BOOK REVIEW – To Let by Carla Kovach

What should have been a compelling read was spoiled for me by the multitude of spelling, grammatical and syntax errors! The lack of visible editing made this book very challenging for me to finish. That said, the idea is good, although not very well implemented. I guessed the ‘who’ and the ‘why’ about halfway through, … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – To Let by Carla Kovach

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Book Review – The Memory Box by Eva Lesko Natiello

This book starts off with such promise, excitement and suspense, but then quickly deteriorates into the most ridiculous, improbable story I’ve read in a long time. If you can suspend belief for the duration of this book, then you’ll be ok; if not, then I suggest you don’t start it in the first place! Caroline … Continue reading Book Review – The Memory Box by Eva Lesko Natiello

BOOK REVIEW – Gateway of India by Ken Doyle

There are books about heroes and heroines overcoming all odds in missions to save themselves, their families, even the entire human race! And then there are books like this one, with everyday people going about their business and simply trying to do their best to help whoever may cross their paths. Honestly, I prefer the … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – Gateway of India by Ken Doyle

BOOK REVIEW – Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult

A new Jodi Picoult book always causes a stir amongst book lovers, especially her stalwart fans.  I haven’t read all of her books, but I’ve read enough to know that she specialises in that ‘punch in the solar-plexus, OMG, A-ha moment’ right at the end of her novels.  ‘Leaving Time’ is no different! Picoult’s approach … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult