The House of Hidden Wonders by Sharon Gosling

The House of hidden wonders Sharon gosling

Sharon Gosling has done something incredibly special in this book returning to the Victorian era so much earlier than her wonderful The Golden Butterfly novel this time we go to the late 1870s with a wonderful tale blazing with female empowerment and voices. it is a book that I thoroughly and heartily recommend for fans of … Continue reading The House of Hidden Wonders by Sharon Gosling

Dark Whispers: A Brightstorm Adventure- Vashti Hardy

DarkWhispers Vashti Hardy Brightstorm 2

In Dark Whispers the Brightstorms’ journey is growing hotter with the weather & secret plans.  Vashti Hardy has this time chartered a thrilling journey to tropical climes with a thrilling adventure filled with secrets, lies and the edge of the world. The return to the world of the Brightstorm twins feels deeper and darker this … Continue reading Dark Whispers: A Brightstorm Adventure- Vashti Hardy

Potkin and Stubbs 3: Ghostcatcher- Sophie Green illustrations by Karl J Mountford

Potkin and Stubbs Ghostcatcher Sophie Green

Potkin and Stubbs has come to an end, it feels like too soon for I have loved this series so much but each part of the trilogy is utter perfection no more no less bringing us to an ending that is so very brilliant.  This book takes a perilous turn as Ned is on the … Continue reading Potkin and Stubbs 3: Ghostcatcher- Sophie Green illustrations by Karl J Mountford

Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valour – Ally Carter

This book where Little Orphan Annie meets the Superhero universe is a book that makes me feel like a little kid again. I've always enjoyed superhero films and this is the perfect middle grade novel that draws on both that genre and Ally Carter's experience writing the YA Gallagher Girls spycraft and teenagers series. Imagine … Continue reading Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valour – Ally Carter

Agent Zaiba Investigates: The Missing Diamonds By Annabelle Sami illus. Daniela Sosa

Agent Zaiba Investigates is a fantastically fun and uplifting detective mystery story, an exciting and bright read for readers aged 8 and up, whilst accessible for younger children with a strong reading ability who are looking for slightly more challenge and stamina building. The bonus is there are illustrations throughout in black and white too … Continue reading Agent Zaiba Investigates: The Missing Diamonds By Annabelle Sami illus. Daniela Sosa