The Face At The Window by Ruth..

Posted July 31, 2021 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Face At The Window by Ruth Speechley  @rubyspeechley @BOTBSPublicity

They’re in your house. They want your life. And now, they have your baby. To the world, I’m @HappyWife. Online, people only see my picture-perfect home, my handsome husband, Nick, and my beautiful baby, Thomas. They don’t see the real Gemma Adams. They don’t see my past, the dark secrets I’m hiding in my marriage. They don’t see the fear I live in every single day. […]

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Last Time She Died by Niki Kam..

Posted June 6, 2021 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
Last Time She Died by Niki Kamerzell @Kiki_K_Writes @rararesources

Synopsis: A rainy night. A slick road. A car crash. ‘A puff of yellow dust blew from the vent, and the car filled with a strong sulfur smell. Laughter whispered through the speakers, then blared at full volume.’ Everything changes for Alexia Harper the night she leaves late from her waitressing job. When voices threaten […]

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Raven Fire by Emma Miles @Emma..

Posted May 11, 2021 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
Raven Fire by Emma Miles @EmmaMilesShadow @rararesources

Is prophecy real; can Arridia and Joss defeat a god? Evil never sleeps, and neither can the fire spirits who have guarded Kesta and her family so faithfully for more than fourteen years. United in a desire for peace, the four lands beneath the sky have enjoyed relative stability, but under the surface stirs unrest. […]

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Books on the Hill Open Dyslexi..

Posted April 23, 2021 by midnightreview in Book Talk / 1 Comment
Books on the Hill Open Dyslexia Kickstarter  Project @booksonthehill @annecater

I’m really pleased to be able to bring you this campaign today. Having seen great resources during my time teaching for children with dyslexia, I have often wondered why the same is not available for adults. I was diagnosed with a form of dyslexia when I was in secondary school. For me it effects spelling […]

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The Phone Box at the End of th..

Posted March 14, 2021 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Phone Box at the End of the World by Laura Imai Messina @Tr4cyF3nt0n @bonnierbooks_uk

A sweeping, moving novel based on an incredible true story. Picture an old disused telephone box in a beautiful garden, not found easily. When Yui loses her mother and daughter in a tsunami, she wonders how she will ever carry on. Yet, in the face of this unthinkable loss, life must somehow continue. Then one […]

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Takakush-Genus Magica Book 1 b..

Posted February 8, 2021 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
Takakush-Genus Magica Book 1 by Raine Reiter @rainereiter @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours

Evil stalks the rainforest. When Professor Elena Lukas returns to her cosy Pacific Northwest hometown with a broken heart, she’s plunged back into the fate she tried to escape. Like her mother and grandmother before her, Elena must now dedicate her life to a powerful ancient Lithuanian goddess. Although she is prepared to live as […]

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The Mask of Mirrors by M.A. Ca..

Posted January 29, 2021 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Mask of Mirrors by M.A. Carrick @ma_carrick @Tr4cyF3nt0n @orbitbooks

‘Utterly captivating. Carrick spins an exciting web of mystery, magic, and political treachery in a richly drawn and innovative world.’ S. A. Chakraborty, author of The City of Brass Darkly magical and beautifully imagined, The Mask of Mirrors is the unmissable start to the Rook & Rose trilogy, a rich and dazzling fantasy adventure in […]

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10 Amazingly Funny Crime Books..

Posted December 5, 2020 by midnightreview in Book Talk / 0 Comments
10 Amazingly Funny Crime Books, You’ll Laugh Until You Die. Guest Post by Billy Moran @saucematerials

Still stuck for Christmas present ideas? Today I am bringing a guest post by Billy Moran, author of Don’t Worry, Everything is Going to be Amazing. Chris Pringle: simpleton, casualty or local hero? Propped up by biscuits, benefits and a baffling faith in his plan, he lives in a world where every day is obsessively […]

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Let’s Talk about Cats by..

Posted November 30, 2020 by midnightreview in Reviews / 1 Comment
Let’s Talk about Cats by Anita Kelsey @catbehaviourist @rararesources

Let’s Talk About Cats: Conversations on Feline Behaviour features 16 unique in-depth conversations with devoted feline experts, each chapter answering a question about our cats. An abundance of catty conversation points which provide many useful takeaways for cat owners to improve their own every-day connection with their cats. This book, the first of its kind, […]

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