The Regulars by Georgia Clark

In brief: Evie, Krista and Willow are three girls in their twenties in New York, each with their own issues. But when Krista receives a vial of Pretty, which has the ability to turn them into the most gorgeous versions of themselves, will it turn their fortunes around? The good: Raw, honest and quirky –... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday 21/9/15

Busy week this week! I've been working six days a week for a while, and it doesn't look like ending soon! Reading before bedtime has become my saviour, as it's the main time to relax! I haven't had too much time for shopping, so I'm grateful for these books that appeared on my doorstep. Thank... Continue Reading →

Extraordinary Means by Robyn Schneider

In brief: When Lane is sent away to a special boarding school for sick teenagers, he thinks his life is over. But Latham House opens up many new avenues for him, but mainly how to live and how to love. The good: It's interesting, heartfelt and a lovely read for any age. The not-so-good: Sad... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday 8/6/15

It's cold! It's beginning to get to that time of the year where I contemplate gloves, socks and beanies. Fortunately, I have some good excuses to read thanks to the parcel post man this week, but more below… I did buy a new book this week – The Lost Swimmer by Ann Turner intrigued me... Continue Reading →

Inside the O’Briens by Lisa Genova

In brief: The O'Briens are your normal, loving Boston family. Patrick is looking forward to retirement in ten years or so, but his dreams are cut short when he is diagnosed with Huntington's disease. What does this mean for his wife and their four adult children? The good: Emotive and powerful, this book is full... Continue Reading →

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