Mini reviews and the final score…
I had the great pleasure of working with Beth Lewis when I was doing my internship in London last year. A few months later, wandering around the local bookshop, I saw an intriguing cover with an intriguing synopsis. Seeing the author’s name sealed the deal for me, and I finally had the opportunity to read…
My current score and some mini reviews!
After being completely indecisive about what I wanted to read (me? indecisive? never!), it was the hubby who pulled it off the shelf thanks to the ABSOLUTELY STUNNING COVER. Like, can we appreciate the cover a bit for this one? So shiny. Mmmm. The featured book in July’s Fairyloot subscription box, Daughter of the Burning City…
Addictive look into a small part of our natural world.
A harrowing story passed from Father to Son.
The books I read in July
My thoughts on this feminist beach read.
What I read in May
Applauded as a publishing triumph – my thoughts on one of 2016’s biggest titles
Everything I read in April
Shortlisted for the Man Booker International Prize 2017, a tale of complex nightmares.