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Set in 1845 Yorkshire, The Vanished Bride tells a fictional tale about the very real and fascinating, Brontë sisters. It is easy to see that the novel was penned by a true Brontë lover, as the author's adoration for the sisters is beautifully obvious on every page. Bella Ellis brings The Brontë Sisters back to … Continue reading The Vanished Bride by Bella Ellis Book Review
**Spoiler Alert** I have always loved subscription boxes. The excitement of receiving a little present to myself in the post each month helps me get through the working weeks. When I was younger I tried lots of different beauty boxes and loved receiving little goodies that I might not usually pick up myself. So this … Continue reading The Bookishly Classic Book Crate Review
A book set in Lancashire, written by a Lancastrian and reviewed by a Lancastrian. Title: The Familiars Author: Stacey Halls Publisher: Zaffre Date Published: 2019 Date Written: 2018 Length: (hardback) 420 pages ISBN: (hardback) 978-1-78576-611-4 Genre: Historical Fiction The Familiars by Stacey Halls made a special connection with me. The book is set in Lancashire … Continue reading Book Review: The Familiars by Stacey Halls
I picked up The Torrents of Spring by mistake in my local bookshop. It is quite an old edition, with a beautiful cover, illustrations inside, and kept in a protective sleeve and upon the first view, I thought it was The Torrents of Spring by Ernest Hemingway. I quickly realised that I was wrong when … Continue reading The Torrents of Spring by Ivan Turgenev Review
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I wanted to read something a little different to what I normally read but along the lines of what I am trying to write myself. I remembered seeing one of the books from the series Brooklyn Girls in a library and thought I would give them a go. There are three books in the Brooklyn … Continue reading Brooklyn Girls Pia by Gemma Burgess Review