#BLOGTOUR (3 #Books)| Song of the Robin, Reunion, & Broken – R V Biggs @rararesources @gilbster1000 #amreading #bookreviews

Welcome to my spot on the blog tour for The Sarah MacIntyre series. I’m reviewing all three books. Thanks to Rachel’s Random Resources for my spot!


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The whispered voices and unsettling dreams were puzzling enough, but when the visions began, disquiet crept into Sarah Richards heart.

Living a joyless and unfulfilled existence, Sarah’s life, however, is ordered and routine. But one autumn morning she sees a figure waving to her, the figure of a man more ghostly than real.

Several times he appears, but is the spectre harmless, or are his intentions malevolent?
Disturbed and intrigued, Sarah endeavours to understand the mystery, to identify her unknown stalker.

But with each visitation, she becomes ever more bewildered, and as her ordered life begins to unravel, she questions the reality of all that she knows, and with mounting horror, even her own sanity.

Review:

Song of the Robin by R V Biggs is an intriguing read. I wasn’t prepared for what the plot would be, and I loved the surprise. It’s quite psychological, with mystery and paranormal aspects. It has a little something for everyone, which I thought was great.

I like the perspective of this book. It slowly drags you into Sarah’s reality, which doesn’t always feel real. I found this aspect very compelling and mysterious.

Overall, I think Song of the Robin is hard to describe, and one of those books you just need to read without knowing much going in. Give it a shot!

Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.

Rating:

4/5☆

One random, violent act is enough to change Sarah Macintyre’s life forever.

Left unsettled, and yearning for a new beginning, Sarah is unsure of what to do with herself. But one day she discovers an anonymous letter hidden amidst a pile of unopened mail.

The note, however, contains nothing more than a confusing riddle.

Intrigued and excited, Sarah’s hunger for a new purpose compels her to search for the author to understand the puzzle and solve the mystery.

Embarking on a journey that will shape the rest of her life and that of her family, Sarah uncovers a past of which she had no knowledge, a present she must find a path through, and a future filled with intense grief and utmost joy.

Review:

Reunion is the next book in the Sarah MacIntytre series and I found it just as compelling as Song of the Robin. It picks up right after the previous book and we follow Sarah, who is still struggling to determine what’s going on.

I absolutely adore Sarah. She is a character I have grown to care for and am constantly cheering for her. She is so well written, I’m in awe of her character development.

This is an emotional journey, and once again, a book I think you should just read without knowing what it’s about. I think these books should be read in order, because of the timeline, and to avoid confusion. Don’t miss out.

Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.

Rating:

4/5☆

Scarred by a tragic past, eleven year old Jamie Walker chooses not to speak.

Consumed with jealous rage, Jimmy Gillespie is driven to violence.

And John Macintyre awakens from a vivid nightmare convinced he is going to kill.
Living high upon the Scottish hills, John and Sarah Macintyre enjoy a serene life until a televised news bulletin sends them on a desperate search for a missing child.

After finding the child and returning him safely to his parents, the Macintyres are approached by the local press, attracting both unexpected and unwanted attention.

But the aftermath of the media coverage changes the course of their lives forever, and events are set in motion that are joyful, heart breaking – and terrifying.

Review:

Broken is the third in this series and continues the beautiful writing and pacing the first row novels had. This does focus more on Sarah’s husband, which I think adds to the overall story of the series.

The first book is probably my favorite in the series because it started this wonderful, unique plot that is very different than what I usually read and what I expected.

This is another emotional read with wonderful pacing. Once again, the characters are excellent and I feel they really made this book what it was. I thoroughly enjoyed this series. Read them in order and definitely check them out.

Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.

Rating:

4/5☆


R V Biggs lives in a small ex-mining village near Wolverhampton, England, with his wife Julie and Mags the black lab. He has four grown up children and eight grandchildren.

Walking with the dog is a favourite pastime and much of the story line for his first novel was developed during these lengthy outings.

Robert worked for 35 years in telecommunications but changed career paths to a managerial supporting role within a local Mental Health National Health Service trust. It was during the period between these roles that the concept for his first novel was born.

Robert is a firm believer that destiny and co-incidence exist hand in hand and this conviction extends to his writing. He has a passion for holistic well-being and after first-hand experience of the potential healing powers of Reiki, a form of energy therapy, took a Reiki level 1 training course to heighten his spiritual awareness. Robert’s experiences in these areas helped conceive the ideas that led to Song of the Robin and its sequels Reunion and Broken, novels with central themes of fate, love, and the strength of family. His writing is not fantasy however but is set in modern times involving real people living real lives.

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Website :- rvbiggs.com


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