Reviewing the fourth book in “The Last Kingdom” series.
This book takes inspiration from Arabian mythology to create a world different from most YA books.
No matter whether you enjoyed reading this or it made you feel very uncomfortable, you can’t deny that Noughts and Crosses is a very important book in contemporary literature.
A modern Gothic Horror triumph.
Full of chilling atmosphere and characters with unsettling actions, The Loney is a great example of less-is-more horror.
Genre: LGBT+, Gay Fiction Publishing Info: 2017 by Picador Pages: 454 Star Rating: 3.5/5 Back Cover Summary: In October 1940, the handsome young David Sparsholt arrives in Oxford.