Review & Free eBook: Fire Country by David Estes & The Earth Dwellers Book Blast

Review & Free eBook: Fire Country by David Estes & The Earth Dwellers Book Blast

My review: A stunning, smokey dystopian Fire Country swept me away with the strength of the main character, Siena, the imaginative dystopian setting based on different tribes, and the language and slang used within the book to demonstrate the cult-like, tribal setting of the Heaters of Fire Country. Siena is a 15 year old girl […]

New Blog Design!

New Blog Design!

Welcome to the newly designed Happy Indulgence! The banner has been designed by my good friend, Clare Vacha. I wanted Happy Indulgence to have a look that matches its personality and now its happy, fun and girly, but to make sure it’s a blog you’ll still recognise. It’s a sad goodbye to the knitting pattern that […]

September 4, 2013 | 17 Comments
ARC Review: All The Truth That’s In Me by Julie Berry – A hauntingly beautiful novel addressed to you

ARC Review: All The Truth That’s In Me by Julie Berry – A hauntingly beautiful novel addressed to you

All The Truth That’s In Me is a hauntingly beautiful tale about Judith, a girl who went missing with her best friend and returned 2 years later with half her tongue cut out and mute. The tale is a tragic, chilling, and touching as Judith learns to deal with the past and rebuild herself as a respected person. Everyone […]

September 3, 2013 | 25 Comments
Inheritance by Lisa Forrest Review: A confusing, incoherent circus read

Inheritance by Lisa Forrest Review: A confusing, incoherent circus read

Sometimes, books can be deceiving with their pretty covers, interesting blurbs and well written beginnings. Inheritance was one of those books, turning out to be all style and no substance. It starts off with Tallulah, a girl with telepathic powers, wanting to fit in with others like herself. She joins circus camp at the Cirque […]

August 28, 2013 | 19 Comments
Parasite by Mira Grant ARC Review: Tapeworms made awesome. For science.

Parasite by Mira Grant ARC Review: Tapeworms made awesome. For science.

You’ve got to give it to Mira Grant (or Seanan McGuire). Anyone who can write a book about tapeworms and make it intriguing, horrifying, and scientifically fascinating needs to be commended. Having loved the political zombie book, Feed, Mira Grant has swept me off my feet once again with her originality and the way she […]

August 25, 2013 | 26 Comments