A beautiful story told from an interesting perspective on WWII. You can't help but fall in love with the characters and the story draws you in until its heart-wrenching end. It's 4 stars for "The Book Thief", a story I won't be forgetting any time soon.
A quick glimpse into the mind of a teenager falling in love. It's cute but I feel that this is more suited to a YA audience. Good, but not something I'm going to be raving about - 3 stars!
Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie Publication date: April 5th 2018 Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (first published August 15th 2017) Pages: 264 Summary: From an internationally acclaimed novelist, the suspenseful and heartbreaking story of a family ripped apart by secrets and driven to pit love against loyalty, with devastating consequences. Practical-minded Isma has spent the years … Continue reading Book Review: Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie
A tale of love, loss, friends, family and self-discovery, I really enjoyed "The Possible World" - 5 stars!
I loved this tale of London in the future and I actually can't stop thinking about it now I've finished. It was so interesting to read something so awful that you actually could see becoming a sad reality. I liked all of the characters and the style of the writing, but it's the topic that makes "Sweet Fruit, Sour Land" 5 stars for me.
I stumbled across Reading in Heels on Instagram a few weeks ago and was impressed with what it was offering. At an affordable £10 a month for a book and some goodies, this seemed right up my street...