Q: Have you ever looked at book’s cover and thought, This is going to horrible? But, was instead pleasantly surprised? Show us the cover and tell us about the book.
The cover for Exile by Jakob Ejersbo is not aesthetically pleasing… but this book was fantastic! See my review HERE.
What’s been happening @ The Australian Bookshelf this week?
Indie Book review: Misfits & Heroes- West of Africa by Kathleen Flanagan Rollins (4/5)
Book Review: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows (4/5)
Aussie Book Review: Destiny’s Path by Anna Jacobs (5/5)
Book Review: Kind of Cruel by Sophie Hannah (3/5)
Aussie Book Review: Under Southern Skies by Anne McCullagh Rennie (3.5/5)
Also, i’d love you to check out my new novel, Intuition now available on Amazon
Olive Morgan is not your typical psychologist. She can also access the memories of anyone she comes into contact with. After an explosion in a Sydney shopping mall, Olive is enlisted alongside a team of ‘Elite’ consultants. She joins Canan Jones who can attune to the emotions of other people, including Olive. Initially, she distrusts the agency, but when another explosion threatens more lives Olive has no choice but to use her skill to prevent another disaster. Is terrorism really at play or is the agency hiding the real reason behind these attacks? Olive wants to solve the case, but her personal life is suffering. Despite having a boyfriend, she feels a connection brewing with Canan, who has an uncanny way of making her feel calm when life becomes overwhelming… Intuition is a tale of supernatural suspense and the first book in the Elite Series. More info @ Goodreads