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Blog Tour Review - The Only Way Out is Death by Varun Gwalani

 Blog Tour Review - The Only Way Out is Death by Varun Gwalani Twelve powerful people are kidnapped and imprisoned in an empty hotel. Each one of them has three choices: Live out the rest of their days peacefully in the hotel, Die by suicide so the rest of their companions can go free, Or murder one of their companions so they alone can go free. The Only Way Out is Death follows the story of these twelve people from the perspective of a young lawyer, Kiriaki, told as the events unfold. She has to forge messy alliances, navigate complex relationships and feuds, and, above all, try to stay alive. Meanwhile, the mastermind of this death game is lurking just out of view, watching them closely, making sure they are primed for murder. Will Kiriaki find the mastermind before it's too late for her? Will she outmanoeuvre the cutthroats before they cut her throat? There are twelve selfish lives in the hotel. Will it end in twelve selfish deaths? The Only Way Out is Death is a fascinating nov

Amy from Amiiies Books takes the Inside Out Challenge

Hello there,

Today we have Amy taking the Inside Out Challenge. I met Amy recently when she joined the #NorthernBookBloggers group.

First, please introduce yourself, including any blog addresses or twitter handles you like.

Hi! My name is Amy and I’m currently a Wildlife Conservation student, but I have always loved to read. I have been blogging on and off as a hobby for the past 4 years-ish. You can find me here:

Can you tell me about a book you have read that made you feel joy?

A book that made me feel joy would be The Hobbit by JRR. Tolkien. My Mam bought this book for me one Christmas and since I have read it around 3 times. She got it for me because she didn’t think I was old enough to read Lord of the Rings just yet but loved Tolkien so much she wanted me to have something of his. Every time I read this book I put back in the shire and it makes me so happy!

What about a book that filled you with sadness?

Most books I read make me cry I’m not going to lie about that. A Traveller in Time by Alison Uttley really filled me with sadness. It is about a girl who travels back in time and she meets a family who are trying to save Mary Queen of Scots. The whole time, you as the reader and the traveller, know that the family will fail. It was genuinely heart breaking to read people so hopeful when you know how the history plays out. Although this was an amazing book I was filled with sadness for at least the 2nd half.

Have you read a book that made you feel angry?

Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. I recently read this book and I absolutely loved it. I was flying through this book and had to put it down for a bit because some thing happened that made me so angry. The Love TriangleTM… My most hated YA trope, and there it was in the middle of this book that I was loving and couldn’t fault. Then I read another chapter and realised that The Love TriangleTM wasn’t actually a love triangle so everything was okay again.

Has a book ever disgusted you?

I have not read this book and I will not be reading this book. It seems to be very popular right now with book reviewers. All the Ugly and Wonderful Things. I do not want to read about a sexual romance between a child and an adult. No thank you, thanks disgusting and wrong. Why are so many okay with that book??

Can you tell me about a book that made you afraid?

The Girl in the Well by Rin Chupeco. So this girl in the story is also the same girl from the popular horror movie ‘The Ring’. The Ring terrified me when I was younger. Reading about that same girl really terrified me at first. Also in the book you know that she is nearly because weird things start happening with the lights. Well guess whose lightbulb started flickering and then died while I was read it? You guessed it, it was mine. I was so afraid that night that she was going to come and get me.

And finally, can you tell me a little bit about a book that you know inside out?

I am terrible at remembering book plots. Like even some of my all-time faves I’m like ‘What happened again?’  We Were Liars by E. Lockhart is a plot I remember so well. I think it is because when I read it everything was kinda confusing and I was like ‘whut’ for most of it. But then I read the ending and was like ‘omg’. I’ve told so many people to read it so I’m used to retelling what happened. I just want everybody to read that ending, because its been years and I am still not over it!

Thank you, Liam, for letting me take part in this. It was a lot of fun! oxoxo

Thanks Amy, some really interesting books there, and it's always great to see some love for the Shire! I think it's one of my happy places too.

As ever, get in touch if you want to take part yourself, and there'll be someone else taking on the challenge next Wednesday.


  1. Thank you for letting me take part! It was a lot of fun xoxox


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