After the Last Dance by Sarra Manning

In brief: A dual narrative of WWII London and present day, with Rose the main character across two time periods. How did she get from naïve young girl to confident matriarch? The good: I loved reading about Rainbow Corner. The not-so-good: Jane and Leo were quite unlikeable initially. Why I chose it: The cover and... Continue Reading →

Monday 23/11/15: In the mailbox & what I’m reading

I had a few days off last week and it was a very good time to be home! I got a few parcels in the mail and did some shopping (I still haven't finished Christmas shopping though…oops). I received a copy of Girls Who Travel by Nicole Trilivas from Penguin, it's the perfect summer read.... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday 16/6/14

I am freezing as I write this! I have learnt today to type in fingerless gloves, toe socks and ear muffs (thank you Daiso) and after this, I think I'll have to give up and read wrapped in a blanket or three. Fortunately, it was a good week for mail! I received some wins, an... Continue Reading →

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