, and sometimes his real name . . .

1974: Lowra, a young orphan girl born into wealth and privilege whose fortunes have now changed, finds herself trapped in the same attic. Searching for a ray of light in the darkness of the attic, Lowra finds under the floorboards an old-fashioned pen, a porcelain doll, a beaded necklace, and a message carved on the wall, written in an unidentifiable language. Providing comfort for her when all hope is lost, these clues will lead her to uncover the secrets of the attic.”

As you can see I have moved on from Thriller to Chick Lit/Mystery and Historical Fiction. There is an element of mystery in all of them though so my current reads aren’t too far from what I was reading last year!

I remember that I bought The Perfect Couple with some of my birthday money – a whole 99p! Finlay Donovan Is Killing It was a Mother’s Day present and The Attic Child is a Blog Tour Book.

What were you reading this time last year or the year before (or the year before!)? Add your links in the comments below!

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Wednesday Night Reading

My little evening reading updates are back! I’ve had a few late, late nights which have resulted in me going to sleep straight after reading!

This evening I’ve had a good couple of hours and have focussed on two books; Finlay Donovan Is Killing It by Elle Cosimano and The Attic Child by Lola Jaye.

I read a couple of chapters of Finlay Donovan Is Killing It whilst wearing one of those sheet face mask thingys. I like to make the most of my reading times and having one of those on certainly adds something to the evening! I therefore didn’t spend a lot of time on reading this book (the facemask said to wear for 15 minutes but I left it on for 20 as I wanted to finish the chapter I was reading!) as The Attic Child is my next Blog Tour book which I need to finish. I am slightly panicking about it, but I do have until 17th (well 16th really as I like to finalise the review the night before!) so there is still plenty of time.

Hope everyone has a great Wednesday!

Tomorrow it is Time Travel Thursday and as I have finished a couple of books I have reviews coming out!

✨Time Travel Thursday is a weekly meme that I host so feel free to join in and add your links to your post in the comments section!✨

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Goodreads Top 5 Wednesday – New To Me Books

Welcome to Top 5 Wednesday! Hosted by Goodreads T5W group this week it is New To Me Books. I am lucky enough to paticipate in Blog Tours for books that have recently been published or are soon to be published, so I have decided to pick 5 of those that have recently been published and that I have reviewed (and rated 5 star):

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – The Mirror Game by Guy Gardner Published 28 January 2022

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – Hook, Line and Sinker by Tessa Bailey Published 1 March 2022

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – Sparks and Shadow by Ceara Nobles Published 4 March 2022

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – Shadow Flicker by Gregory Bastianelli Published 29 March 2022

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – Welcome To Your Life by Bethany Rutter Published 31 March 2022

What books are new to you?

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WWW Wednesday!

It’s W W W Wednesday! Hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words, here are my 3 Ws (Currently Reading, Just Finished Reading and Future Reading):

What I am currently reading:

Finlay Donovan Is Killing It by Elle Cosimano

Book Description From Goodreads:

“Finlay Donovan is killing it…except, she’s really not. A stressed-out single mom of two and struggling novelist, Finlay’s life is in chaos: The new book she promised her literary agent isn’t written; her ex-husband fired the nanny without telling her; and this morning she had to send her four-year-old to school with hair duct-taped to her head after an incident with scissors.

When Finlay is overheard discussing the plot of her new suspense novel with her agent over lunch, she’s mistaken for a contract killer and inadvertently accepts an offer to dispose of a problem husband in order to make ends meet. She soon discovers that crime in real life is a lot more difficult than its fictional counterpart, as she becomes tangled in a real-life murder investigation.

Fast-paced, deliciously witty, and wholeheartedly authentic in depicting the frustrations and triumphs of motherhood in all its messiness, hilarity, and heartfelt moments, Finlay Donovan Is Killing It is the first in a brilliant new series from award-winning Elle Cosimano.”

I am still only halfway through this book. I have too many other books to get through to go any faster, but the main thing is that I get to enjoy a bit of it every evening!

Spring at Blueberry Bay by Holly Martin

Book Description From Goodreads:

Welcome to beautiful Hope Island where the sea sparkles, the daffodils are blooming and a blossoming romance is just around the corner…

Bella has always had a sunny outlook and caring nature, despite recently falling on hard times. When she finds a handsome homeless man on her doorstep, her kind heart tells her she must help him. So, she invites Isaac into her cottage and into her life in ways she could never have imagined…

But Isaac is not what he seems. He’s keeping a huge secret from Bella, yet he never expected to fall for this open, generous and charming woman.

Bella can’t ignore the chemistry between her and Isaac, but she’s had her trust badly broken in her past. Will she run when she learns the truth about Isaac, or will he be the one man who can help Bella believe in love again?

A gorgeously romantic and heartwarming story to completely lose yourself in. Perfect for fans of Sarah Morgan, Jane Costello and Miranda Dickinson.

I am nearly halfway through this one and am really enjoying it. It is a nice light read and I look forward to reading it each day.

Twelve Days In May by Niamh Hargan

Book Description From Goodreads:

They haven’t spoken for 12 years.

Can they fall in love in 12 days?

Lizzy Munro is working at the Cannes Film Festival, in a job that involves a lot more admin than red-carpet glamour.

There, Ciaran Flynn is the man everyone is talking about: heartthrob of the moment and director of the most romantic movie of the year.

What nobody knows is that twelve years ago, they were best friends . . . and they haven’t spoken since.

But when Ciaran’s film runs into trouble, there’s only one person he can turn to.

Is twelve days enough to save not only Ciaran’s film, but also the spark he and Lizzy once shared?

I have only read a couple of chapters, but I am enjoying it. I am on the Blog Tour for this book on 13 May so keep an eye out for my review on here, Amazon, Goodreads, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

What I have finished reading:

Book Review – Four Aunties And A Wedding by Jesse Sutanto – #bookreview #romcom (click for my book review)

What I am reading next:

The Attic Child by Lola Jaye

Book Description From Goodreads:

A hauntingly powerful and emotionally charged novel about family secrets, love and loss, identity and belonging.

Two children trapped in the same attic, almost a century apart, bound by a shared secret.

Early 1900s London: Taken from his homeland, twelve-year-old Celestine spends most of the time locked away in the attic of a large house by the sea. The only time Celestine isn’t bound by confines of the small space is when he is acting as an unpaid servant to English explorer Sir Richard Babbington, As the years pass, he desperately clings on to memories of his family in Africa, even as he struggles to remember his mother’s face, and sometimes his real name . . .

1974: Lowra, a young orphan girl born into wealth and privilege whose fortunes have now changed, finds herself trapped in the same attic. Searching for a ray of light in the darkness of the attic, Lowra finds under the floorboards an old-fashioned pen, a porcelain doll, a beaded necklace, and a message carved on the wall, written in an unidentifiable language. Providing comfort for her when all hope is lost, these clues will lead her to uncover the secrets of the attic.”

I am on the Blog Tour on 17 May for this book, so keep your eyes peeled for my review on here, Goodreads, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

Happy WWW Wednesday!

What are your 3 W’s

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