Review: The Art of Keeping Secrets by Rachael Johns

When it comes to home grown women’s fiction – Rachael Johns is an author you don’t want to miss. She writes wonderful stories with a local flavour which are relatable, interesting and have some incredible characters. The Art of Keeping Secrets is a novel about three mums and the secrets which threaten to tear their lives apart. …

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Review: Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers

Assassin’s Heart is one book with a truly interesting concept. Families of assassins who see their work as the ultimate way to worship their goddess of death and resurrection. Oleander Saldana, the daughter of the most prominent Family in Lovero, goes on a mission of revenge when her entire family is taken out in single blow. With …

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Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Every now and then I come across a novel that takes me forever to read. Not because I’m not enjoying it but rather the opposite – it’s because I’m having so much fun that I try to draw the story out as long as I possibly can. This book took me two weeks to read… …

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