1. Ragdoll by Daniel Cole ★★★★☆
A gripping serial killer thriller – Full Review
2. Insanity by Cameron Jace (Insanity #2) ★★☆☆☆
A disappointing Alice in Wonderland inspire novel – Full Review
3. The End of the World Running Club by Adrian J Walker ★★★★☆
A novel set in post apocalyptic Britain, we follow Ed as he runs from Scotland to the South coast in search of his family. Great is you’re a fan of The Walking Dead (without the Zombies!) – Full review
4. See You in the Cosmos by Jack Cheng ★★★★☆
A heart warming novel of a young boy – Full Review
5. Day 21 by Kass Morgan (The Hundred #2) ★★★☆☆
This was a definite improvement on the first novel, although they could have definitely been merged into one book. It was a fun read, but I’m not sure if I’ll continue with the series.
6. Where There’s Smoke by Jodie Picoult ★★★☆☆
I picked this up as a sampler of Jodi Picoult’s writing. It was an interesting read and I liked her writing style. I’ll be keeping my eye out for one of her full length novels to pick up.
7. Winter by Marissa Meyer (The Lunar Chronicles #4) ★★★★☆
A great ending to the story and my favourite in the series – Full review
8. The Marble Collector by Cecelia Ahern ★★★☆☆
A look at a woman discovering a side to her father which she never knew, this was a unique read – Full review
9. This Savage Song by V.E. Schwab (Monsters of Verity #1) ★★★★☆
A really interesting fantasy, set in a city where a terrible act creates a literal monster – Full review
10. Full Moonlight by Vincent Zandri (A Richard “Dick” Moonlight Novella) ★★★☆☆
This novella felt very much like a taster to entice the reader into the full series (which it likely exactly what it was intended for). But for me, I just didn’t get anything from it. There was nothing wrong with it, but it was distinctly OK.