Today is the last day of Horror Month and can you believe how fast it went?! A BIG thank you to all the publishers, authors and bloggers who got involved and helped me make Horror Month one of my most favourite blogging thing to do!
All the people involved where so amazing so a big thank you to all of you and I want to give you all a big hug because of it.
Doing Horror Month has been really fun. I've read a lot of creepy books this month and I got talk to some amazing authors and create Horror Month for all of you to enjoy.
Don't forget I still have some giveaways going on -
DEAD ROMANTIC BY C.J. SKUSE
MONSTER BY C.J. SKUSE
TAOAVS BY KATHERINE HOWE
THE 5TH WAVE BY RICK YANCEY
CONVERSION BY KATHERINE HOWE
VAMPIRE ACADEMY BY RICHELLE MEAD
So again a big thank you to all these wonderful people and publishers - Penguin, Stripes publishing, Charlie, Clare, Steph, Ebury Pub, Bloomsbury, Katrina, Puffin, Harper Collins, Paul, Sarah, Accent YA, DFB, Ed-Pr, Darran, Carolyn, Scholastic, Lucy, ChickenHouse, Jazz, Headline, Quercus, Olivia, Katie, Rock The Boat, Cailin, Alma books, MyKindaBook, Catherine- I really hope I haven't missed anyone out but all these wonderful people help get some amazing post together, given books for the giveaways and even sent me books to review this month on Horror Month so a GIANT THANK YOU TO ALL YOU WONDERFUL PEOPLE!
And of course all the authors-I won't say who only because you should go through my horror post and see all the wonderful authors I've had and read their posts, reviews, Q&As and don't forget to check out the giveaways that end tomorrow!
Thank you for a wonderful month and have a fantastic Halloween!!!
Sorry for the late horror post but it's a good one.
Today, I have a review of The Hidden People by Alison Littlewood.
Pretty Lizzie Higgs is gone, burned to death on her own hearth - but was she really a changeling, as her husband insists? Albie Mirralls met his cousin only once, in 1851, within the grand glass arches of the Crystal Palace, but unable to countenance the rumours that surround her murder, he leaves his young wife in London and travels to Halfoak, a village steeped in superstition. Albie begins to look into Lizzie's death, but in this place where the old tales hold sway and the 'Hidden People' supposedly roam, answers are slippery and further tragedy is just a step away ...