About The Reviewers
The Reviewers has been set up as a thank you to NetGalley for accepting me as a member and for sending me e books to review 🙂
“NetGalley helps influential readers discover and recommend new books to their audiences. If you are a reviewer, blogger, librarian, bookseller, educator, journalist or other member of the media, you can use NetGalley for free to request, read, and recommend books before they are published.”
Who is behind The Reviewers?
The Reviewers.co.uk was originally registered by Terry Simmonds in about 2012
It was originally going to be a generic reviews site, nothing ever really materialised and the site has just been left on the backburners for the past 5 or 6 years.
Having joined NetGalley I decided it was the perfect reason to start up the site again 🙂
About Terry Simmonds
Terry isn’t your typical book reviewer, he has nothing to do with book publishing, isn’t qualified in anyway to review or have an opinion on books but is an ex non reader who suddenly discovered that reading is fun.
Having gone 25+ years of barely picking a book up he found an old childhood The Famous Five book, read it, bought more, became hooked on reading and now reads at least 2 books a week.
Favourite authors range from Mary Wesley, Harlan Coben, Steve Cavanagh, Gregg Hurwitz, Joanne Harris and despite what others think Enid Blyton.
If I could only keep one book: Five Fall Into Adventure – Enid Blyton
Only Reviewing Books I receive from NetGalley
Rather than reviewing books I’ve previously read and books I obtain from elsewhere I’ve decided I will only use this website for reviewing the books NetGalley send me (assuming I get more).
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Latest Books Reviewed
- Nine Lives by Peter Swanson
- Dark Horse by Gregg Hurwitz
- Take Your Breath Away by Linwood Barclay
- Winter at Cliff’s End Cottage by Sheila Norton
- Her Perfect Secret by T.J. Brearton
- The Girl in the Ground by Stacy Green
- We Live Next Door by Laura Wolfe
- The Dark Hours by Michael Connelly
- My Best Friend's Wedding by Tilly Tennant
- The Mistletoe Pact by Jo Lovett
- The Replacement by Melanie Golding
- The Weekend Escape by Rakie Bennett
- Christmas at Fox Farm by Helen Pollard
- The Mother's Fault by Nicole Trope
- The Island House by Amanda Brittany
- The New Home by Chris Merritt
- A Narrow Door by Joanne Harris
- The Girl Upstairs by by Georgina Lees
- Nowhere to Hide by T.J. Brearton
- All Our Darkest Secrets by Martyn Ford
- The Perfect Ending by Rob Kaufman
- The Family Across the Street by Nicole Trope
- My Name is Jensen by Heidi Amsinck
- I’ll Be Seeing You by Rosie Archer