Review: People Like Us by Louise Fein

I was sent a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Blurb: Leipzig, 1930s Germany. Hetty Heinrich is a perfect German child. Her father is an SS officer, her brother in the Luftwaffe, herself a member of the BDM. She believes resolutely in her country, and the man who runs it. Until … Continue reading Review: People Like Us by Louise Fein

Why You Should Read Once!

If you've been following the blog, or my social media, for a while, you'll probably know all about the intense love that I have for the Once series by Morris Gleitzman. These are books that I'll recommend to anyone without a moment's hesitation and will take any opportunity to talk about them (so here's me … Continue reading Why You Should Read Once!

Review: The Highland Falcon Thief by M. G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman

Blurb: All aboard! You're holding a ticket to an incredible new mystery adventure.Harrison Beck and his Uncle Nat are enjoying the final journey of the Highland Falcon, Britain's most famous steam train. But when a precious jewel goes missing, Harrison and his new friend Lenny find themselves at the centre of the investigation. Can they solve … Continue reading Review: The Highland Falcon Thief by M. G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman

Review: A Throne of Swans by Katharine and Elizabeth Corr

Blurb: When her father dies just before her eighteenth birthday, Aderyn inherits the role of Protector of Atratys, a dominion in a kingdom where nobles can transform into birds. Aderyn's ancestral bird is a swan. But she has not been able to transform for years, not since witnessing the death of her mother. Aderyn must venture … Continue reading Review: A Throne of Swans by Katharine and Elizabeth Corr