Part two to the Naomi Cuttle series. A nail biting end to what was a heart breaking story of abduction.
Short review of the graphic novel that swept the world of publishing by storm. Almost loved it entirely.
Modern and Muslim reimagining of Pride & Prejudice. Hits the right notes with humour and characters but too many similarities with the original for my liking.
There’s more to this book then the romance and obvious love triangle. There’s domestic abuse and its aftermath on the child who witnesses it.
This is a strange and eccentric collection of interlinked stories.
The sort of book filled with horrific surprises throughout. Each chapter adds dimension and darkness. Well worth the read for all fans of the original Frankenstein.
It’s like everyone around you has a copy of the script of life, but no one gave it to you so you have to go in blind and hope you can muddle your way through. And you’ll be wrong most of the time.
The Girl He Used to Know, Tracey Garvis Graves
Sit somewhere between adult and YA. Short story esque style of a novel, worth a read if you enjoy non-linear fiction.
Conor’s mother is dying of cancer. Everyday is a tinged with battles, looking after himself, facing the bullies at school, being his own parent, anxiously wishing his… Read more “A Monster Calls”
Author Kiley Reid This year I’ve read a lot of books about the African American experience in the US, set in both present day and the past,… Read more “Such a Fun Age”