Friday 26 August 2016

#AugustReviews ~ Hall of Fame Part 6

If everyone who read this posted one book review on Amazon....

The next 45 reviews, posted from August 23-26

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

No own book promotion or blog reviews, please.

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
Hall of Fame Part 4 HERE
Hall of Fame Part 5 HERE

Tom Williams reviewed:
Coming Up Next by Penny Smith (romcom)
Past Encounters by Davina Blake (WW2/1950s drama)

Cassie reviewed:
Dog Bone Soup by Bette Stevens (1950s/60s US drama)
Local Girl Missing by Claire Douglas (thriller)

I reviewed Bedsit Three by Sally Jenkins (dark contemporary drama/thriller)
Flossie Benton reviewed Till Life Do Us Part by Carmen Stefanescu (Paranormal)

Sandra Danby reviewed:
Agatha Raisin and the Vicious Vet by M C Beaton (cosy mystery)
Barkskins by Annie Proulx (Literary Fiction: how North Americans plundered the forests)
Little Boy Blue by M J Arlidge (Crime thriller)
Yuki Chan in Bronte Country by Mick Jackson (emotional 'road' novel)
Carmen Stefanescu reviewed:
The Way We Live Now by Anthony Trollope (classic drama)
Wake-Robin Ridge by Marcia Meara (Romantic Suspense/Supernatural)

Maria Savva reviewed:
Terra Exitus by Scott M Liddell (psychological drama)
Signal Failure by David Wailing (horror)
Val Poore reviewed:
Frogs and Frigate Birds by Jo Carroll (Travel memoir - Ecuador)
Ahoy for Joy by Keith Reilly (Ireland/inspirational drama)

John W Howell reviewed Crossing Bedlam by Charles Yallowitz (Post apocayptic humour)

Barb Taub reviewed:
Chasing Symmetry by Tempeste Blake (Mystery)
Argenterra by Donna Maree Hansen (YA Fantasy)

Stacey, Rebecca, Clive and Marcia (Whispering Stories) reviewed:
Eva and the Monster who Stole all the Hugs by Eva Cooper (children)
The Pied Piper of Hamlin by Micharl Morpurgo (children)
Anya and the Secrets of Cupola by N A Caudron (children)
Driving Miss Crazy by D J Van Oss (romcom)
Let There Be Linda by Rich Leder (dark comedy)
Oswald: Return of the King by Edoardo Albert (history)
Girl Out of Water by Nat Luurtsema (humour, love, sports)
Treasure Trove  by Alistair Lavers (contemporary fiction)
Mairead Hearne reviewed:
The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins (thriller)
Lie In Wait by G J Minett (thriller)

Craftypuss reviewed Diamonds and Dust by Carol Hedges (Victorian Murder Mystery)

Wendy Unsworth reviewed The Wicked Girls by Alex Marwood (Crime thriller)

Lizzie Lamb reviewed The Gypsy's Son by Theresa Le Flem (Cornish romance/family drama)

Olga NM reviewed:
Mirror Image by Michael Scott and Melanie Ruth Rose (SciFi/Fantasy)
The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen, 83 and a 1/4 years old (humorous/poignant contemporary drama, translated from Dutch
Blooming Brilliant Books reviewed Good Girl Bad Girl by Ann Girdharry (psych thriller/female sleuth)

The Happy Meerkat reviewed:
Doing Germany by Agnieska Paletta (comedy travel memoir)
Bigfoot Trails: Pacific North West by S A Jeffers (children's activity)

Norah Colvin reviewed Best Seller by me! (novella about three writers ~ dark drama)

J E Cable reviewed Orkney ~ A Historical Guide by Caroline Wickham Jones
(clue's in the name) 

Elizabeth Ducie reviewed Looking Forward by Marcia Willett (a 'tea and crumpets' type book!)

Anne Goodwin reviewed The Forgotten and the Fantastical: Modern Fables and Ancient Tales  edited by Teika Bellamy (short stories)

Mary Smith reviewed
Kings and Queens by me (contemporary family saga, a re-telling of the story of Henry VIII and his six wives)
The Nifi by Linda Fagioli-Katsiotas (emotional family drama)
A boy named Rabbit by Marcia Meara (paranormal)

Carol Thomas reviewed Who's That Girl by Mhari McFarlane (chick lit)



1 comment:

  1. What a great list of reviews! Oddly enough, I am reading a Marcia Willett book at the moment, but in Dutch. It feels strange reading about a such quintissentially English environment in another language, but I'm enjoying it very much. I shall need to follow some of these up now!