Thursday, 1 February 2018


Every month, we share our book recommendations with you. From readers picks to bestsellers, from new reads to critically acclaimed books across all genres, listed below we have something for all book lovers, no matter what you’re into. 


The worst journey in the world
Harder Yet!
Death Omen
Killers, Traitors, & Runaways
Before We Were Yours


Monday, 29 January 2018

'Emerald's Ring'

As someone who has read a lot of fantasy novels, this story kept me guessing and hoping that things would work out in the end. After finishing this book, I immediately went to find the first book in the series. My only complaint is that is was too short but it had everything a person reading this can ask. It has tense parts, moving parts, and hard to put down. Congratulations Jaylee Austin! You told a wonderful story!

Monday, 1 January 2018


In 2009 a small group of locals in the town of Claremorris, Co. Mayo in the west of Ireland came together to form The Wild Atlantic Book Club that focused primarily on readers and book lovers. Over the past few years, our Book Club has grown online and has attracted a host of national and international authors.

Not only does The Wild Atlantic Book Club include online discussions, we have a diversity of local and online events each year, including debates, author readings, workshops, poetry readings, music, and bookclub quizes. We continue to build loyal audiences and always look forward to some good reading.

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Tuesday, 7 November 2017

'Hidden in the Dark'

An intense and suspenseful story about family secrets, "Hidden in the Dark" by Rashell Lashbrook had me hooked from the first chapter. I couldn't put it down if I tried! The book was well written, full of excitement, suspense, hatred and love. She captures every feeling imaginable in this book. One of the standouts for me is the detail the Rashell has put into the characters. She is on her way to becoming a notable author. Looking forward to reading her upcoming publications.

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

'Truth From the Bathroom'

Full of wisdom, goodness, and compassion for those who know the agony and shame of domestic violence.  I think people don't understand being in a abusive relationship that's more verbal. This treasure of a book invites the reader into understanding of the view of men that if embraced would radically alter how victims address this heartache. This is a must-read book. If you or some one you know are or may be in an abusive relationship or even just getting out of one this book is for you. This book has left an indelible mark on myself and my partner. Never again will I assume men don't suffer domestic abuse.

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

'Chinese Education in Singapore'

Chinese Education in Singapore: An Untold Story of Conflict and Change, is an unbiased view of Singapore's history. Singapore's story offers lessons for modern cities as many seek to build vibrant economies and achieve a high quality of living. It is interesting but not confusing. Writing is tight and very readable. Author clearly knows and enjoys his subject. This is a must read for those interested in the subject.

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

'Thieves of Islar'

James Shade writes in a smooth, easy to read style that snares you in, and carries you along to the very end. I have to say that this book was a pleasant surprise! Set in the fantasy city of Islar is a fresh story-line, believable characters, and a couple of nice twists in the mix. One thing that impressed me was the higher level of language that was used in this book. The authors characters are compelling, the settings have both brutality and honesty and the plot has unexpected turns. This promises to be an interesting series - and I need answers, but I'll have to wait for the release of book two to get them. I can't wait!