The first audiobook I ever listened to was The Power of Now by Ekhart Tole. Whilst I consider Tole a life mentor, his narration of the book wasn’t exactly the most entertaining. So, I bought the physical copy and thus ended my venture into the audiobook world. Fast forward a couple of years to 2020,… Continue reading 5 audiobooks every thriller enthusiast needs to listen to
Synopsis: The Bird family live together in a small picture-perfect Cotswold village. Meg, Beth, Rory and Rhys all go to the village school, and every night they have a home-cooked meal with their mum, Lorelei, and Dad, Colin. Easter is a very special time for the Birds, whose traditions include egg hunting in the garden… Continue reading Book review: The House We Grew Up In – Lisa Jewell
I just want to thank The Book Network and T.L. Bequette for providing me with a review copy of this book, for the book tour. Please see the Tour schedule below. Synopsis: From the gang-ravaged streets of inner-city Oakland to the rolling hills of Berkeley, California, attorney Joe Turner defends the most hardened criminals. Confronted… Continue reading Book Review: Good Lookin’ – T.L. Bequette
Synopsis: Josslyn is a 28 year old living on top of a vet, which she owns. She’s an introverted person who likes being around animals more than humans and she’s never been good with building relationships. The main reason why? The voice inside her head makes it almost impossible to form any connections. Josslyn became… Continue reading Book Review: My Dark Self – Jessica Huntley
Synopsis: Luke Ellis would be a normal kid if it wasn’t for his special abilities, and eidetic memory. He is about to attend MIT at just twelve years old but instead becomes the latest child kidnapped and taken to a secret government facility isolated in a forest in Maine. He and his new friends become… Continue reading REVIEW: The Institute – Stephen King
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