The Water Cure by Sophie Mackintosh

Wow!  This book is claustrophobic, stunning and full of distorted truths.  It is beautifully written and even though it is based 'somewhere else' the imagery Mackintosh creates paints the most wonderful pictures and brings the whole place alive in your mind. What is even more crucial to this story is the relationships between the characters. [...]

Book Review – One Million Lovely Letters by Jodi Ann Bickley

I first heard about One Million Lovely Letters about a year ago when a friend sent me the link to the website.  I was beyond amazed by the concept - if you feel like you need a hug in an envelope, email Jodi Ann Bickley and she will handwrite you a letter to remind you how [...]

Book Review – The Woman Who Upped and Left by Fiona Gibson

Hello all, I just had to recommend this book to you all... RomCom isn't usually my genre of choice, favouring literature, drama and thrillers but as I was going on holiday I thought I go for something more uplifting and I'm so pleased I did. Most importantly, it was still very well written, very important [...]

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Holy Island by LJ Ross – Book Review

I am just going to put it out there right now that LJ Ross is a friend of mine but when it comes to book reviews this could be a double-edged sword!  When purchasing her debut novel Holy Island I was suddenly faced with an awkward realisation - what if I hate it?  Or (possibly [...]

Before We Met by Lucie Whitehouse – Book Review

I haven't posted a book review for a while.  The reason being, I have struggled to get into a book.  That was until Me Before You by Lucie Whitehouse.  This book moves at a quick pace (which I love), keeping you turning the pages as rapidly as you can. Although it is building up to something, [...]

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green – Book Review

Oh my, where to start.  When I first started reading this book I nearly stopped when I realised immediately that the story revolves around cancer.  Only 18 months after going to war with cancer myself, not my idea of happy reading, no matter how good the story is.  But I was captivated, from the very beginning, even [...]