I really enjoyed “The Travelling Cat Chronicles”, a poignant look at the relationship between one man, his cat and the people most important to him in his life. I loved it and would recommend you give it a go – 5 stars.
My fifth Yōko Ogawa read is one of my favourites and I can’t wait for more of her work to be translated. I really enjoyed “The Memory Police” and its unique look at how memories are an important part of our identity – 5 stars.
“Dangerous Deception at Honeychurch Hall” is a quaint story but it wasn’t really for me. I’d recommend this one for fans of a light-hearted British mystery.… Read More Book Review: Dangerous Deception at Honeychurch Hall by Hannah Dennison
Dead Guiltyby Michelle Davies Publication date: July 11th 2019Publisher: Macmillan Pages: 393 It’s my stop on the “Dead Guilty” blog tour! Thanks very much to Anne Cater at Random Things Blog Tours and author Michelle Davies who have kindly provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. If you’d like to learn… Read More Blog Tour: Dead Guilty by Michelle Davies
An emotional and heavy read, Chris Cleave’s “Incendiary” looks at the aftermath of a terrorist attack and how grief, guilt and loss can affect a person. I didn’t love it as much as “Little Bee” but it’s still 4 stars from me.… Read More Book Review: Incendiary by Chris Cleave
“One?” is a fantastically English piece of contemporary fiction set in the 2000s. Penelope, Charlie and Zara are great characters and these ladies are some of the most relatable I’ve read in a while. I really enjoyed this – 5 stars!… Read More Book Review: One? by Jennifer L. Cahill