Publisher: Hachette Australia

The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith Review: Travel with this book

The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith Review: Travel with this book

Travelling is one of my loves and Europe and America are dream destinations. The Geography of You and Me satisfied the tourist in me by giving us the taste of different places in these two continents – from the vibrant, energetic streets of New York, to the classy, gloomy London, to Prague, California, Pennsylvania, Paris and all the places […]

May 12, 2014 | 65 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
Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness Review: Time travel gets confusing

Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness Review: Time travel gets confusing

I had high hopes for this book after hearing about all the interesting places Diana Bishop (witch and historian) and Matthew (her vampire husband) would visit using time travel. Unfortunately, what resulted in between the hefty 600 pages, was a lot of frustration, boredom, and just a general feeling of “make it stop”. The Discovery […]

October 20, 2012 | 0 Comments
Feed by Mira Grant Review: 20 years after the zombie apocalypse

Feed by Mira Grant Review: 20 years after the zombie apocalypse

There’s a certain comfort in the zombie genre because you know what to expect. The back story is pretty self-explanatory, a virus breaks out, people get infected, and a zombie apocalypse happens. What better reason to offer action and gore than with that simple explanation? Feed offers so much more than what the usual zombie novel entails. […]

September 22, 2012 | 5 Comments