Titans: Worth A Shot

The last few years have been pretty saturated by superhero fare. I’m a sucker for the epic adventure with life or death stakes story, so the superhero thing does fill that particular void.  However, with twenty bajillion movies and Netflix series, it is starting to get a bit stale. How many cataclysmic, potentially world ending…

Book Review: Takedown Twenty

I got my hands on the latest Janet Evanovich book, Takedown Twenty. While I haven’t enjoyed the last couple of books in the Stephanie Plum series, I do still have a soft spot for them as these were the books that got me into the bumbling female mystery solver style of book. So I bought…

Book Review: Orpheus Lost

Here’s another one I had to read for my English degree. You wouldn’t know I almost qualify for one by the amount of spelling and grammatical errors in some of my posts, but that’s what happens when you usually write after an exhausting 12 hour day with a screaming toddler hanging off you refusing to…

I, Spy? by Kate Johnson: Review

Where to start on this book review? I’ve been wanting to review this one for ages and I even re-read it with the intention of reviewing it while it was fresh in my mind, but guess what? That was about 6 weeks ago. I got busy. I, Spy? centres around Sophie Green, a twenty-something Brit…

Now Reading: Cocaine Blues by Kerry Greenwood

I am about to embark on reading Cocaine Blues, by Australian author Kerry Greenwood.* Cocaine Blues is the first book in the Phryne Fisher mystery series, set in Melbourne at the end of the 1920s. I’ve read Greenwood’s other books, her Corinna Chapman Earthly Delights series which I enjoyed for numerous reasons: This series is…