'Every Time He Dies' by Tara East is a very well written, fast paced story of gang crime in Brisbane. I was hooked from page one and really enjoyed exploring the mystery behind a number of murders. I'd definitely recommend this one, it's 5 stars from me!
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.
"The Housekeeper and The Professor" is a quaint story of how kindness and compassion bring people together. This wasn't my favourite Yōko Ogawa book, but I still enjoyed it - 3 stars.
It's clear that this book has been written from the heart. Recommended for lovers of contemporary romance, it's 4 stars for "A Long Goodbye" and I wish Anthony Le Moignan all the best with this and future novels.
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.
Highly recommended, I really enjoyed this quick read. Providing a detailed and vivid insight into the mind of an elderly woman with dementia was both interesting and amusing at points which leads me to rate this book 4 stars.