Graphite and Turbulence: The Elemental Artists #2 – Jami Fairleigh

Published By: KitsunePages: 436Released On: 01/03/2022 He will need courage, resilience, and a bit of magic – to survive fatherhood. Artist Matthew Sugiyama finally has a location to start his search for his birth family, but no one prepared him for the turbulence of a scowling, unhappy child. Not only is the depot far away,Continue reading “Graphite and Turbulence: The Elemental Artists #2 – Jami Fairleigh”

Psycho Hose Beast from Outer Space – C.D Gallant-King

Pages: 255Released On: 27/09/2020 Newfoundland, Canada, 1992. Gale Harbour hasn’t seen any excitement since the military abandoned the base there thirty years ago, unless you count the Tuesday night 2-for-1 video rentals at Jerry’s Video Shack. So, when a dead body turns up floating in the town water supply, all evidence seems to point toContinue reading “Psycho Hose Beast from Outer Space – C.D Gallant-King”

Here Lies – Olivia Clare Friedman

Published By: Grove PressPages: 208Released On: 22/03/2022 Louisiana, 2042. Spurred by the effects of climate change, states have closed graveyards and banned burials, making cremation mandatory and the ashes of loved ones state-owned unless otherwise claimed. In the small town of St. Genevieve, Alma lives alone and struggles to grieve in the wake of herContinue reading “Here Lies – Olivia Clare Friedman”

Impossible – Sarah Lotz

Published By: HarperCollinsPages: 400Released On: 17/03/2022 This is not a love story. This is impossible. ‘Sometimes love doesn’t come in the form you think it will.’ Nick: Failed writer. Failed husband. Dog owner. Bee: Serial dater. Dress maker. Pringles enthusiast. When fate brings them together over a misdirected email, the connection is instant. They feelContinue reading “Impossible – Sarah Lotz”

The Balloon Thief – Aneesa Marufu

Published By: Chicken HousePages: 438Released On: 03/03/2022 For Khadija, the only escape from her father’s arranged betrothal is the sky. When she spots a rogue hot air balloon fighting against its ropes, she leaps at the chance for adventure. Khadija soon finds an unlikely ally in a poor glassmaker’s apprentice, Jacob. But Jacob is aContinue reading “The Balloon Thief – Aneesa Marufu”

The Embroidered Book – Kate Heartfield

Published By: Harper CollinsPages: 672Released On: 17/02/2022 1768. Charlotte arrives in Naples to marry a man she has never met. Two years later, her sister Antoine is sent to France to marry another stranger. In the mirrored corridors of Versailles, they rename her Marie Antoinette. But the sisters are not powerless. When they were onlyContinue reading “The Embroidered Book – Kate Heartfield”

A River Enchanted – Rebecca Ross

Published By: HarperCollinsPages: 480Released On: 03/02/2022 Jack Tamerlaine hasn’t stepped foot on Cadence in ten long years, content to study music at the mainland university. But when young girls start disappearing from the isle, Jack is summoned home to help find them. Enchantments run deep on Cadence: gossip is carried by the wind, plaid shawlsContinue reading “A River Enchanted – Rebecca Ross”

Midnight in Everwood – M.A Kuzniar

Published By: HQPages: 339Released On: 28/10/2021 There’s nothing Marietta Stelle loves more than ballet, but after Christmas, her dreams will be over as she is obligated to take her place in Edwardian society. Whilst she is chafing against such suffocating traditions, a mysterious man purchased the neighbouring townhouse. Dr Drosselmeier is a charming but calculatingContinue reading “Midnight in Everwood – M.A Kuzniar”

The Hummingbird’s Tear – CM Kerley

Pages: 318Released On: 20/03/2020 In the high towers of Castle Kraner, the King has chosen to hide away, leaving his kingdom undefended, open to attack from men, monsters and magic users. His loyal son Prince Orren, despairing of his father’s wilful ignorance, is doing all he can to gather the men and women he believesContinue reading “The Hummingbird’s Tear – CM Kerley”

Piranesi – Susanna Clarke

Published by: BloomsburyPages: 245Released On: 02/09/2021 Piranesi’s house is no ordinary building: its rooms are infinite, its corridors endless, its walls are lined with thousands upon thousands of statues, each one different from all the others. Within the labyrinth of halls an ocean is imprisoned; waves thunder up staircases, rooms are flooded in an instant.Continue reading “Piranesi – Susanna Clarke”