My Week In Books (w/e 16th Feb) #BookNews #BookUpdates #MeAndMyBooks

Well it has been a tad breezy again! I hope you are all alright and still have your roof tiles where they are supposed to be. We have had quite a bit of bashing from the wind and had a whole lotta rain but suffered no effects. I think it was a couple of weeks ago that I replied to a comment saying how I love the randomness of weather in February!!!! Now however I am fed up of being buffeted around.

So what have I read this week…

This time last week I was only just about to start City of Secrets by Misha Herwin and you can read my full review HERE. A brilliant read that I thoroughly enjoyed and left me eager to read the next book. Ideal for Young Readers as well as Adult Readers.


I have now read a few books by this author and so when I saw the invite for the upcoming Blog Tour for A Springtime To Remember by Lucy Coleman I was eager to take part. This book had a slightly different feel to it, there was still all the elements that I love her books but this also had a little more history and info about the setting, the setting btw is the gardens at the Palace of Versailles. Another excellent read and keep an eye out for my review.


“OMG!” and “WOW!” followed by “How the hell am I going to do justice to a review” for Death Unleashed by Steve McHugh as I finished this amazing book. This is the latest in the Rebellion Chronicles and continues on from Sorcery Reborn. I am a big fan of this authors books and I am always delighted to take part in the Blog Tours for his books. This author weaves a fabulous fantasy series that draws together characters from history, legend and mythology and adds a modern day setting. Brilliant series and Awesome book. Full review as part of the Blog Tour.


🔊What I am Listening to 🔊

I am loving this and am a good way through it already it sticks to the book and has a great cast. It is a dramatisation and I do love this style of audio-book.


📚What I’m reading next📚

Having read the first book in this series City of Secrets I was eager to see what happens next to Letty Parker and so my next read will be Bridge of Lies by Misha Herwin. Here is the synopsis…

Letty Parker and Associates Detective Agency is finally in business. Before they can take on their first case, Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s famous suspension bridge is blown up. Letty decides to investigate but getting hired is not as easy as she thought, especially when the Dark Ones have their own plans for her.
Then there is Ma Pountney and her witches, plus The Bear and his gang of villains each determined to stand in Letty’s way. Nothing goes right and one by one Letty’s friends desert her. Even in a city, crowded with folk arriving for the Balloon Festival, Letty finds herself alone.
“Bridge of Lies” is the second book in the Adventures of Letty Parker. 


Right then, thats me done for another week.

Keep safe and Happy Reading

Yvonne xx

6 thoughts on “My Week In Books (w/e 16th Feb) #BookNews #BookUpdates #MeAndMyBooks

  1. I don’t tend to listen to audio books — although once when a friend loaned me one, I listened while ironing. Treasure Island with four narrators sounds interesting, though.

    Meanwhile, I read your full review of City of Secrets (and left a comment). Sounds like a terrific book.

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    • Thanks Elizabeth for commenting. I get on better with the dramatised audiobooks for general listening while I am pottering around, although for long car journeys I find actual stories are better.
      Bridge of Lies was great and I have jsut finished it and Misha has a new one coming out at the end of the month and I’m really looking forwardf to that xx

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