Reviews

ARC-Review: Lock Nut by JL Merrow

This was one of my most anticipated reads for early 2018. It’s no secret I really like the Plumber’s Mate series and while the previous books were lightly edited and republished, I knew where things were going. Not so for Lock Nut, it was all shiny and new! The plot The story follows plumber Tom
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YA-book review: Legendary by L.H. Nicole

Legendary is a book by a new to me author and it’s a story about one of my weaknesses: Arthurian themes. So when I saw this book on Netgalley, I just couldn’t not request it. After reading it, it would have been better if I did. It wasn’t that the book was terribly horrible, but
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YA-book review: Marella by Morgan Sheppard

Marella is the first in a young adult trilogy by Morgan Sheppard. The first book is a short story, a novella really. The story is a set up for the rest of the series and introduces the characters and the world the story is set in, which is an interesting world. It can also be
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ARC-review: The Little Library by Kim Fielding

A book about a little library and a romance to boot? Yes, please. I couldn’t refuse this book based on the blurb, but as wonderful as the blurb sounded, the story itself failed to take off. It was not bad, but not good either. The Little Library is the story of Elliot and Simon. Elliot
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ARC-review: One Under (Porthkennack #9) by JL Merrow

One Under is already the ninth book in the Porthkennack-series and the second by the author in the series. The book is loosely connected to the author’s first book in the series, but can be read as a standalone. The story follows Dev’s best friend Mal who’s come to Porthkennack to recover from a traumatic
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