I haven't had much time for reading over the Summer school holidays. But seeing as I've now packed them both off to Secondary school, I had a bit of time to catch up on some much needed reading time. I've just finished "The Business of Dying" which was Simon Kernick's first novel back in 2002. From the first few pages, I … [Read more...] about The Business of Dying by Simon Kernick Book Review
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I have been looking for a book to intrigue me and The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides certainly did that. I've read a few books lately that not really gripped my mind. However, with this book I wanted to read the whole thing in one go, as it was a real page turner. Even my 15 year old son enjoyed this one. No … [Read more...] about The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides Book Review
Having read Snap! by Belinda Bauer last year, and absolutely loved it. I decided to read one of her earlier books, "Rubbernecker" published in 2013. This book got me hooked straight away. I loved the setting in Wales as I could relate to the places. Especially when she spoke of areas like the Brecon Beacons and Pen Y … [Read more...] about Rubbernecker by Belinda Bauer Book Review
I haven't read a book for a couple of months now, what with the Christmas build up and New Year celebrations. So last week I picked up this interesting new book, Nine Perfect Strangers by one of my favourite authors - Liane Moriarty. I've already read Truly, Madly, Deeply, The Last Anniversary and Big Little Lies (and … [Read more...] about Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty Book Review
In the age of reality TV programmes this book is as believable and surreal as it gets and does make me wonder how "close to the knuckle of truth" it is - apart from the accidental murder of one of the characters - but I don't want to put any spoilers in here. The relationship between the five main strong and self made … [Read more...] about The Favourite Sister by Jessica Knoll Book Review