June and July have been busy months for books – here’s what I’ve been reading.
A mixed month, with some shining gems and some utter duds.
A controversial novel proves a compulsive and thought-provoking read.
The lockdown reading marathon continues.
If there’s one thing a quarantine is good for, it’s working your way through your TBR!
Better late than never! Here’s everything I enjoyed in February 2020.
A brilliant, propulsive, emotional memoir that pushes the boundaries of the genre.
A beautiful novel about family, love and forgiveness.
From new memoirs to old classics, from the Tudors to Isis: This was my January in books.
Reading Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl for the first time ignited my love of thriller and I’ve been chasing the high that only an epic mind-bending twist can provide ever since. Unfortunately, if I had a pound of every book that was advertised as being ‘the next Gone Girl‘ that went on to disappoint me, I’dContinue reading “Review: Dark Places”