THE DROWNING LESSON by Jane Shemilt
I'm really disappointed because I was really looking forward to this! It was on my list of most anticipated 2017 debuts and everything!
If you're a fan of action-packed YA, in a beautiful fantasy setting, pick this up.
I'm going to have to be honest - this book bored me. I went into it expecting a thriller, and instead I got a slow-burning mystery. There's very little action, if any.
1Q84 by Haruki Murakami
There's not a lot to say about this without giving away the entire plot. The tagline #WTFthatending really is appropriate because... WTF?! That ending?!
Annie - now known as Milly - is totally messed up from the years of abuse she endured from her mum, who's essentially groomed her to help out with the "family business".
POISON by Chris Wooding
Haunting, beautiful, heartbreaking.
GAME by Anders de la Motte