#EmptyShelf2018: June Reads

So in June I read the following: The Cancer Survivor’s Companion: Practical Ways to Cope with Your Feelings After Cancer by Frances Goodhart My rating: 5 of 5 stars I’m wavering between 4-5 for this book – I can’t think what I’d do differently, but also didn’t underline loads of stuff! The general feeling that […]

#EmptyShelf17 #27 Hidden by Catherine McKenzie

Hidden by Catherine McKenzie My rating: 3 of 5 stars I found this book quite frustrating to read as the narrative bounced from character to character and across time zones, although the concept was intriguing enough to keep me reading. I still felt there were questions unresolved at the end of book, which is maybe […]

#EmptyShelf17 #17 Rooks at Dusk by Chick Yuill (@instantapostle )

Rooks at Dusk: On the Other Side of Despair, What Is Left to Believe In? by Chick Yuill My rating: 5 of 5 stars I’m always a little wary about ‘Christian fiction’ when it can feel a bit like Jesus is shoe-horned in in a way that makes no sense! This is not the case […]

#EmptyShelf17 #1: Ink by @alicecrumbs

Ink, the first of a trilogy, is set in a world where every significant thing you do, whether good or bad, is tattooed on your skin for everyone to see. There are no secrets. When you die, if you are deemed worthy, your tattoos are made into a book and so you can live on […]