Drama

The Garden of Lost Memories by Ruby Hummingbird

If someone had even brought up the topic of how many variations of an old woman and an unlikely child who brings her happiness could successfully be written, I would have said one or two. With this book, I realise I may have been off in my estimations. This not the first of its type… Continue reading The Garden of Lost Memories by Ruby Hummingbird

Thriller

Open Carry and Stone Cross by Marc Cameron

I have had this on my virtual shelf for over a year. I finally read it when I saw that it had a second book releasing in March. This may seem an odd thing to do when I did not actually manage to sit and read the first one quickly. The fact of the matter… Continue reading Open Carry and Stone Cross by Marc Cameron

Sci Fi

The Confessions of Jonathan Flite and the Release of Jonathan Flite by Matthew J. Beier

This is the oldest book on my NetGalley list, and I finally got around to reading it. The strange fact is not how long it took for me to get to this and read it thoroughly but that the deeper I got into the story. It went from a book I almost gave up on… Continue reading The Confessions of Jonathan Flite and the Release of Jonathan Flite by Matthew J. Beier

Thriller

Don’t Look Down (Shadows of New York #2) by Hilary Davidson

The situation outside is not really very good, and although we in HK have been in the precautionary state since mid-Jan, recently we have seen a tremendous surge of cases. A massive chunk of these are people who have come 'back' from other countries currently suffering a more significant number of cases, and they seem… Continue reading Don’t Look Down (Shadows of New York #2) by Hilary Davidson