Review: Dracul by Dacre Stoker and J. D. Barker

Review: Dracul by Dacre Stoker and J. D. Barker

“Sometimes our deepest fears are the ones we keep closest to our hearts.”   At nearly 600 pages, one might be tempted to assume that Dracul is an effort to read, no matter how rewarding. Far from it, the pages fly by, each one packed with adventure, intrigue and...
Review: Wonderscape by Jennifer Bell

Review: Wonderscape by Jennifer Bell

When Arthur, Ren and Cecily investigate a mysterious explosion, they find themselves trapped in the year 2473. Lost in the Wonderscape, an epic in-reality adventure game, they must call on the help of some unlikely historical heroes to play their way home before times...
Review: Medina Book Club November ’19 – March ’20

Review: Medina Book Club November ’19 – March ’20

Stealing Roses by Heather Cooper “Isle of Wight author, Heather Cooper, uses Cowes as a backdrop for her fictional work which explores Victorian photography and the rights of women.” This book was largely enjoyed by the group, and its Isle of Wight setting...
Review: Normal People by Sally Rooney

Review: Normal People by Sally Rooney

“Connell and Marianne grow up in the same small town in the west of Ireland, but the similarities end there. In school, Connell is popular and well-liked, while Marianne is a loner. But when the two strike up a conversation – awkward but electrifying – something...
Review: The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates

Review: The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates

Freddie Yates is about to have a summer holiday he will never forget   Adventure of a lifetime Freddie Yates loves facts, but when he learns a fact about his own life he sets off on a secret mission to Wales with his two best friends in tow. Of course, things...
Review: Crescent City by Sarah J. Maas

Review: Crescent City by Sarah J. Maas

With unforgettable characters and page-turning suspense, Crescent City is the first in a brand new, richly inventive, fantasy series by #1 New York Times bestselling author Sarah J. Maas that delves into the heartache of loss, the price of freedom – and the power of...