Book Review / Hapless Hero Henrie by Petra JamesMarch 6, 2020
“For two hundred years, only boys have been born into the Melchior family – that is, until Henrietta Madeline Melchior came into the world, followed by a trio of shrieks eleven years, eight months and nine and a half days ago.” – Ashleigh Meikle reviews Hapless Hero Henrie by Petra James
Book Review / Zebra, and other stories by Debra Adelaide
“Each story is subversive, touching on the things we do not often speak about, the things about ourselves that we must hide from the public in order to conform.” Ashleigh Meikle reviews Zebra by Debra Adelaide.
Book Review / The Honourable Thief by Meaghan Wilson Anastasios
Ashleigh Meikle reviews The Honourable Thief by Meaghan Wilson Anastasios, a novel combining history and mythology to create a lively adventure.
Book Review / The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse
Ashleigh Meikle reviews The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse, a sweeping historical novel set in sixteenth century France.