October 11, 2020

How to order an essay writing for a book review?

Almost every pro gram of any higher educational institution includes writing a book review. This type of scientific research can be represented by a review, detailed analysis, or evaluation of the work. The main characteristic features of the review are brevity, clarity, and a small page-by-page volume. In addition, the description of the impression of the essay writer on the book can be organized in the form of both an essay and a small literary-critical article.

June 15, 2019

Hillsborough The Truth by Phil Scraton

Quote from Boris Johnson The Spectator 2004 ‘The deaths of more than 50 Liverpool football supporters at Hillsborough in 1989 was undeniably a greater tragedy than the single death, however horrible, of Mr Bigley; but that is no excuse for Liverpool’s failure to acknowledge, even to this day, the part played in the disaster by drunken fans at the back of the crowd who mindlessly […]

February 7, 2019

#BlogTour #RandomThingsTours Senseless by Anna Lickley #Review @anna_writes @unbound @annecater #Senseless

Beth’s partner, Dan, inexplicably vanishes from her life and nine years later she is still struggling. In the intervening years, she has learnt British Sign Language (BSL) and got what she thought would be her dream job, supporting deaf students in college. However, she finds she still feels dissatisfied with just about everything: from working life to sex life, domestic life to social life, it’s […]

February 7, 2019

Advice to New Bookbloggers

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February 4, 2019

#BlogTour The Lost Man by Jane Harper @janeharperautho @caolinndouglas @GraceEVincent @LittleBrownUK #TheLostMan #mrsbloggsbooks

I’m really pleased and privileged to be on the blog tour for this book. Thanks you to Caollin Douglas at Little Brown Publishing for the ARC of The Lost Man The Blurb He had started to remove his clothes as logic had deserted him, and his skin was cracked. Whatever had been going through Cameron’s mind when he was alive, he didn’t look peaceful in […]

February 4, 2019

#BlogTour Inborn by Thomas Enger @EngerThomas (translated by Kari Dickson) @OrendaBooks @annecater #RandomThingsTour #Inborn #mrsbloggsbooks

My turn today on the blog tour My Review I have read and enjoyed other books by Thomas Enger in this Nordic Noir genre. This has to be one of the finest crime fiction books I’ve ever read In the opening chapter of Inborn, schoolboy Even Tollefsen is on the witness stand in the Romerike district court located in Eidsvoll, Norway. He’s giving evidence in […]

February 2, 2019

Twisted by Steve Cavanagh @SSCav #Review @orionbooks #Twisted #mrsbloggsbooks

My Review I hibernated from the cold weather and read this book in a day! It’s the story of a bestselling author who wishes to remain anonymous and writes crime fiction books using a pseudonym J T LeBeau. Who is he really though? It’s a very dangerous fact to know as those who did find out his or her real identity end up getting bumped […]

January 12, 2019

The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley #Review #mrsbloggsbooks

Publication date: 3 Dec 2018 Publisher: HarperCollins Language: English ASIN: B07FK6L3T1 Source: the publisher via NetGalley The Blurb EVERYONE’S INVITED.EVERYONE’S A SUSPECT. Bristling with tension, bitter rivalries, and toxic friendships, get ready for the most hotly-anticipated thriller of 2019. In a remote hunting lodge, deep in the Scottish wilderness, old friends gather for New Year. The beautiful one The golden couple The volatile one The new parents The quiet […]