“A story of loneliness, love and loose connections...” - that first sentence of the blurb was enough for me, I was already hooked. And thank goodness I didn't read any more of the synopsis because had I also discovered the main character was a ‘bot’, I might have thought twice about reading Set My Heart … Continue reading ARC Review: Set My Heart To Five.
Not only is this book a compelling, funny and moving read but I think Another Us also gives valuable (and much needed) insight into family life where a child has been diagnosed with autism. While I have friends with children on the spectrum - and I listen and try and understand what life can be … Continue reading ARC Book Review: Another Us.
I'm sure many of us are longing for summer (when hopefully life might be getting back to normal - or a new normal) but why not give yourself a little taste of what’s (fingers crossed) to come with Mandy Baggot’s latest novel. Largely set in one of my favourite places, Corfu, you can almost feel the … Continue reading ARC Book Review and Blog Tour: My Greek Island Summer. #MandyBaggot20
She’s done it again. Beth O’Leary’s The Flatshare was my book of 2019 but I think The Switch is even better – which, as I gave the first five stars, is going to make rating it interesting. I started reading it just as UK Lockdown kicked in and it was the perfect escape – in … Continue reading ARC Book Review: The Switch.