Review of The Fairy-Tale Detectives

The Fairy-Tale Detectives is the first novel in The Sisters Grimm series. It combines both fantasy and a bit of mystery, but also uses fairy tales we all know and love. Two sisters; Sabrina and Daphne have gone through dozens of foster homes after their parents just happened to have disappeared. One day, their grandmother […]

Musing Mondays 4/26

Today’s MUSING MONDAYS post is about the war books With yesterday being Anzac Day, I thought I’d ask a theme question this week. Are you a reader of war books? And if so, do you have any favourites? – Yes! I read war books since I’m a big history buff. I don’t think I have any […]

Review of The Cloud Pavilion

Those that are familiar with the Sano Ichiro mysteries know what’s to come in the plot; political intrigue, a mystery to solve, and rich descriptions of feudal Japan. Those that are new to this historical fiction mystery series, you can read this as a stand alone (when I first got into this series I didn’t […]

Review of The Devouring

The Devouring is about the Vours. Demonic beings that inhabit our bodies and take advantage of us by playing on our fears. They stay hidden in our bodies. They could be in just about anybody – even in our families. Reggie, the main heroine of this novel, realizes the existence about the Vours and attempts […]

Review of She Walks in Beauty

Hooray! this is my first ever book I got from the Librarything Early Reviewers! I’ve actually been wanting to win a book from them for a while now. When I checked into She Walks in Beauty, I had no idea this was a Christian fiction novel. Nevertheless, I just went along and read it anyway, […]