Book Review of Gladstone’s by Miranda Manley


Gladstone’s by Miranda Manley
Published by Olympia Publishers on May 25th, 2017

Synopsis: Buddy grows into a beautiful woman but no ordinary woman, as she is half human, half insect… a butterfly. Realising her destiny to become everyone’s saviour, she has to fight to take over the power of her three worlds. She is the feisty heroine to this novel. Buddy constantly battles not only with her own emotional journey but also to save her own kind and the human beings she has had to learn to grow and live with. Constantly soul searching to find herself but also on a quest to stop her three worlds colliding. Buddy must also fight the forces that could destroy all that she has finally learnt to love and within these realms finally has she found true love?

About the author: Miranda Manley was born in Bath and moved around a lot as a child and adult. She enjoys both country and city living, where she finds inspiration to do what she loves the most… to write. She currently lives in Chelsea, London.

Purchase your copy from AMAZON or OLYMPIA PUBLISHERS –  Also available on AMAZON KINDLE

My thoughts: I really enjoyed reading Gladstone’s and found it to be a quick interesting read. Manley creates a unique world that is very intriguing and scary. Buddy, the main character, is very interesting and mysterious which makes this a story that you can get lost in. I feel that the book was a little too short and could have been more developed if the book was longer. Overall, I found it to be a very interesting but short read. **I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.**


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