Sunday 14 August 2016

The Next 40! #AugustReviews Hall of Fame: Part 4

 The next 40 reviews, posted from August 15-17

1.  Review a book on Amazon
2.  Tweet the link to the #AugustReviews hashtag.

It's lovely to see some new people joining in!  If you're not sure about any of this, please ask (preferably via Twitter @TerryTyler4, as I'm having trouble with my blog comments at the moment), or read my original post HERE.

Hall of Fame Part 1 HERE
Hall of Fame Part 2 HERE
Hall of Fame Part 3 HERE

Links to Amazon reviews written by you, not promotion for your own books, please.

Please do not tweet blog links to the hashtag 

Why (not)?
  • The purpose of this initiative is to get more readers posting reviews on Amazon.  If you post blog links, it might put off new reviewers and lead them to think you need a blog to review.  
  • If you use it for your own book promo, it will just end up as....yet another book promo hashtag.
  • Blog review links cause more work for me, as I have to go and seek out your review on Amazon!  

The Hall of Fame

Geoff West reviewed  
Chinese Whispers by Ray Green (thriller)
Joe and the Governor by Bill Cronin (psych drama/thriller)

Theresa Jacobs reviewed:
Brother's Keeper by Zane Dowling (fantasy adventure)
Dark Places by Paul Fairbairn (paranormal)
The Cardboard Spaceship by Matt Snee (Sci Fi adventure/humour)

Alexander Wallis reviewed Front of the Wilderness Generation by Jeremy Good (Historical mystery)

Judith Webster reviewed To Swim Beneath The Earth by Ginger Bensman (History/adventure/Incas)

Karina Clifford reviewed:
The Maloneys Magical Weatherbox by Nigel Quinlan (children)
Irregulars by Kevin McCarthy (historical thriller)
Prim Improper by Deirdre Sullivan (YA humour)
Primperfect by Deirdre Sullivan (YA humour)

Lizanne Lloyd reviewed You Wish by me! (Quirky contemporary drama)

Crystin Goodwin reviewed:
Girl Against the Universe by Paula Stokes – YA Contemporary
An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir – YA Dystopian
Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas – Regency Romance
Romancing Mister Bridgerton by Julia Quinn – Regency Romance
The Hero and the Crown by Robin McKinley – Fantasy (Middle Grade, I think?)
To Ride Pegasus by Anne McCaffrey – Science Fiction
Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz – Mystery/Thriller/Suspense

Rebekah Millet reviewed Snowflake Tiara by Angela Breidenbach and Valerie Comer (Two Christmas romance novellas)

Gerald Darnell reviewed The Dead Have Secrets by Owen Parr (thriller)

Mairead Hearne reviewed:
Late Summer in the Vineyard by Jo Thomas (chick lit)
Devastation Road by Jason Hewitt (post WW2 adventure)

Judith Barrow reviewed The Hog, The Shrew and the Hullabaloo by Julia Copus (children)

Jade St Clair reviewed Conjuror: Orion Chronicles by John Barrowman (YA Fantasy)

Robert Leigh reviewed Once Upon A Time In The City of Criminals by Mark Barry (utterly fabulous, edgy, contemporary crime/psychological drama!)

Blooming Brilliant Books reviewed Dear Mother by Angela Marsons (child abuse drama)

Noelle Grainger reviewed The Owl Goddess by Jenny Twist (YA mythological fantasy)
Cathy Ryan reviewed:
Need to Find You by Joseph Souza (action thriller)
The Dirigible King's Daughter by Alys West (steampunk)

Stacey (Whispering Stories) reviewed:
The Irish Inheritance by M J Lee (Mystery)
My Name Is Book by John Agard (education)
Marcia (Whispering Stories) reviewed
Let There Be Linda by Rich Leder (dark humour)

Dylan Morgan reviewed Blackwater by Alison Williams 
(17th Century witch hunts, novella ~ permanently FREE, btw, on UK & .com)
Breeds by Keith C Blackmore (horror)

Rosie Amber reviewed Wild Boys After Dark by Melissa Foster (erotic romance)

Mary W reviewed Tim and Pete by James Robert Baker (satire)

Ella Noel reviewed Brexecution by Joel Hames (Brexit thriller novella)

Wendy Unsworth reviewed:
Frankly Speaking by Don Massenzio (crime)
Dead Simple by Peter James (crime)






  1. Great to see some new faces here.

  2. Great list - I am going over to download a couple of books now!

  3. Just finished a review:

  4. It's on Amazon at: