The adventure with Aoleon and Gilbert continues. Find out how I enjoyed the fourth book in Brent’s series!
After reading the synopsis of this book and seeing the cover there was no way I could say no to reviewing it. Not going to lie, for some inexplicable reason, the sentence “family secrets pop up like weeds in the azaleas” made me burst out laughing… Find out if I enjoyed this novel or if I thought the synopsis was the best part!
If you are looking for a very well written and interesting book, then I highly suggest you check out Jane Shemilt’s novel The Daughter. As the Daily Mail (UK) says, “Beautifully crafted… A tautly coiled spring of suspicion and suspense which builds to a devastating ending”. Find out my thoughts on The Daughter…
Part 3 just got even better… find out what I thought of this book.
The story continues… find out what I thought of Part 2 of Aoleon The Martian Girl!
“A stunning novel of one woman’s attempt to outrun her destiny that is predicted for her, a destiny that pursues her as she moves from a remote New Zealand commune in the waning days of 1970’s free-love experimentation to the heady music scene of 1980s London” (quote from the back of the book). Find out what I thought of this book by Bianca Zander.
“Things You’ve Inherited From Your Mother rocks- like a small boat on an ocean of discontent. Hollie Adams’ debut is inventive, authentic, energetic and so funny I nearly peed myself!” – Cassie Stocks, author of Dance, Gladys, Dance
Find out, what I thought of Things You’ve Inherited From Your Mother!
Lately I have become more interested in children’s and middle grade books. Most of them are a lot of fun and are something good to read between the heavy books of War & Peace and Brother’s Karamazov (not that I have finished either of those two books, but you get my drift!). When I was offered the opportunity to read and review Aoleon The Martian Girl, I decided to jump at the opportunity.