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WWW Wednesday 22 April 2020.

In this week’s WWW Wednesday all of the books have a kind of thriller/mystery vibe. Let me know what you’re reading at the moment!

Review: Song of Sorrow by Melinda Salisbury (Sorrow #2)

Title: Song of Sorrow Author: Melinda Salisbury Pages: 370 Published: 7th March 2019 ⭐️ 5 / 5 Anyone who has spoken to me over the last year will know just how much I loved State of Sorrow. It was easily my favourite book of 2018 so the sequel, and conclusion to the duopoly, Song of

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Review: State of Sorrow by Melinda Salisbury (Sorrow #1)

Title: State of Sorrow Author: Melinda Salisbury Pages: 452 Published: 1st March 2018 ⭐️ 5 / 5 This was my favourite book of 2018, but it has taken until my re-read this week to finally write a review!

Review: The Scarecrow Queen by Melinda Salisbury (Sin Eater’s Daughter #3)

Title: The Scarecrow Queen Author: Melinda Salisbury Pages: 336 Published: 2nd March 2017 ⭐️ 4.5 / 5 I’m more than a little obsessed with this series at this point.  I honestly don’t know how I was so late to the party in reading this. The Scarecrow Queen is the third and final instalment of Melinda Salisbury’s series The Sin Eater’s Daughter.

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Review: The Sleeping Prince by Melinda Salisbury (Sin Eater’s Daughter #2)

Title: The Sleeping Prince Author: Melinda Salisbury Pages: 367 Published: 4th February 2016 ⭐️ 5 / 5 Warning: minor spoilers ahead in the form of fangirling over a character pairing This is the second instalment in Melinda Salisbury’s The Sin Eater’s Daughter series.  This is the first book in a long time that I ran through in one sitting.  After immensely enjoying

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Review: The Sin Eater’s Daughter by Melinda Salisbury

Title: The Sin Eater’s Daughter Author: Melinda Salisbury Pages: 333 Published: 5th February 2016 ⭐️ 4 / 5 Here we have yet another book I read after meeting the author first. Melinda Salisbury was on the panel at the Fantasy and Folklore event, chaired by Samantha Shannon, at Waterstones Piccadilly. Melinda’s personality screamed through everything she said. She was

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