“Mirrorland” by Carole Johnstone #BookReview

Georgia Kostopoulou   When I first read the storyline of “Mirrorland” I knew I was in for some thrilling reading. I expected it to be twisted in a way, following this strange treasure hunt one sister left for the other. I never really expected it to be that good! Ellice and Catriona, El and Cat,… Read More “Mirrorland” by Carole Johnstone #BookReview

“The Paris Dressmaker” by Kristy Cambron #BookReview

Georgia Kostopoulou   I love historical fiction, especially stories that are related to World War II. “The Paris Dressmaker” is one of those stories, set in 1939 Paris and throughout the German occupation on the city, until the day it’s free again in 1944. With the war about to spread all over Europe, the Parisian… Read More “The Paris Dressmaker” by Kristy Cambron #BookReview

“The London Restoration” by Rachel McMillan, Narrated by Hannah Curtis #BookReview

Georgia Kostopoulou   Architectural Historian Diana Somerville has been a code breaker at Bletchley Park during World War II. There she has met some interesting people that have been working for the government, ones that she would have not met otherwise. Now, in the 1945 London, the war is over and Diana has been requested… Read More “The London Restoration” by Rachel McMillan, Narrated by Hannah Curtis #BookReview

“By Sea & Sky” by Antoine Bandele #BookReview, Narrated by John Rogers

Georgia Kostopoulou This is not like any other Pirate story you have read before! This is a pirate fantasy inspired by the West Indies, The Swahili Coast, and Arabia, full of sea, sky and magic! Zala and Jelani are part of a pirate ship crew out of desperation. Jelani is a sea whisperer and every… Read More “By Sea & Sky” by Antoine Bandele #BookReview, Narrated by John Rogers