If you’re looking for a book featuring a quirky story that is brilliantly written and gives you all the feels, I have just the thing for you. With two wonderfully real and loveable main characters, a fantastic supporting cast and a story that is just silly enough to be true, Beth O’Leary has crafted a … Continue reading Book Review: The Flatshare.
Mental health seems to be one of those issues either ignored or only briefly touched upon in the sort of novels I normally read but in Suddenly Single it’s a huge part of the book. Writing something that's realistic but also entertaining seems like quite a balancing act - and I’m not sure Carol Wyer … Continue reading Book Review: Suddenly Single.
Every so often while reading My Sister’s Lies, a big dinner gong felt like it went off right beside my ear. ‘Wait, what?’ I would think and then have to scroll back through everything I'd previously read in my head, asking myself why I hadn’t added up the clues before. They were definitely there but … Continue reading Book Review: My Sister’s Lies.
On another rainy day, while Freya was recovering from chickenpox, I gave her £2 and said: “Buy what you want” from the charity shop. Of course she got the nosiest, pinkest toy available (a rock guitar, which she played ALL THE WAY HOME). When will I learn? However, while she was rooting through boxes and … Continue reading Book Review: Jolly Good Food.