Liz Currently Loves….Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith.

In Stalin’s Soviet Union, crime does not exist. But still millions live in fear. The mere suspicion of disloyalty to the State, the wrong word at the wrong time, can send an innocent person to his execution. Officer Leo Demidov, an idealistic war hero, believes he’s building a perfect society…. Continue reading

Happy Publication Day – Lucy Atkins and The Missing One.

So a very happy Publication Day to Lucy Atkins for “The Missing One” a book I was lucky enough to read early – review to follow but first I tracked Lucy down to ask her some questions and here is what she had to tell me. More information is available… Continue reading

WolfHound Century by Peter Higgins. An interesting Blend…

Thank you to the author and publisher for the review copy via netgalley. Investigator Vissarion Lom has been summoned to the capital in order to catch a terrorist — and ordered to report directly to the head of the secret police. A totalitarian state, worn down by an endless war,… Continue reading

Liz Currently Loves….The Key by Simon Toyne.

Hunted. Hounded. Haunted. She is the most important person in the world. She is The Key Journalist Liv Adamsen has escaped from the highly secretive Citadel at the heart of the ancient city of Ruin and now lies in isolation, staring at hospital walls as blank as her memory. Despite… Continue reading

Liz Currently Loves….The Wasteland Saga by Nick Cole.

Thank you to Kate at Harper Collins for randomly sending me this terrific book. Forty years after a devastating thermonuclear Armageddon, mankind has been reduced to salvaging the ruins of a broken world. In a style that’s part Hemingway and part Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, The Wasteland Saga chronicles the… Continue reading

The Half Life of Hannah/Other Halves by Nick Alexander.

I recently downloaded The Half Life of Hannah onto my wonderful Kindle and then was lucky enough to receive Other Halves as a review copy so I spent some of my recent holiday reading them back to back – if you have not yet read either of these novels I… Continue reading