Review: Siri, Who Am I? by Sam Tschida

eARC received from the publisher (Quirk Books) via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Waking from a coma following an accident, a millennial woman is advised she has short-term amnesia when she can’t remember almost anything about herself. Her limited items she was admitted with include a Chanel lipstick, her Prada dress and an iPhone with almost all traces of her identity wiped or missing. With no-one coming to find her, she has to use her social media presence to try and trace who she is and what happened to her.

July 2020 Reading Wrap Up

I thought July 2020 had been quite a slow reading month, but actually with the help of a number of audiobooks and titles I had started but not yet finished, it was a vast improvement on the likes of March, April and May.

Review: Fire & Heist by Sarah Beth Durst

Date Finished: January 14th 2019 Time taken to read: 8 days Rating: 3 stars Gold. Symbol Au Fire & Heist is a young adult fantasy story taking a look into the lives of wyverns (were-dragons) living amongst humans. Having been banished from their home land centuries ago, wyverns have settled on Earth fuelled by a…

Review: The Sea Witch by Sarah Henning

Time taken to read: 7 days Rating: 3 stars I received a free e-arc of this book from Netgalley, in return for an honest review. Image taken from Netgalley, as the e-arc did not come with a title image. The Sea Witch is an origins story for the antagonist in the famous The Little Mermaid…