Tuesday, 10 October 2017

The Talking Library - Book Review

Hi Everybody!

A few weeks back I did a cover reveal for the new book from
Jessica Haight and Stephanie Robinson, which you can read here
if you missed it last time. The book will be published on 
October 23rd.

I was lucky enough to get a preview copy, and enjoyed every
minute of reading it although  it is a children's story. 

It tells the story of three friends, the DMS,  who get together to solve a
mystery. Each of them has unique talents, and they work together,
pooling their ideas and resources, to solve the mystery of the 
bookworm who is eating letters in the library and thus changing
the stories of all the books we know and love.

Inspired by clues found in Fairday's old house in Ashpot, 
the three friends brave dangers and overcome their
fears to get to the bottom of things. They have  good eyes 
for spotting clues and good instincts to know whom they can trust
to help them. And when they meet a nefarious reporter,
they just know that he is bad....

The three kids, Fairday, Lizzy and Marcus are not only astute,
and good in solving riddles and logical puzzles;
they are bound together by friendship, loyalty
and the determination to solve the mystery
and save the books of the world.

I hope this short review has sparked your interest,
and that you will enjoy reading the book when
it is published in 2 weeks. 

Have a great day, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!


  1. damke für die nochmal Erinnerung von diesem Buch, das muss ein wirklich spannendes Buch sein auch für Erwachsene!
    Lieben Gruss Elke

  2. I love the sound of the book and will try to get one on the Kindle for R's birthday in November, I think she will love it. Hugs, Sarah

  3. Sounds like a good book and you enjoyed it.xx [aNNie]

  4. How fun to do a book review and be an early pre-publication reader. It looks like a good book. Hugs-Erika

  5. Glad you enjoyed reading it! Super!

  6. Sounds like a good story, and I love the cover illustration.

  7. This sounds so fun. As adults we probably should read more children's stories. The imagination and innocence can be really enjoyable.

  8. It does sound a good read. It must have been a real treat to have the book before it is published and to do a review.
    Yvonne xx

  9. Lovely post, thanks for sharing.Sounds like a wonderful book.
    Have a beautiful day

  10. What a lovely review! It sounds like a wonderful book, thank you.

  11. This sounds like such a lovely book for little ones.

  12. Thank you so much for your lovely review. So glad you enjoyed the Talking Library. :)
    ~Jess and Stephanie

  13. Thanks for the great review!!!!! Jess and Stephanie, you should be so proud!

    1. Thanks! We are very excited and love the review. :)
      ~Jess and Stephanie

  14. So good to read your review here ...

    All the best Jan

  15. This does look like a good read Valerie! Sounds like just the book to tempt my GD away from her smart phone!! Hugs, Chrisx


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