Book Review – LITTLE PRETTY THINGS by Lori Rader-Day

Little Pretty Things by Lori Rader-Day

Little Pretty Things Synopsis : OLD RIVALRIES NEVER DIE. BUT SOME RIVALS DO. Juliet Townsend is stuck in a dead-end job cleaning at a cheap motel, stealing little pretty things that catch her eye—until her former best friend and rival, Madeleine Bell, checks in. By morning, Juliet is no longer jealous of Maddy. She’s the chief suspect […]

Book Review – MODERN ROMANCE by Aziz Ansari

Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari

Modern Romance Synopsis : ‘An Investigation’, co-authored by Eric Klinenberg People today have more romantic options than at any point in human history, and thanks to social media, smartphones and online dating, our abilities to connect with these options are staggering. Yet we also have to face new and absurd dilemmas, such as what to think when someone […]

Book Review – FARABEUF by Salvador Elizondo

Farabeuf by Salvador Elizondo English

Farabeuf or, The Chronicle of an Instant Synopsis : A ’60s Mexican cult masterpiece, Farabeuf is an enigmatic vision of the French surgeon L.H. Farabeuf’s curious existence, from his morbidly erotic obsessions to his life as an inventor of grisly surgical instruments, an amateur photographer, and possibly even a spy in occupied Beijing during the Boxer Rebellion. With […]

Book Review – THE VOID by Timothy S Johnston

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The Void Synopsis : 2403 AD It would be easier to kill him than to trust him. Transporting a serial killer might seem like a simple job for CCF Homicide Investigator Kyle Tanner. After spending years apprehending murderers, he’s ready to hang up his pistol. Babysitting a prisoner will bring him to Alpha Centauri, where he can […]

Book Review – THE GREAT ZOO OF CHINA by Matthew Reilly

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The Great Zoo of China Synopsis : ‘Now, I know what you are thinking,’ Hu Tang paused. ‘You are thinking that there are hundreds of zoos, why does the world need another one? Indeed, what can China do with a zoo that has not already been done before? Ladies and gentleman… this is what we can do.’ […]

Book Review – WHIP SMART, LOLA MONTEZ STARTS A REVOLUTION by Kit Brennan

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Whip Smart, Lola Montez Starts a Revolution Synopsis : A wild and sexy romp through history based on the real-life adventures of the audacious, Lola Montez. In her most flamboyant adventure yet, Lola Montez gallops to Bavaria and on an outrageous dare, seduces King Ludwig I.  The aging royal cannot resist Lola’s fascinating moves as a Spanish dancer, […]

Book Review – THIS SHOULD BE WRITTEN IN THE PRESENT TENSE by Helle Helle

This Should be Written in the Present Tense by Helle Helle

This Should be Written in the Present Tense Synopsis : This should be written in the present tense. But it isn’t. Dorte should be at uni in Copenhagen. But she’s not. She should probably put some curtains up in her new place. And maybe stop sleeping with her neighbour’s boyfriend. Perhaps things don’t always work out the […]

Book Review & Giveaway – SEVEN LETTERS FROM PARIS by Samantha Verant

Seven Letters from Paris A Memoir by Samantha Verant

Seven Letters From Paris Synopsis : Twenty years, seven letters, and one long-lost love of a lifetime At age 40, Samantha Vérant’s life is falling apart-she’s jobless, in debt, and feeling stuck… until she stumbles upon seven old love letters from Jean-Luc, the sexy Frenchman she’d met in Paris when she was 19. With a quick Google […]

Book Review – MAKING SOAPIES IN KABUL by Trudi-Ann Tierney

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Making Soapies in Kabul Synopsis : Hot days, crazy nights and dangerous liasons in a war zone On an impulse, Trudi-Ann Tierney, Sydney producer and former actress, goes to Kabul to manage a bar. She quickly falls into the local TV industry, where she becomes responsible for producing a highly popular soapie. Trudi’s staff are hugely inexperienced. […]

Book Review – GOD IS AN ASTRONAUT by Alyson Foster

God is an Astronaut by Alyson Foster

God is an Astronaut Synopsis: The day of the accident, Jess is in the backyard with a chainsaw, clearing space to build the greenhouse she’s always wanted. And, as always, she is thinking of Arthur. Arthur, her colleague in the botany department, who never believed she’d actually start the project. Arthur, who has cut off contact, […]