Book Review: Springtime – A Ghost Story by Michelle de Kretser

Springtime... About the Book: 'Picking up her pace, Frances saw a woman in the shadowy depths of the garden. She wore a wide hat and a trailing pink dress; a white hand emerged from her sleeve. There came upon Frances a sensation that sometimes overtook her when she was looking at a painting: space was … Continue reading Book Review: Springtime – A Ghost Story by Michelle de Kretser

Book Review: Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Daisy Jones and The Six... About the Book: A thrilling story told in the form of an extended oral history, Daisy Jones and the Six transports the reader to the world of '70's rock 'n roll; creative chaos, musical alchemy and an iconic sound. There was Daisy, rock and roll force of nature, brilliant songwriter … Continue reading Book Review: Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Book Review: Maggie’s Going Nowhere by Rose Hartley

Maggie’s Going Nowhere… About the Book: Maggie’s Going Nowhere is a fierce and funny debut introducing a thoroughly relatable and offbeat heroine. If you enjoy Fleabag, you'll adore Maggie! 'A compulsive and hilarious read. In Maggie, Hartley has created one of those indelible characters of whom we must thoroughly disapprove and yet cannot help but … Continue reading Book Review: Maggie’s Going Nowhere by Rose Hartley

Book Review: The Weekend by Charlotte Wood

The Weekend... About the Book: The brilliant new novel from Charlotte Wood, acclaimed author of The Natural Way of Things. Four older women have a lifelong friendship of the best kind: loving, practical, frank and steadfast. But when Sylvie dies, the ground shifts dangerously for the remaining three. Can they survive together without her? They … Continue reading Book Review: The Weekend by Charlotte Wood

#DNF Book Review: Bitter Leaves by Tabatha Stirling

Bitter Leaves... About the Book: Welcome to the black heart of Singapore’s maid culture, where a woman’s life is cheap in one of the richest countries in the world. Here are the voices of the unheard, of maid and employer, of village girl and city dweller. Follow Lucilla, Ma’am Leslie, Shammi and Madame Eunice as … Continue reading #DNF Book Review: Bitter Leaves by Tabatha Stirling

Book Review: Confession With Blue Horses by Sophie Hardach

Confession with Blue Horses... About the Book: Set in Berlin during the dying days of communism, this is an exploration of a family cruelly torn apart, and the consequences that seep through generations. Tobi and Ella's childhood in East Berlin is shrouded in mystery. Now adults living in London, their past in full of unanswered … Continue reading Book Review: Confession With Blue Horses by Sophie Hardach

#BlogTour: Island on the Edge of the World by Deborah Rodriguez

Island on the Edge of the World... About the Book: From the author of the international bestseller The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul, comes a captivating story set in the colourful but chaotic land of Haiti, as four very different women work together to find a lost child. Haiti. A poor country rich in courage, … Continue reading #BlogTour: Island on the Edge of the World by Deborah Rodriguez