Bianca has one chance to survive, and it’s a pitifully slim one at that. In a world where magic flows freely around the kingdoms, Bianca would be just another witch… if it wasn’t for her secrets. Cursed at birth to die on her 17th birthday, Bianca must enrol in Miss Mabel’s School for Girls, learn everything she can, and defeat the witch who cursed her.
Karrigan Galladion should be at college. Instead, she is on the road, determined to get home to her Father to explain exactly what happened before the Dean’s letter reaches him. But after she meets a dying king’s messenger, a Green Rider, her quest takes on an entirely new path.
Peter Grant, a lowly bobby in London’s Metropolitan Police, is guarding a murder scene, as per proper protocol, when he meets a witness. Unfortunately, the witness is dead, on account of him being a ghost, but that doesn’t stop the doggedly determined Peter from taking a statement. This brings Peter to the attention of DI Thomas Nightingale, the Police Force’s only wizard.
Bee’s Mom is missing. But whilst everyone else is busy speculating why the eccentric genius who was Bernadette Fox would vanish from the radar, Bee is the only one making headway.
Juliana is on the run. As a medical scientist and government employee, her last job pushed the boundaries of ethical, even if it was all done for the greater good. With the inevitable collapse of her department, Juliana made a run for it before she became nothing more than collateral damage in the name of plausible deniability. But now they want her back.
No turning back is a masterpiece of a work by journalist Rania Abouzeid who spent six years collecting these impactful stories from Syrians on all sides of the war. In mid 2013 the UN abandoned trying to count Syrian casualties due to difficulties in verifying the information, estimates put the death toll at 500,000 and half of the population is displaced. This book is history in its purest form, and Rania’s dedication to capture these stories is awe inspiring.
Myfanwy (pronounced like Tiffany but with an M) finds herself stood in the pouring London rain, surrounded by bodies, and with no memory. In her pocket is a letter, a letter from her old self with two choices. Run? Or find out who did this to her?
Maerad is a slave, wasting away to a dismal future of long, heavy days and a premature death. At 16 years old she’s all but given up hope until one day she finds a man in the cow shed. A man no one else can see.
Tradition dictates that the eighth son of an eighth son must be a wizard, everyone knows that. And so, the dying Wizard Drum Billet made the pilgrimage to the enigmatically named village of Bad Ass and passed on his staff, just as tradition dictated. Except this time tradition didn’t want to be followed. This time the bearer of the staff was a baby girl.
Author: Kim M WattGenre: Paranormal Cosy Mystery, Mystery, Urban FantasyQuote: “Then she said, very cautiously, ‘Would you like some cream with that?’ Which was how she had come to be the first human in a very long time indeed to have a Dragon over for tea”Setting: England – PresentPremise: The Women’s Institute of Toot Hansell, […]