The First Christmas

Posted December 1, 2018 by midnightreview in Off topic posts / 4 Comments
The First Christmas

This is a very different post today from my usual book reviews. A personal post about celebrating the first Christmas without my dad. When I was 16 dad was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma (a form of blood cancer). Our world was rocked. But dad was amazing and out did every prediction he was ever given. […]

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Mavis and Dot by Angela Petch ..

Posted November 28, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 1 Comment
Mavis and Dot by Angela Petch @rararesources @Angela_Petch #blogtour #bookreview

Synopsis: A warm slice of life, funny, feel-good, yet poignant. Introducing two eccentric ladies who form an unlikely friendship. Meet Mavis and Dot – two colourful, retired ladies who live in Worthington-on-Sea, where there are charity shops galore. Apart from bargain hunting, they manage to tangle themselves in escapades involving illegal immigrants, night clubs, nude […]

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The Lingering by SJI Holiday @..

Posted November 23, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 0 Comments
The Lingering by SJI Holiday @SJIHolliday @OrendaBooks @annecater #TheLingering #RandomThingsTours

Synopsis: Married couple Jack and Ali Gardiner move to a self-sufficient commune in the English Fens, desperate for fresh start. The local village is known for the witches who once resided there and Rosalind House, where the commune has been established, is a former psychiatric home, with a disturbing history. When Jack and Ali arrive, […]

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The Raven Tower by Emma Miles ..

Posted November 22, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 2 Comments
The Raven Tower by Emma Miles @EmmaMilesShadow @rararesources

Synopsis: What price will Kesta and the fire-walkers have to pay to keep their people from enslavement? The raids were more ferocious, more desperate and much earlier in the year. When Kesta sees in the flame who is really behind the attacks the Independent islands of the Fulmers seem doomed to fall. Their only hope […]

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Strand of Faith by Rachel J Bo..

Posted November 18, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 4 Comments
Strand of Faith by Rachel J Bonner @rararesources @RachelJBonner1

Synopsis: When the choice is between love and life, how can anyone decide? A girl and a monk, both with extraordinary mental powers, have compelling reasons not to fall in love.  But those from whom they expect support are manipulating them both because their choices will have consequences for the rest of the world. After […]

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Book Review: Tempests and Slau..

Posted October 14, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 1 Comment
Book Review: Tempests and Slaughter by Tamora Pierce @TamoraPierce @HarperVoyagerUK

Synopsis: Arram. Varice. Ozorne. In the first book in the Numair Chronicles, three student mages are bound by fate . . . fated for trouble. Arram Draper is a boy on the path to becoming one of the realm’s most powerful mages. The youngest student in his class at the Imperial University of Carthak, he […]

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Blog Tour: Eternal Seas by Lex..

Posted October 1, 2018 by midnightreview in Reviews / 4 Comments
Blog Tour: Eternal Seas by Lexi Rees

Synopsis: Such a small parcel shouldn’t cause experienced smugglers much trouble, but this parcel is far from normal. Lost and scared after a violent storm, Finn and his sister, Aria, take shelter on a remote island. They discover the parcel contains a relic belonging to a long forgotten people. Locked inside are powers which will […]

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