Gargantis by Thomas Taylor

There’s a storm brewing over Eerie-on-Sea, and the fisherfolk say a monster is the cause. Someone has woken the ancient Gargantis, who sleeps in the watery caves beneath this spooky seaside town where legends have a habit of coming to life. It seems the Gargantis is looking for something: a treasure stolen from her underwater […]

Feathertide by Beth Cartwright

Rarely there comes a book that makes you go wow. When it does you want to treasure every word, savour the book, never let it end. Feathertide is that book. It’s a wonderful story accompanied by the most wonderful vocabulary that makes you feel you’re experiencing the journey of Marea. Marea is born into a […]

Q by Christina Dalcher

Ever since I read VOX, I’ve been waiting in anticipation for the next Christina Dalcher novel, Q. With a debut so strong, could the follow up live up to its former. Well the wait is over, I managed to get hold of a copy through Netgallery and leapt into it with gusto and a little […]

Wakenhyrst by Michele Paver

Michelle Paver is probably better known to millions as the writer of the amazing Wolf Brother series. She’s also making a name for herself by writing ghost stories and gothic fiction. Wakenhyrst is a historical fiction in a gothic style. We start the story with a series of letters between an author and Maud Stearne, […]

Big Sky by Kate Atkinson

Big Sky is Jackson Brodie’s fifth outing in a Kate Atkinson novel. not that I’ve read any of the previous incarnations. I must admit I was attracted by the cover and the blurb. A novel set on the east coast of Yorkshire (my favourite place) and a huge seagull on the cover… sold. It was […]