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Book Review and Book lauch- Ou..

Posted January 8, 2019 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review and Book lauch- Outside by Sarah Ann Juckes

Book review and Launch of Outside by Sarah Ann Juckes. Last night I was lucky enough to go to the launch of this wonderful book. I initially downloaded it as an ARC from Netgalley because of the description. Something dark and mysterious with hints of The Room was right up my alley. Halfway through reading […]

Book Review- Are we all Lemmin..

Posted October 31, 2018 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review- Are we all Lemmings and Snowflakes by Holly Bourne

Book Review. Author- Holly Bourne Title- Are we all Lemmings and Snowflakes Publisher- Usbourne   I haven’t actually read any Holly Bourne before although I always meant to. The front covers always seemed so overwhelmingly hyper-teenage with garish covers and exclamation marks that I convinced myself they would be a younger version of chick lit. […]

Book Review- Unnatural Causes ..

Posted October 22, 2018 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review- Unnatural Causes by Dr Richard Shepherd.

I received a complimentary copy of this book through Netgalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.   Book Review: Unnatural Causes by Dr Richard Shepherd. Publisher: Penguin UK   The first time I watched Agent Dana Scully slice open a cadaver I wanted to be a pathologist. I wanted to be there […]

Book Review. Leverage in Death..

Posted October 22, 2018 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review. Leverage in Death by J.D. Robb

Book review: Leverage in Death by J.D. Robb Book Review: Leverage in Death Author: J.D. Robb (also known as Nora Roberts.) Publisher: Piatkus Books Leverage in death by J. D. Robb   I have to admit that as soon as the latest J.D. Robb book comes out, I put all other books to one side […]

Book Review. After the Woods b..

Posted September 28, 2018 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review. After the Woods by Kim Savage

Book review- After the woods by Kim Savage   I picked up this book at YALC2018 as I thought the cover looked interesting. It was one of the first YALC reads that I got around to, against, because I really liked the cover. Sadly the whole don’t judge a book by its cover applies  here. […]

Book Review. That’s Not ..

Posted September 15, 2018 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 1 Comment
Book Review. That’s Not What Happened by Kody Keplinger

Book Review. That’s not what happened by Kody Keplinger   I’ve read quite a few school shooting books recently. Only Child by Rhiannon Navin, This is not where it ends by Marieke Nijkamp, All the Hidden Truths by Clare Askew and Fierce Kingdom by Gin Phillips (although technically this last one was at a Zoo). […]

Book Review. Show Stopper by H..

Posted September 2, 2018 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review. Show Stopper by Hayley Barker

Book Review Show Stopper by Hayley Barker   I received this book from Scholastic as a prize along with its sequel Show Stealer. It arrived just as I went away for a week away with my husband so I didn’t have chance to read it until we get back. I’m glad I didn’t rush read […]

Book Review. One of Us by Crai..

Posted August 29, 2018 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 0 Comments
Book Review. One of Us by Craig DeLouie

Book Review One Of Us Craig Delouie Trigger warnings for anyone who wants to read this book. Mentions of rape, sexual assault, violence, suicide, torture, racial hatred and child abuse. In the 1960s the sexual revolution led to a mutated STD which resulted in children with severe genetic mutations. Known as the ‘plague children’ and […]

Book Review. Roam by C. H. Arm..

Posted August 29, 2018 by brokengeekdesigns in Bookreview / 2 Comments
Book Review. Roam by C. H. Armstrong and No Fixed Address by Susin Nielsen

Bookreviews- Roam by C H Armstrong and No Fixed Address by Susin Nielsen   Quite by coincidence I happened to read two books which dealt with the subject of becoming homeless one after another. They both had a different take and very diverse feel to them. Roam was from the point of view of a […]