What did you read this month?
In a world where humans live on machine worlds, everything is falling apart. People are running out of supplies and a deadly war is brewing.
It’s my favourite time of the year, no not Christmas, but the annual Lifeline Bookfest!
Abigail Rook is looking for an adventure, she didn’t expect to find one involving murders, paranormal creatures, and a highly strange detective, but it’ll do.
The premise is amazing and intriguing, something that sounds super fast paced and fun. But, in reality, this book was just dull and cliché.
Let’s offically finish up the year with my last wrap up of 2018.
It makes you think, feel, and realise.
It’s officially the end of 2018! (what???)
It’s that time of the year, no not Christmas, or New Years. But, the time of year where I hate on books and feel way to happy about it.
We’ve all heard the tales of children who go through mysterious doorways into magical worlds. But what happens when they come back to reality?