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    BLOG BOOK TOUR: We Go On Forever by Sarah Govett [Author Q&A]

    Firstly, a big thank you to Random Things Tours for having me on the tour for ‘We Go On Forever‘. I’m absolutely thrilled to bring you all a Q&A with Sarah Govett. I’m sure this Q&A could convince anyone to buy it immediately – I know I want to! An exciting head’s up – If you buy the book direct from the publisher, the author will sign and dedicate copies of the book at no extra cost. Plus, you get free postage and packaging! SUMMARY Arthur is dying. He must transition within the next four weeks or face permanent memory loss. Alba is studying, preparing to impress the Mentors in…

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    Blog Book Tour: What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson

    **What Beauty There Is was sent to me for free in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to TheWriteReads & Penguin Random House for having me on the tour.** Summary Winter. The sky is dark. It is cold enough to crack bones. Jack Morton has nothing left. Except for his younger brother, Matty, who he’d do anything for. Even die for. Now with their mother gone, and their funds quickly dwindling, Jack needs to make a choice: lose his brother to foster care, or find the drug money that sent his father to prison. He chooses the money. Ava Bardem lives in isolation, a life of silence. For seventeen years…

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    BLOG BOOK TOUR: This Nowhere Place by Natasha Bell

    **This Nowhere Place was sent to me in exchange for an honest review by Michael Joseph Books/Penguin Random House. Thank you.** Summary ‘That’s the thing about our town: people only come here if they’re going somewhere else.’ One grey afternoon, high on the cliffs of Dover, two girls agree to help a stranger. Within months, two of the three girls are dead. In the years that follow, the local legend grows around the events of that summer – and, with the one survivor refusing to speak, it seems the truth will never emerge. Until a documentary-maker arrives, determined to solve the mystery of the Dover Girls. But some will stop…

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    What did I read in February?

    Hello everyone, you may have noticed I’ve been a busy bee over the last month where reading is concerned. Since it’s easy to miss seeing my latest reviews on Twitter, I thought I’d drop a quick blog post with all the wonderful books I read or reviewed last month. I was so grateful to be a part of some brilliant blog book tours with Random Things Tours. Circe by Madeline Miller Circe was an interesting look into Greek mythology. As I mentioned in my full review, I’ve never been engrossed in Greek mythology but was always aware of it and interested to learn more. The thing about Circe is that…

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    BLOG BOOK TOUR: Can you see me now? By Trisha Sakhlecha

    **This book was sent to in exchange for an honest review by Random Things Tours and Pan Macmillan Books. Thank you for the opportunity to read this book.** SUMMARY “Fifteen years ago, three sixteen-year-old girls meet at Wescott, an exclusive private school in India.Two, Sabah and Noor, are the most popular girls in their year. One, Alia, is a new arrival from England, who feels her happiness depends on their acceptance. Before she knows it, Sabah and Noor’s intoxicating world of privilege and intimacy opens up to Alia and, for the first time, after years of neglect from her parents, she feels she is exactly where, and with whom, she…