• Book Review,  Reviews

    Memory – Christoph Marzi

    “The nameless girl lost her history in the hour before midnight. But that dark, glassy night seemed to be the start of everything. Silence lay like a mist over a landscape that appeared to consist of nothing but shadows and silhouettes. One feeble street light illuminated that forsaken corner which was no place for a girl at that time of night.” When Jude seems the girl sat on the bench he knows something isn’t right, first of all she doesn’t respond when he calls out to her, then screams as if she’s been woken up when he touches her and finally, she cannot remember anything. Jude is used to seeing…

  • Book Review,  Reviews

    Fathomless – Jackson Pearce

    “There are lights at the surface.  Lights so unlike the sun, that can’t reach down into the depths of the ocean. Lights we can see only when we look outside the water. She turned the thought over and over in her mind, imagining the lights as best she could until she had to ask her sisters for help again. ‘What about the carnival? Are the lights on the rides? What are the rides?’ she asked one of the oldest, who just turned away – that sister rarely spoke any more” Celia is a harborer of memories. She can see into a persons past just by simple touching the. For her…

  • Letterbox Love

    Letterbox Love (#47)

    Welcome to Letterbox Love, this is a UK meme, hosted by the lovely Lynsey at Narratively Speaking and inspired by The Story Siren’s In My Mailbox. This post is a means by which to highlight the books we get in the post and beyond, and especially to bring attention to those books which may be sat on our shelves for a little while yet that we love all the same. For Review:  Memory: She’s Dying to Remember – Christoph Marzi This one was sent through by Hodder Chidlren’s Books and sounds fantastic. I love a good ghost story so it should be right up my street! Thanks Hodder!  Goblin Secrets – William…