The Falconer

A few months ago, the lovely publishers over at Orion were kind enough to send me The Falconer trilogy by Elizabeth May. These books had been on my wish list for ages, and I finally got round to reading the first book last month (it was my favourite read of August!). Set in Scotland, following the life of a faerie assassin, this debut did not disappoint me at all. It was fantastic.

Broken Heart Club

If you've read this Q&A and seen this review, you'll know that Cathy Cassidy is one of my favourite children's authors, which is why I couldn't resist picking up a copy of Broken Heart Club to read after a particularly stressful day.

See How They Lie

Lately, I've been trying to get out of my comfort zone and read more young adult thrillers (if you read my blog regularly, or follow me on Instagram or. Twitter, you'll know I hardly ever read them). Last month, I read Lying About Last Summer by Sue Wallman, and this month I read another one of her books, See How They Lie.


After stumbling across the synopsis online, I just knew that I had to read Frostblood at some point in the year. When it was on sale as an e-book for less than half price, I took it as a sign (or, rather, an excuse) to buy it. 


Happy August everyone! How is it that time is going by so quickly? We're six days into the new month and I've already read three books, one of which was Golden by Jessi Kirby. 

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