The Tormented Witch by J.C. Beckham | A fun read…but for me? It was really quite cringey

The Tormented Witch

I honestly don’t really want to write this review. I hate it when reviews aren’t good ones…but I’ve got to be honest. Plus it’s not ALL bad, so…yeah.

UGHHHH.

Let’s just get on with it.

spoiler free

Let’s talk about The Tormented Witch!

The Tormented Witch

Title: The Tormented Witch

Author: J.C. Beckham

Publisher: Solopreneur

Series Status: The 1st book in the Crowded Souls series

Genre: Young Adult, Supernatural/Fantasy

Number of Pages: Β 324

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Not Daring To Trust Anyone In The Creeper Man By Dawn Kurtagich

The creeper man

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How happy I am to finally be writing this review!

Ever since reading The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich, I’ve been obsessed. I talk about it all the time. If you have me on Twitter, you’ve probably seen.

So you can imagine how thrilled I was when Dawn offered to send me an ARC to review of her new book, The Creeper Man! πŸ˜€

Seriously, I ran downstairs and started jumping up and down practically screaming at my dad in incoherent nonsense.

So let’s talk about The Creeper Man!

(though maybe you don’t want to…talking about him can summon terrible things…DUN DUN DUNNNNN)

The Creeper Man

Title: The Creeper Man (UK) / And The Trees Crept In (US)

Author: Dawn Kurtagich

Publisher: Indigo/Orion (this edition)

Genre: Young Adult, Horror, Mystery

Series Status: Standalone

Number of Pages: Β 371

Release date: July 14th 2016 (UK)Β / September 6th 2016 (US)

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Paper Boats By Erndell Scott | This Is How Historical Fiction Should Be Done

Paper Boats

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This book came along to me at just the right time.

I’d just finished reading Anne Frank’s diary (review coming on Monday). I was in the mood for historical fiction. And then lo-and-behold, this book turned up for me to review.

How lucky is that? πŸ˜€

So let’s talk about Paper Boats!

Paper Boats

Title: Paper Boats

Author: Erndell Scott

Publisher:Β  Erich Scott Group, LLC

Series Status: Standalone

Number of Pages: Β 441

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New Worlds, Unique Gifts And…Studying At University? In Gifted By J.A. George

gifted

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So this weekend, I got my hands on this book and pretty much read it in two days. It’s a short book, so I knew I would, and instead of waiting another week or so to upload the review on my usual review day (Friday), here it is today.

Because it can’t be fair to keep it waiting for so long, right?

Plus by then I’ll probably have finished another book so…yeah. Extra review for this week!

I don’t know why I just rambled about all that. I think it’d be pretty clear that I finished another book if there’s another review πŸ˜€

Enough rambling. Let’s talk about Gifted!

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Title: Gifted

Author: Β J.A. George

Publisher:Β CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Series Status: The 1st book in The Hayven Series

Number Of Pages: Β 332

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May Wrap Up – Complete With Some Major Fangirl Moments

May wrap up

I know this is coming nearly a week into June. I was going to write it the weekend before and have it up early, but I knew I’d finish one last book in May after this would’ve been uploaded, so I delayed the wrap up a week to include it.

Anyway, the month of May seemed to drag out considerably for me. The books I read at the start of the month feel like a lifetime ago. But I’ve had a decent reading month, and a fair few fangirl moments towards the end of the month.

As always, this is going to be a long post, so get comfy and enjoy!

May

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May Book Haul – How Do You Manage To Accumulate Books Without Even Realizing?

may book haul

Well apparently it’s June.

May did actually drag for me. When I look back at these books, they all feel like I got them a lifetime ago. Well, apart from the last three, which I got a couple of days ago.

About that: The last three books I technically got on June 1st, BUT…I’m hoping not to buy any books in June so they’re being put into this book haul rather than be missed out.

And the title?

That’s because with this month dragging out so much for me, I managed to accumulate nine books in May without even realizing it. Probably because of a combination of me not buying all of them/ I’ve already read some of them/ and I got them over such a wide span…or so I thought.

So that’s enough rambling. Here’s the books!

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Going Through The Psychological Drama Of The Masterpiecers by Olivia Wildenstein

masterpiecers

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Another week, another book review!

This was actually a really unexpected read this week. Completely threw a spanner in the works when it came to my TBR for the month! But I don’t mind.

Basically, what happened was I received the review request for this book way back in February, saying that I could receive a paperback when they’re released in March. March came and went, and no book appeared, so I kind of just assumed it had been forgotten about. Bad to assume that, I know.

Well, last week a copy finally turned up! I don’t know whether it just took a really long time to be delivered or whether they were sent out later than I expected, but obviously I prioritise the books sent to me, so here we are today πŸ˜€

Let’s talk about The Masterpiecers!

The Masterpiecers

Title: The Masterpiecers

Author: Olivia Wildenstein

Publisher: Self Published

Series Status: The 1st book in a series

Number of Pages: Β 386

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