*BLOG TOUR* The House Mate – Nina Manning ★★★★

Blurb; The perfect life? …Or the perfect lie?

When Regi moves into her new houseshare, she’s ready for a clean slate. A new home. A new routine. A new identity…

Desperate to escape the shadow of her past that follows her everywhere she goes, Regi finds the ideal distraction in the perfect lives of others on social media.

But as innocent scrolling turns into an unhealthy obsession, Regi will soon learn that seeking perfection comes at a price…

My Review; Straight away I was intrigued and hooked! The story focuses on Regi who is the eldest of her housemates attending uni! She has a form of OCD and something from her past is haunting her… But what?

It’s a bit of a wierd story for me because it flicks between the present and her past. But I didn’t expect the outcome that happened at all, the thing that was haunting her I thought it was far worse than it was. For me it was more of a mystery than thriller… A really good read, I did enjoy it. I was just trying to figure Regi out for most of the story! Different. Unique. Brilliantly written. Page turner and a lovely ending. Highly recommend. A well deserved four stars from me.

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A little message.. Please read.

I thought I should put up a little post because I have been struggling with my reading a lot lately. I’ve tried my best with my tours ive committed too. But im struggling. So if I ask for a content/extract please don’t think im an idiot or one of those bloggers. I’m having a hard time trying to keep ontop of life, school and covid situation. My mind just cant focus on ANYTHING at the moment except kids and normal life… Surviving basically. I am so sorry. But I will not give up trying with books. They have been my escape for sooo soo long and I cannot lose that. I won’t. I refuse. So please bare with me. Thank you. ❤ – Between the pages book club.


Top Twenty Reads of 2019 📚🎉

It’s been a brilliant year for books! I would like to thank all publishers and blog tour organisers for allowing me to take part in their tours and authors asking me to review their books. I managed to read 159 books this year so this was tough to wittle down to twenty but nevertheless, here it is… In no particular order I present my top twenty reads of 2019.

1) Spare Room – Dreda Say Mitchell.

2) Inborn – Thomas Enger.

3) The Librarian of Auschwitz – Antonio Iturbe.

4) The Passengers – John Marrs.

5) The Lido – Libby Page.

6) Furyborn – Claire Legrand.

7) Kingsbane – Claire Legrand.

8) A Good Girls Guide to Murder – Holly Jackson.

9) The Wild Book – Juan Villoro.

10) Viper – Bex Hogan.

11) The Wicked Deep – Shea Ernshaw.

12) Crazy House – James Patterson & Gabrielle Charbonnet.

13) Moonrise – Sarah Crossan.

14) S.T.A.G.S – M.A. Bennett.

15) Here To Stay – Mark Edwards.

16) Nothing Important Happened Today – Will Carver.

17) Elevator Pitch – Linwood Barclay.

18) Call Me Star Girl – Louise Beech.

19) Winterwood – Shea Ernshaw.

20) Beast – Matt Wesolowski.

If you made it this far thank you. I’m happy with my choices and this gives me a good look back over the year. I aim to read more next year and I know I am going to find more adventures to love, my pre order list is huge. I would like to wish you all the best for 2020, have a happy new year. See you on the other side. 📚❤🎉