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Top 10 Tuesday

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week’s Top 10 is Dynamic Duos. Here is my list. I tried to make sure that there was a mix of books and duos:

Turkish Delight by Barry Faulkner – Ben Nevis and The Gold Digger – solve the case together.

#Rejected Goddesses by Natalie Watson and Nina Holmes – Robyn Ryan and Catarina Romano – a supportive friendship.

The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner– Nella and Eliza – work together to save The Apothecary and keep it’s dark side a secret.

Shadow Pursuit by Alistair Birch – Kelly and Sam – work together to work out what has happened to their respective siblings.

Ace of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé Devon and Chiamaka – work together to uncover the dark secret harboured by their school.

Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella – Lara and Sadie – work together to find Sadie’s necklace.

Armed and Outrageous by Madison Johns – Agnes and Eleanor – work together to solve the case.

The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn – Kate Sheffield and Anthony Bridgerton – the main characters who end up falling for eachother.

The Sign of Four by Arthur Conan Doyle – Sherlock Holmes and John Watson – work together to solve the case.

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Top 10 Tuesday

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Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week’s Top 10 is Books Too Good to Review Properly (I have no words!) (Submitted by Dedra @ A Book Wanderer). This one is quite a hard one for me because if I enjoy a book I usually have more to say rather than less! Nevertheless I have compiled this list made up of books that I have really enjoyed over the past year.

Book Review – The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

Book Review – The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell

Book Review – The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn

Book Review – The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan

Book Review – Christmas at the Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson

Book Review – A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas

The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman
The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman

Book Review – The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

Book Review – The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman

Book Review – Origin by Dan Brown

Book Review – Dial A For Aunties by Jesse Sutanto

Book Review – The House in the Cerulean Sea by T J Klune

What books are on your list?

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Top 10 Tuesday

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Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week’s Top 10 is a Freebie to do with love. I have therefore decided to choose 5 star rated books that include romance somewhere (a couple of them are christmas related)!

Here is my list (click on the title for my review):

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn

Emma by Jane Austen

Prejudice Meets Pride by Rachael Anderson

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas (and the rest of the series!)

Chasing The Darkness by Cassie Sanchez

#Rejected Goddesses by Natalie Watson and Nina Holmes

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

Christmas at the Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson

Cole for Christmas by Janet Raye Stevens

What books are on your list?

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Top 10 Tuesday

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Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week’s Top 10 is Books with Names/Character Names In the Titles (Submitted by BookLoversBlog and Lucy @ Bookworm Blogger).

Here is my list:

Book Review – Cole For Christmas by Janet Raye Stevens

Miss Kane’s Christmas by Caroline Mickelson(link to my Goodreads review)

Clara at Christmas by Lacey London (link to my Goodreads review)

Nutcracker by E.T.A. Hoffmann(link to my Goodreads review)

Miz Scarlet and The Holiday Houseguests by Sara M. Barton(link to my Goodreads review)

Book Review – Lucifer’s Game by Cristina Loggia

Book Review – The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

Book Review – Emma by Jane Austen

Book Review – Bridget Jones Diary and Other Writings by Helen Fielding

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr(link to my Goodreads review)

I had more trouble than I thought I would with this one! It appears that I don’t read that many books with names in the title, and those that I do are Christmas related!

What books are on your list?

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Top 10 Tuesday

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Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week’s Top 10 is New To Me Authors I Discovered in 2021. I read so many great books from new to me authors in 2021 that this is quite a hard one for me to choose just 10! Here is the list that I have come up with:

Steve Cavanagh

Book Review – Fifty Fifty by Steve Cavanagh

Alex Apostol

Book Review – Dead Soil by Alex Apostol

Book Review – Dead Road by Alex Apostol – Dead Soil Book 2

Book Review – Dead World by Alex Apostol – Dead Soil Book 3

Debbie Johnson

Book Review – Christmas at the Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson

Book Review – A Gift From The Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson

Jenny Colgan

Book Review – The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan

Richard Osman

Book Review – The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

Jesse Sutanto

Book Review – Dial A For Aunties by Jesse Sutanto

Rebecca Raisin

Book Review – The Bookshop on the Corner by Rebecca Raisin

Book Review – Christmas at the Gingerbread Cafe by Rebecca Raisin

Natalie Watson/Nina Holmes

Book Review – #Rejected Goddesses by Natalie Watson and Nina Holmes

Ali Hazelwood

Book Review – The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

Becky Albertalli/Aisha Saeed

Book Review – Yes, No, Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed

Who did you discover in 2021?

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Top 10 Tuesday

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Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week’s Top 10 is 2021 Releases I Was Excited to Read But Didn’t Get To. This was a tough one for me as I get excited about many books, but they may not necessarily have been published in 2021! Anyway, after a bit of publication date research here is my list (click the titles for their link to Goodreads):

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood (currently reading!)

The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman (I got this for Christmas)

The Devil’s Advocate by Steve Cavanagh (I got this for Christmas)

The Dark Remains by Ian Rankin (I got this for Christmas)

Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano (on my to read list – not yet purchased)

The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling (on my to read list – not yet purchased)

Window Shopping by Tessa Bailey(on my to read list – not yet purchased)

Still Life by Sarah Winman (on my to read list – not yet purchased)

On A Night Like This by Lindsey Kelk (on my to read list – not yet purchased)

Tinker, Tailor, Schoolmum, Spy by Faye Brann (on my to read list – not yet purchased)

What books are on your list?

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Top 10 Tuesday

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It’s Top Ten Tuesday again! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this weeks Top 10 is books that have been recently added to my shelves. As I have already done a post on this, I have decided to choose 10 books from my TBR shelves that have been given to me in the past and that I still need to make time to read.

The Best Things by Mel Giedroyc (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

Warm, funny, life-affirming and true, The Best Things is the joyous debut novel from much-loved comedian, writer, actor and presenter Mel Giedroyc.

It’s the story of a family who lose everything, only to find themselves, and each other, along the way.

Sally and Frank Parker have it all.

Then one day, because of Frank, they don’t.

As the bailiffs move in and the money runs out, Sally realises that she and her children don’t have a clue about how to survive.

Or do they?

The Parkers are about to discover that the best things in life aren’t things at all.”

The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman (and the rest of His Dark Materials) (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

“Lyra is rushing to the cold, far North, where witch clans and armored bears rule. North, where the Gobblers take the children they steal–including her friend Roger. North, where her fearsome uncle Asriel is trying to build a bridge to a parallel world.

Can one small girl make a difference in such great and terrible endeavors? This is Lyra: a savage, a schemer, a liar, and as fierce and true a champion as Roger or Asriel could want–but what Lyra doesn’t know is that to help one of them will be to betray the other.”

A Street Cat Named Bob by James Bowden (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

“When James Bowen found an injured, ginger street cat curled up in the hallway of his sheltered accommodation, he had no idea just how much his life was about to change. James was living hand to mouth on the streets of London and the last thing he needed was a pet.

Yet James couldn’t resist helping the strikingly intelligent tom cat, whom he quickly christened Bob. Soon the two were inseparable and their diverse, comic and occasionally dangerous adventures would transform both their lives, slowly healing the scars of each other’s troubled pasts.

A Street Cat Named Bob is a moving and uplifting story that will touch the heart of anyone who reads it.”

Down Pinhole by Glenn Cooper (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

“DOWN – Pinhole is the first book of an explosive new trilogy by international bestselling author, Glenn Cooper. A cross between DANTE’S INFERNO and GAME OF THRONES, DOWN is part historical thriller and part fantasy-adventure, a thought-provoking, page-turning, epic saga that explores the consequences of evil and transports readers to a world unlike any they have ever experienced.

John Camp heads up security at a world’s largest super-collider tunneled around London. Scarred by his wartime experiences, he’s been fighting his demons and putting his life back in order. High on his priorities is his new relationship with physicist Emily Loughty, the collider’s beautiful and accomplished Scottish research director.

When the collider starts up it hits its projected energy target but then inexplicably continues powering much higher. In the blink of an eye Emily disappears and a rough-looking man appears in her place. In fear and confusion the man barrels out of the lab and disappears. His identity may be the only clue to what has happened.

John volunteers to embark on a mission to try and rescue Emily and when the collider is powered up again he finds himself in a strange and terrifying world, geographically identical to Earth but very different. It’s a place some call Down, eternally populated by those who’ve committed the most unforgivable acts of evil during their lives. Here in a world with but a few glimmers of hope, kings and dukes, including infamous historical figures, battle perpetually for supremacy.

In a race against time, John must navigate the terrible landscape of Down and bring home the love of his life before they are trapped for the rest of their lives.”

As Old As Time A Twisted Tale (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

“Can the enchanted rose reveal hidden truths? Could it be that Belle’s mother was the one who cursed the Beast all those years? When Belle touches the enchanted rose hidden away in the Beast’s castle, memories flood through her mind – memories of a mother she thought she would never see again.”

Belle’s Library by Linda Woolverton (Foreword), Brittany Rubiano, Jenna Huerta (Art), Walt Disney Company (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

“Disney’s Belle is one of the best fictional bookworms around. But what exactly is on her reading list? In this unique literary journal, enjoy inspiring quotes from some of Belle’s favorite books, as well as her insightful notes and colorful drawings.
Includes a forward by noted Disney screenwriter Linda Woolverton.”

Comic Curious and Quirky: News Stories from Centuries Past by Rona Levin (click for link to Goodreads)

“We live in the era of catchy headlines and click-bait online features—but we’re not the first generation to enjoy news that is strange or lurid. As Rona Levin shows in Comic, Curious and Quirky News Stories from Centuries Past, oddity and intrigue have been a part of newspapers since their very earliest days.
           
Collecting some of the most fascinating and bizarre stories from English newspapers from 1700 to 1900, Levin offers up gossip, true crime, scandal, and more. We encounter a drunken cart driver careening through Victorian London while hauling a ton of gunpowder—and matches; sit in on the first meeting of the “No-Nose Club”, a support group for syphilitics; get a gruesome glimpse of the autopsy of the Empress Maria Theresa, whose body is discovered to be full of “a great quantity of fat and viscous matter, Her Majesty having accustomed herself never to spit.”
 
The variety of stories is astonishing, their contents often horrifying—but just like their original audiences, readers today will be unable to turn away.”

Grimms Complete Fairy Tales (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

“They are the stories we’ve known since we were children. RapunzelHansel and GretelCinderellaSleeping Beauty. But the works originally collected by the Brothers Grimm in the early 1800s are not necessarily the versions we heard before bedtime. They’re darker and often don’t end very happily—but they’re often far more interesting.

This elegant edition of Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales includes all our cherished favorites—Snow WhiteRumpelstiltskinLittle Red Cap, and many more—in their original versions. With specially designed end papers, a genuine leather cover, and other enhancements, it’s the perfect gift for anyone looking to build a complete home library.

Many of these tales begin with the familiar refrain of “once upon a time”—but they end with something unexpected and fascinating!”

Hans Christian Anderson The Complete Fairy Tales (click for link to Goodreads)

“All the best-loved fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen, including “The Ugly Duckling,” “Thumbelina,” “The Red Shoes,” “The Princess on the Pea,” and “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” fill the pages of this beautiful leather-bound collector’s edition. Also included is “The Tallow Candle” — one of the earliest stories written by Andersen, just discovered recently! With both short and long anecdotes, this is a great book of bedtime stories or for rainy-day reading. The attached bookmark ribbon ensures readers will never lose their place as they wander through the imagination of one of the most popular children’s writers of all time.”

The Ascent of Woman by Melanie Phillips (click for link to Goodreads)

“The story of the fight to gain the vote for women is about much more than a peripheral if picturesque skirmish around the introduction of universal suffrage. It is an explosive story of social and sexual revolutionary upheaval, and one which has not yet ended. The movement for women’s suffrage in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries prefigured to a startling extent the controversies which rage today around the role of women. Far from the stereotype of a uniform body of women chaining themselves to railings, the early feminist movement was riven by virulent arguments over women’s role in society, the balance to be struck between self-fulfilment and their duties to family and children, and their relationship with men.

Melanie Phillips’ brilliant book tells the story of the fight for women’s suffrage in a way which sets the high drama of those events in the context of the moral and intellectual ferment that characterised it.”

What books have you been given that you still need to read?

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Top 10 Tuesday

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It’s my first Top Ten Tuesday of 2022! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this weeks Top 10 is books that I am looking forward to being published in 2022. I have to admit that I had to do a lot of research as I tend to just happen upon books most of the time. I knew about a couple of books so I therefore only had to find another 8!

I was pleased to see that Richard Osman’s third book was coming out, however this means that I need to get a move on and read his second one that I got for Christmas!

As an aside I wanted to try and make a start on my massive backlog this year so this sort of post has been a bit of a nightmare for me!

*Click the titles for the link to Goodreads*

30 Things I Love about Myself by Radhika Sanghani – January 2022

The Overnight Guest by Heather Gudenkauf – January 2022

Pandora by Susan Stokes-Chapman – January 2022

The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley – February 2022 – I have pre-ordered this one!

Four Aunties and A Wedding by Jesse Sutanto – March 2022 – very excited for this one!

The Long Weekend by Gilly Macmillan – March 2022

Disorientation by Elaine Hsieh Chou – March 2022

Book Lovers by Emily Henry – May 2022

How To Sell A Haunted House by Grady Hendrix – July 2022

Thursday Murder Club Book 3 by Richard Osman – September 2022 – very excited, although I still need to read the second one…

What books are you excited about this year?

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Top 10 Tuesday

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It’s Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this weeks Top 10 is Best Books of 2021. As I have already done a Top Books of 2021 post, I have decided to do my 4 and 4.5 star Autumn/Winter reads. Whilst these books didn’t quite make 5 stars they were still enjoyable to read and as such deserve to be highlighted!

NOTE: I ONLY HAD 8 4 AND 4.5 STAR READS

The Dying Light by Emily Rooke ⭐Rated 4/5⭐FANTASY

The Threat Below by J S Latshaw ⭐Rated 4.5/5⭐FANTASY

Before Again by Claire S Duffy⭐Rated 4.5/5⭐SCI FI/FANTASY

Chill Out And Cheer Up by Grace Grossmann ⭐Rated 4/5⭐SELF HELP

Last Blue Christmas by Rose Prendeville ⭐Rated 4/5⭐ CHRISTMAS/ROMANCE/MYSTERY

Christmas at the Gingerbread Cafe by Rebecca Raisin ⭐Rated 4/5⭐ CHRISTMAS/ROMANCE

Scattered Legacy Murder in Southern Italy by Marlene Bell ⭐Rated 4/5⭐ MYSTERY/THRILLER

Murder For Christmas by Francis Duncan⭐Rated 4/5⭐ CHRISTMAS/MURDER MYSTERY

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Top 10 Tuesday

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It’s Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this weeks Top 10 is Books I Hope Santa Brings/Bookish Wishes. As I have already done a similar post I have instead decided to do my Top 10 Reads of 2021. There have been so many reading highlights this year that it will be tough to pick just 10, however here is my list:

A Court Of Thorns And Roses Series by Sarah J Maas

The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman ⭐Rated 5/5⭐MURDER MYSTERY

Origin by Dan Brown ⭐Rated 5/5⭐THRILLER

The Viscount Who Loved Me by Julia Quinn⭐Rated 5/5⭐HISTORICAL FICTION/ROMANCE

Fifty Fifty by Steve Cavanagh ⭐Rated 5/5⭐THRILLER / MURDER MYSTERY

The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune ⭐Rated 5/5⭐FANTASY

Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Sutanto ⭐Rated 5/5⭐ CONTEMPORARY HUMOUR

Chasing The Darkness by Cassie Sanchez ⭐Rated 5/5⭐ FANTASY

Christmas at the Comfort Food Cafe by Debbie Johnson ⭐Rated 5/5⭐ CHRISTMAS/CHICK LIT

The Christmas Wish List by Heidi Swain ⭐Rated 5/5⭐ CHRISTMAS/CHICK LIT

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What would your top 10 books of the year be?

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