The Assistant by S .K. Tremayne book cover

Creepy but realistic: The Assistant by S. K. Tremayne (Book Review) #TheAssistant #Thriller #BookLovers

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about a novel that really creeped me out, because it made me think how realistic the events that happened in this book actually are, and how our future and present day is not so far from the same doom. The Assistant was published on December 2nd 2019 by […]

The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman book cover US edition

Beautifully written: The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman (Book Review) #Magic #Witches #BookLovers

GIFTED / Today I bring you my review for the book I should have read ages ago, but I only finished it this year. Sometimes we think we have all the time in the world to pick up the book, and that was my case when it comes to The Rules of Magic by Alice […]

Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout book cover US edition

The one I was disappointed with: Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #BookReview #BookBloggers

GIFTED / When you’re a book review you sometimes come across books you don’t like, even if you wanted to. This happened to me with Olive, Again, a book I wanted to read for a couple of months before getting a chance to. This book was published on October 15th by Penguin Random House, and […]

The Liar's Sister by Sarah A. Denzil book cover

The one about wicked village: The Liar’s Sister by Sarah A. Denzil (Book Review) #TheLiarsSister #Thriller #BookLovers

GIFTED / Today I decided to tell you about the latest thriller that I have read, since October is approaching and many readers like to devour that genre during spooky season (aka Halloween month). The Liar’s Sister really surprised me with it’s plot, but only in positive way. This book was published on September 25th […]

Her Husband's Mistake by Sheila O'Flanagan UK book cover paperback

A novel every woman should read: Her Husband’s Mistake by Sheila O’Flanagan #HerHusbandsMistake #WomensFiction #BookLovers

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about a book I really loved, and even though it has been some time since I’ve finished it, I still think about it at times. Her Husband’s Mistake was published on August 13th 2019 by Headline Review, and it has 448 pages. I want to thank Becky Hunter […]

Then She Vanishes by Claire Douglas UK book cover

Book Review: Then She Vanishes by Claire Douglas #Thriller #ThenSheVanishes #BookBloggers

GIFTED / Today I bring you my brief review for the thriller I read some time ago and never got around to review it: Then She Vanishes by Claire Douglas. This book was published by Michael Joseph, Penguin Random House on August 8th 2019, and it has 448 pages. I want to thank the team […]

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The one about friends who don’t act like friends: The Friends We Keep by Jane Green (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #Books

GIFTED / Today I decided to speak about one book that came out few months ago, that I wasn’t too fascinated by. In other words, it left me disappointed. It’s the story about friendship and forgiveness. I want to thank the team from Penguin Random House Global for sending me an e-galley of this novel […]

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The one with troubled teens: Breakers by Doug Johnstone (Blog Tour) #BookReview #BlogTour #GeneralFiction

GIFTED / Today I am proud to be the host for the Breakers blog tour. I want to say thank you to Anne Cater for inviting me, and to Orenda Books for providing me with a copy of this book. About the book: Seventeen-year-old Tyler lives in one of Edinburgh’s most deprived areas. Coerced into […]

Book Review + Giveaway (INTL): Malaren: A Swedish Affair by N.E. David

Title: Malaren: A Swedish Affair Author: N. E. David Publisher: John Hunt Books Date: November 25th, 2016 Pages: 296 Format: physical ARC Source: from Publisher for a review   Synopsis (from Goodreads): Alan Harrison is a perfectly ordinary, middle-class, middle-aged and happily married man. But when his wife, Susan, suddenly dies, his life starts to disintegrate. Rather than stay at home […]