A disappointing YA read better suited for very very young adults. The main character is childish and immature which makes her unlikable in this romance story. Some cute moments but not enough to bring 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before" more than 2 stars.
This one is difficult to review without saying too much but it's full of suspense, anticipation and has an atmosphere I felt immersed in. I loved this psychological thriller and will be scoring "The Paying Guests" 5 stars.
An enjoyable story of a couple set over a number of different times, locations and told through a large range of characters. Well written and detailed but a little long and a few too many view points for me to keep up with. I'm scoring "This Must Be The Place" 3 stars.
An amusing and enjoyable story of hidden secrets and community life set in Britain the 70s. I sped through this story of two 10 year olds solving a neighbour's disappearance. I'll be giving "The Trouble with Goats and Sheep" 4 stars.
A quick informative read of a man's adventure through The Himalayas. Honest, interesting and raw, author Levison Wood gives a detailed account of the places he sees and the people he meets which leads me to score "Walking The Himalayas" a good 4 stars.
A light holiday read about a holiday which couldn't get much worse. Easy to read and enjoyable too, it's not fantastic literature, but it's not claiming to be either. I'll be giving "Wish You Were Here" 4 stars.
A story of family, love and overcoming adversity. "The Girls" is written in the style of such a convincing memoir that I felt it was real and in some way, I wanted it to be real. I'm giving Lori Lansens' heartwarming story 5 stars.