Rawson’s writing is a highlight of this reading experience. It is simultaneously gripping and calming within the circumstances of the narrative. The choice of Alice’s perspective was entirely correct, and I found her a relatable protagonist alongside the intriguing role memory plays. I also appreciated Rawson’s inclusion of academics and Alice finding a path after a significant disruption to her life. Despite vital gaps in her knowledge, Alice has a mind of her own crafted and delivered intricately by Rawson to great effect.
Before I can say anything about the content of this book, just look at how gorgeous it is! I know the old saying, “never judge a book by its cover”, but I have been making a conscious effort to be more aware of book design this year and this is the perfect example of howContinue reading “Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Non-Spoiler Review”
If I see a book written by the former editor-in-chief of Marie Claire and compared to Helen Feilding’s Bridget Jones series, of course, I am going to be intrigued. However, as you can likely gauge from the title the subject matter is incredibly sensitive and the book speaks directly on several aspects of how weContinue reading “8 1/2 Stone by Liz Jones: ⭐️⭐️Review [Blog Tour]”
I have been dying to read this book. Plain and simple. Now that I have read it, thank goodness, I’m so excited to finally talk about it! I was first introduced to Ruth Ware through BooksandLala as she gave The Death of Mrs Westaway a positive review and put The Turn of the Key on her Best BooksContinue reading “The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Non-Spoiler Review”
I’m just going to come right out and say that I’m expecting my 2020 reading year to be absolutely insane. After completing my Masters in September 2019 I got a Christmas job at Waterstones which made me aware of the upcoming releases and popular titles. Luckily I picked up some later 2019 releases, such asContinue reading “15 Highly Anticipated 2020 Book Releases”