Persuasion

  So let’s begin with the story itself! The main story is set eight years after her rejection of Wentworth’s proposal (at Lady Russell’s request I might add) and their subsequent relationship (or lack thereof). It is such a sweet […]

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Split Decision

This month I am doing an extra book review because one just isn’t enough this month! I recently read Carmen Capuano’s new book ‘Split Decision’, this is the second of Carmen’s books that I have read; the first being ‘Ascension’. […]

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Falling

  I enjoyed ‘Falling’ but I did feel a little cheated.So the blurb of the book made out that it was going to be (hold your breath for true chick-lit plotline) basically the story of a woman (Emma Montague) leaving […]

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The Time of My Life

I was in the mood for some summer reading. I spoke to one of my really good friends about what to read. My criteria was 1. happy ending, and preferably some romance. I’ve been caught out in the past with […]

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The Handmaid’s Tale

Handmaid's Tale

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ is a classic piece of Atwood fiction that has recently topped the charts again, possibly because it’s being serialised for Hulu, and possibly because of Trump (I won’t tell you which my money is on). I have […]

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The Princess Bride

‘The Princess Bride’ was recommended to me by a friend as a ‘cult classic’. This commonly used phrase always frightens me – is it a hidden gem, or a strange venture into the author’s mind? I must admit I struggled […]

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The Silkworm

‘The Silkworm’ was absolutely as good as the first book in the series, ‘Cuckoo’s Calling’. Once again Cormoran Strike gets embroiled in a murder but this time his profile is higher after the Lula Landry case. The title ‘The Silkworm’ […]

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