I Know What I Saw

By Imran Mahmood. Spoilers!! Described as a psychological thriller, the storyline delicately covers mental health, homelessness and childhood trauma that makes up a man named Xander Shute, who was once successful and affluent and now a homeless person living on the streets of London. On the very first page, we are introduced to Xander Shute […]

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The Cove

by Alice Clark-Platts Imagine an escape room style atmosphere set in a secluded island and with two expat couples who don’t know each other that well, spending a long weekend together. Each chapter is titled after the four main characters (the expat couples), indicating to the readers whose turn it is for POV moment. Those […]

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The Man In The Bunker

By Rory Clements A speculative fiction that simmers with suspense and brooding mystery will be a treat to anyone who enjoys historical fiction of post-world war nature. Though it does not present a unique concept for a storyline, it offers to rejuvenate a tired concept and turning it into an indulgent page turning adventure. The […]

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The Cat Who Saved Books

 By Sosuke Natsukawa SPOILERS Sorry folks, I have to discuss this book at some length, and this will mean some spoilers will be shared. It begins with a teenage boy called Rintaro, who is dealing with the death of his grandfather. In the second page, we get a glimpse of Rintaro’s personality when he says […]

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