The book review café book of the month **February 2018**


Well here we are it’s  the 1st of March and it’s flipping freezing I was hoping spring was on the way 💐but apperantly NOT! Roll on the summer 😎. Anyway as it’s the beginning of March it means it’s time to choose my book of the month for February.

Now anyone who follows my blog will know I struggle to narrow it down to one book and normally end up with two or three! But not this month there was ONE book that really stood out for me. This book took me by surprise, as it was a very different kind of book to my usual reads. When I was reading this book I was so engrossed time just flew by so without further ado…….

The Hunger by Alma Katsu


The Hunger by Alma Katsu is part historical fiction and part supernatural/horror. Based on a true story the author has masterfully blurred the lines between fact and fiction, even the fictional parts seemed very credible which made this book even more chilling to read. Based on the Donner party’s tragic crossing of America in the 1840s, it follows a group of settlers who head across the unrelenting plains in search of new beginnings but find themselves hunted by an unknown prey. You can read my full review here…. The Hunger by Alma Katsu


You can read my full reviews here……

#BlogBlitz The Broken by Casey Kelleher #BookReview @caseykelleher @Bookouture

Tell Me I’m Wrong by Adam Croft #BookReview @adamcroft

Kiss Me Kill Me by J. S. Carol #BookReview @JamesCarolBooks @BonnierZaffre

Gallery Of The Dead by Chris Carter #BookReview & #Giveaway @simonschusterUK

The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton #BookReview @headlinepg @KJHAuthor

#BlogBlitz White Is The Coldest Colour by John Nicholl @nicholl06 @Bloodhoundbook

Some of the books I’m hoping to read this month