An interview with Melinda Salisbury author of The Sin Eater’s Daughter

Book cover for Melinda Salisbury's The Sleeping PrinceI interviewed Melinda Salisbury author of The Sin Eater’s Daughter. Melinda (Mel) likes to travel, and have adventures. She also likes medieval castles, non-medieval aquariums, Richard III, and all things Scandinavian. The Sin Eater’s Daughter is her first novel. Mel has recently announced the second book in the series: The Sleeping Prince.

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Novels I’ve Reviewed Already…

Novels I've Reviewed AlreadyThis year my goal is certainly to read many book – more than 50 at least. However that is a post for another day. I wanted to take a look back at all the book that I have reviewed on the blog. Some I still love just as much but others I’ve come to doubt my own opinion and I’m not so wooed by then anymore. Time changes preference, so lets take a look.

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Book Review: Insurgent By Veronica Roth

Insurgent

This novel is the second the Divergent series and yes I picked it up straight after I finished Divergent. The book is an amazing five hundred-twenty five pages long and I honestly believe that it would have been at least one hundred-fifty page shorter. If you read my review on Divergent here you would know I commended Veronica Roth on only giving information on a need to know basis.

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Book review: Stravaganza: City of Masks by Mary Hoffman

Stravaganza: City of Masks by Mary Hoffman

Stravaganza: City of Masks by Mary Hoffman

Summary: Lucien is very ill, he has cancer. Lucien soon realises that he is a ‘Stravagante’ and he can travel between worlds with the help of a talisman. In the other world (Bellezza) he isn’t ill and stuck in bed all day, he’s fit and well. Set in sixteenth century Bellezza inspired by modern-day Italy, this is a story like no other!

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