Difficult to get into with unforgettable characters, sadly this James Paterson book doesn't live up to readers expectations despite its intriguing story line. It's just 2 stars for "Private India".
This book wasn't all terrible, it did have some redeeming parts - parts which I enjoyed - yet I found "If I Ever Fall" to be confusing, long and at times drab. I'll give this 2 stars overall.
A dark, riveting story of friendship and betrayal. "In a Dark, Dark Wood" is full of tension, twists and jealousy which had me quickly turning pages to see what happened next. I'll give this one 5 stars.
A charming little YA book about a girl with amnesia trying to explore the world and find her man. Despite its flaws, the disjointed style of "The One Memory of Flora Banks" makes a heartwarming read which I'm scoring 3 stars.
A quick, enjoyable read which I hope can remind those in need that they are not alone in feeling how they do. As an important account of one young man's struggle with mental illness, this is not something I can 100% relate with, yet "Reasons to Stay Alive" is beautifully written with inspirational quotes on every page and I'm giving it 3 stars.
"The Best Book in The World" may not live up to its name, but it is fun, silly and lighthearted. Unfortunately it's the ending that lets it down which is the reason for this book receiving 3 stars.