In the second part of The Hanging Tree, everything is coming together much more quickly than I’m used to with this series – and I like it! Of dubious bonus value is the Beatles earworm (see the title) I’ve had all week, though naturally that isn’t stopping me from sharing it with all of you. […]
In the first part of The Hanging Tree, I’m having flashbacks to less sensible times. Oh yeah, and I WAS NOT READY FOR CHAPTER FOUR. Spoilers for chapters 1 to 4 below.
In the fourth and final part of Foxglove Summer, I get several surprises in a row, and fall completely in love with a certain secondary character. Spoiler alert!
Well hello there, September, you lovely thing. I’m ready for you. Bring me turning leaves and my favourite weather and cinnamon-flavoured things. While I wait for those, here’s what August brought with it.
In the third part of Foxglove Summer, the plot just keeps getting thicker. WHERE TO EVEN START WITH ALL THIS. Spoiler alert!
In the second part of Foxglove Summer, nothing is what I expected! WHAT IS GOING ON HERE. Spoilers follow for chapters 5-8.
In the first part of Foxglove Summer, PC Grant is out of his comfort zone – but is he out of his depth? Signs point to … Maybe? This review will cover chapters 1-4 of the book, with spoilers.
In the fourth and final part of Broken Homes … See above, really. Spoiler alert.
Oh hey, August. You’re looking nice. Only, maybe don’t shove July out of your way like that. It’s rude. What have I been doing? Well…
In the third part of Broken Homes, I was starting to get restless until Shit Happened. This review covers chapters 11 to 15, with spoilers.