#Blogoween, Book Reviews

The general theory of haunting ~ richard easter ☆ review

**Disclamer: I did received this book via NetGalley. This had in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it.** 

Here’s my first review of my October tbr, yay !! So, of course this totally not ended up as what I thought it would be – but actually not that bad either – just not something i’d qualify as a “real ghost story” (aka something that really happened to someone), but rather an act of fiction.

This book was published in December 2017 by Endeavour Media; I requested it via NetGalley in July 2018.

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When dimple met rishi ~ Sandhya Menon ☆ bilingual review

**Disclamer: I did received this book via NetGalley. This had in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it.**

**Avertissement: J’ai  reçu ce livre via NetGalley. Ceci n’a sous aucune forme affecté mon opinion de celui-ci**

Heey,

Yes, here’s my review of this book – finally ! So this was an arc I got back in June from NetGalley France; I’ve read it as « Quand Dimple rencontre rishi », the french version of the book which got published on April 4th by Hachette roman. Since this book have both languages’ versions out, i’m gonna give it a try and have this review bilingual – please let me know what you think in the comments!

Oui, voici finalement ma review de ce livre! Alors, j’ai eu l’arc du livre en juin dernier de NetGalley France; Je l’ai lit en tant que « Quand Dimple rencontre richi », la version française du livre qui a été publié le 4 avril par Hachette roman. Vu que ce livre a été publié dans mes deux langues, je vais m’essayer a avoir cette review bilingue – S’il vous plait me laisser savoir ce que vous en pensez dans les commentaires !

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Angels can’t swim ~ Alexandra McCann ☆ review

**Disclaimer: I have received a copy of this book from the author for review purpose. This has in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it**

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“Angels can’t swim” is a book written trying to end the stigma against mental health, especially eating disorders, and sexuality in the context of College swimmers.

Upon being approached to review this book, I got attracted around the mental health present in this book. Though the book is around swimmers, it is less about the sport that it is about finding yourself and figuring what your voice is and who you wanna be.

Suited for readers from YA & up.

This novella was published in June 2018 through KDP. 

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Blog tour || In servitude ~ Heleen Kist ☆ review

** Disclaimer: I have received a copy of this book from the author for review purpose. This has in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it **

I am so excited today to have this review as part of my first blog tour with Digital reads blog tour hosted by Shalini @ Books, reviews et al for this psychologic suspense thriller named In Servitude by Heleen Kist. I’ve included the blog tour’s date if you are interrested aswell !

Published by Pollok Glen publishing; pre-purchase was available from August 17th and the release date was August 31st.

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The sea was a fair master ~ Calvin Demmer ☆ review

** Disclaimer: I have received a copy of this book from the author for review purpose. This has in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it **

My second short story collection i’ve read, which contains 23 stories of fiction – Mixing genres of fantasy, sci-fi, horror and crime. The topic of thoses stories also get mixed; murder, dead and loss, revenge, greed, hate, hope, survival and love.

currently available on amazon

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Ghostheart ~ R.J. Ellory ☆ DNF review

** Disclamer: I did received this book via NetGalley. This had in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it. **

read in french as “Les fantomes de Manhattan”, via NetGalley france, as that translated copy was to be published on June 7th, 2018; the original one has been out since 2004.

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The unexpected inlander ~ Kellyn Thompson ☆ review

** Disclaimer: I have received a copy of this book from the author for review purpose. This has in no way, shape or form affected my opinion on it **

This book is my first Sci-fi read, though said to not be too hardcore sci-fi; so in other words perfect for me. This novel is more suited for adults as the characters are in their mid-twenties, but there’s no erotica or graphic sex scene ; Though some slight descriptions of murder as our main character is an assasin. However, the author said it’s nothing more heavy then Call of Duty games like would be. Includes a unconventional love story where one go onto a journey of discovering and overcoming internal Bias.

Publishing date; Newly revamped and republished on May 9th 2018. Published via KDP and currently available on Amazon. 

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