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    Soul Storm – Kate Harrison

    ***Please note that this is the third in a trilogy. Whilst I have tried to refrain from spoiling any aspects of the story there may be some assumptions about the previous books that can be made from this review*** “Loneliness is worse than death.  It rots you from the inside out, making you disappear. I avoid mirrors, because I am afraid I will see a space where I should be. And when I accidentally catch a glimpse of my reflection in a window, I am surprised at how solid I look. How ‘normal’.” For a year now Alice has been visiting Soul Beach, a website where she can talk to, touch and…

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    Top 5 goodbyes – books (and films?) – #MurderOnTheBeach blog tour from Kate Harrison and James Dawson

    Thank you for stumbling across my blog #, today I have author Kate Harrison and James Dawson doing a joint blog tour for their books Soul Storm and Cruel Summer and they are talking about their top five goodbyes in books and films. Please bear in mind when reading that there may be a couple of small spoilers in the posts due to content of books and films containing goodbyes! Kate Harrison is the author of the fantastic Soul Beach series which started with Soul Beach in August 2011, Soul Fire which followed in 2012 and the newly released Soul Storm which concluded the trilogy to tremendous effect. This year, I’ve had…

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    Soul Fire – Kate Harrison

    ***Whilst I have taken great care not to spoil any of the story in this review please take note that this is book 2 of the Soul Beach series so therefore may contain spoilers for book 1.*** “Another Death is coming, I can feel it.  Maybe I gained a sixth sense when I decided I would be the last person to hold Meggie Forster. The last person to touch her skin. The last to brush her hair.  It wasn’t murder. I was protecting her from the others, the ones who wanted to exploit her face, her name, her soul.” Ever since Alice’s sister Meggie was murdered, she has been spending…

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    Soul Beach – Kate Harrison

    “The girl is dead, no doubt about it. That face, the one that launched a billion internet clicks, is flushed, as though she’s spent too long in the sun. Somehow, her skin still glows – one of the TV critics called her dewy – but that won’t last, of course.” When Alice receives an email from her sister she is stunned. The emaill arrives on the day of a funeral, a funeral of someone who’s been dead for four months, her sisters funeral. It must be some kind of sick joke, someone must have hacked Meggie’s emails. But then an email arrives inviting Alice to Soul Beach, an online community…