A Throne of Swans – Katharine & Elizabeth Corr

I’m always a bit wary of book titles starting with “a throne of” these days. I’m always expecting a bland imitation of the ever-popular throne of glass series… boy was I proved wrong!

Smoke in the Sun – Renée Ahdieh*

A change of pace from the first book with a very satisfying end to the duology even if I was left wanting more.

The Quiet at the End of the World – Lauren James

A very apt read during lockdown with plenty of twists to thought-provoking cultural references to keep things interesting.

Stepsister – Jennifer Donnelly*

A retelling with a twist, what happens after happily ever after with some “strong girl” feminism thrown in.

Let Me Lie – Clare Mackintosh*

A book full of twists and turns that even for a seasoned reader of similar novels will enjoy as it will keep you guessing until the very end.

The Extinction Trials – Exile – S.M. Wilson

A suspense filled riot of a book full of dinosaurs which will keep you happy until book 3.

Catwoman: Soulstealer – Sarah J. Maas

Not for DC fans but if you’re a die hard Sarah J Maas fan you’ll properly love it.

A Court of Frost and Starlight – Sarah J. Maas

A have a BIG problem with this book, HUGE in fact. The whole thing feels like a massive money-making scheme on the part of Sarah J. Maas and the publishers.