This book came out of the blue to truly impress me. Intriguing characters and an addictive writing style have ensured that I will be following Jessica Moor’s writing career very closely, and certainly trying her next releases. She tackles vital issues facing young women far too often and the twist specifically is the final gut punch that’s needed to make this necessary reading this year if you’re a mystery/thriller fan.
As I imagine many of us were, I was introduced to Richard Osman through Pointless alongside Alexander Armstrong, who I was already a fan of thanks to his musical and theatrical connections. Since then he’s an easily recognisable, partly due to his height, source of wit, knowledge and trivia to fuel hundreds of game nights.Continue reading “The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Non-Spoiler Review”
I’ve been pleasantly surprised by my ability to steer clear of pandemic fiction and non-fiction throughout lockdown. However, when the opportunity to read and review Afterland by Lauren Beukes I just had to make an exception. I’ll discuss this further below, but the concept of this sounded so intriguing that I just had to giveContinue reading “Afterland by Lauren Beukes:⭐️⭐️⭐️Non-Spoiler Review”
As I grew up reading fantasy and classics it was a surprise to discover, a couple of years ago, that I thoroughly enjoy reading slice of life romance narratives thanks to picking up Giovanna Fletcher’s novels via Audiobook and Beth O’Leary’s The Flatshare. Due to this discovery, I immediately jumped at the chance to tryContinue reading “The Flip Side by James Bailey: ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Non-Spoiler Review”
I have seen this book everywhere. As soon as the proofs were released into the world my Twitter and Instagram feeds were flooded with lovely photos of this gorgeous cover. I must admit, this piqued my interest when it fell into my inbox and as soon as I heard secrets, historical fiction and bees IContinue reading “The Honey and the Sting by E. C. Fremantle: ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Non-Spoiler Review”