Pet Sematary Book Review

Is Pet Sematary the darkest King novel? King himself thinks so. It’s been while since I published a book review, and that’s because I don’t have any time to read anymore. I’m getting married in 11 days, so reading has unfortunately taken a back seat, while table plans and favours are all I can think about. However, about two weeks ago I began Pet Sematary. It…

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Book Review: You Can Lead a Horse to Murder

NEW RELEASE….You Can Lead a Horse to Murder There’s a killer in Sanctuary, and the prime suspect is a horse. When spirited Ember Burns is led back home to open her own veterinary practice, her first client lands her in the middle of a mystery. It starts as a desire for Ember to clear her name, and turns into a personal entanglement in a rapidly…

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Book Review: The Secret History by Donna Tartt

So before you think it, I know, I’m about twenty years late on The Secret History. My dad came over the other day (who isn’t a big reader) and goes, Oh that’s a good book. If he’s read it, then I’m definitely behind. The first Donna Tartt novel I read was a few months ago. It was The Little Friend, a book that I’d picked…

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Book Review: Last Seen Alive by Claire Douglas

Blurb SHE CAN RUN Libby Hall needs to hide, to escape from everything for a while. Which is why the house swap is a godsend. The chance for Libby and her husband Jamie to exchange their tiny Bath flat for a beautiful haven on the wild Cornish coast. BUT SHE CAN’T HIDE But before they can begin to heal their fragile marriage, Libby makes some…

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Book review of The Stand, Stephen King

It’s Stephen King’s 70th birthday, so what better excuse to post a book review of The Stand, arguably his best book. This book review of The Stand will demonstrate why it is a must-read, and you’ll be promptly adding it to your Waterstones’ baskets by the time I’m done. It won’t contain any spoilers, for those King fans that haven’t yet attempted this piece of…

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