If you've spent time on the bookish side of Instagram lately, chances are you've seen this book come up quite a lot on your feed. I was very intrigued by The Thursday Murder Club when I first saw it, mostly because of its title. I thought it was a thriller like any other, but then …
This second novel by Mona Awad has that little something that makes a book great.
I don't think it'll come as a surprise to anyone if I say that The Testaments was one of my most anticipated read of the year. After all, The Handmaid's Tale remains one of my favourite books of all time and, while I never expected Margaret Atwood to release a sequel, I was very excited to discover what she had in store for us. St
I started reading Ask Again, Yes thinking this would be like any other family drama novel, that it would entertain me for a few days and be a nice summer read. Boy, was I wrong. I was blown away by that book. Especially by its unique story and by Mary Beth Keane’s empathy.
I have to say I was afraid of reading Putney. I had read reviews and was intrigued, but also put off by the premise. I finally bit the bullet and, once I started reading it, couldn't put it down.