Review : #FearDreams by @JoyceSchneider1

A sensitive woman fearing insanity……’

Fear Dreams is written by American author J.A. Schneider.

A former staffer of Newsweek, Joyce Schneider is the author of the Embryo series of books and the soon to be published ‘Her Last Breath’.

I am delighted to be on tour with Joyce for her new release later in the month with a fab Q & A, but in the meantime here’s my review of Fear Dreams.

I hope you enjoy!!!

#Bookreview @JennyBlackhurst #BeforeILetYouIn

‘If you don’t know who is walking through the door, how do you know if you should let them in?’

How excited am I to be on the tour bus with Jenny Blackhurst!!

Published by Headline, Before I Let You In is the latest psychological thriller from Jenny Blackhurst.

WOW…is the reader in for a rather bumpy ride!!

I received my copy of Before I Let You In in exchange for an honest review.

Read on to see my thoughts….

Review: I Found You by Lisa Jewell

‘Everyone has a story.

But what if you can’t remember yours?’

I Found You is the current release from New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jewell. Published earlier this Summer, by Century, a division of Penguin Random House, it was a book I was looking forward to reading

Everything about the copy I had appealed to me!!

It has a striking cover. It’s a hardback and the ease of layout, all made for an easy and very enjoyable read…

Read on to see my thoughts…

#bookreview ~ The Joyce Girl by Annabel Abbs @annabelabbs

‘There are sins or (let us call them as the world calls them) evil memories which are hidden away by man in the darkest places of the heart but they abide there and wait.’

James Joyce, Ulysses, 1922

Now I’m going to honest here and, even though I am Irish, I have never read James Joyce.

The appeal for me with this novel is that The Joyce Girl is primarily about his daughter Lucia. It is also set in Paris in the 1920’s/1930’s, an era, which by now some of you will have realised, I just adore.

When I received my copy from Natalie of Impress Books I was delighted. I knew immediately that the hardest part would be to write a good enough review to justify this absolute genius debut from Annabel Abbs.

Cartes Postales from Greece by Victoria Hislop – My review

‘Who knows if the tales people told me are true or false? I suspect some of them are complete fabrications, others are exaggeration – but perhaps some of them are real.

You can decide.’

There are certain books that land through my letterbox that result in a funny dance and a scream of joy!! Cartes Postales from Greece is one such book.

Written by the wonderful Victoria Hislop, Cartes Postales from Greece will be published on the 22nd of September by Headline Review, in Hardback, Ebook and Audiobook.

I was honoured and overjoyed to receive my copy from Caitlin Raynor, Deputy Communications Director with Headline Review, in return for my very honest review.