Blog Tour Book Review: Someone I Used to Know by Paige Toon

About the Book: So much can change in half a lifetime… ThenAt fifteen, George is the foster brother Leah never asked for. As the angry, troubled boy struggles to come to terms with his circumstances, Leah finds herself getting drawn closer to him. Theo’s wealthy family have mysteriously pulled him out of boarding school and … Continue reading Blog Tour Book Review: Someone I Used to Know by Paige Toon

Book Review: The Shape of Darkness by Laura Purcell

The Shape of Darkness… About the Book: As the age of the photograph dawns in Victorian Bath, silhouette artist Agnes is struggling to keep her business afloat. Still recovering from a serious illness herself, making enough money to support her elderly mother and her orphaned nephew Cedric has never been easy, but then one of … Continue reading Book Review: The Shape of Darkness by Laura Purcell

Book Review: Mrs England by Stacey Halls

Mrs England… About the Book: From the bestselling author of The Familiars and The Foundling comes Stacey Halls' most compelling and ambitious novel to date. West Yorkshire, 1904. When newly graduated nurse Ruby May takes a position looking after the children of Charles and Lilian England, a wealthy couple from a powerful dynasty of mill … Continue reading Book Review: Mrs England by Stacey Halls

Book Review: The Constant Rabbit by Jasper Fforde

The Constant Rabbit... About the Book: Jasper Fforde's new fantastical satire: what happens when a family of human-sized, human-like rabbits moves in next door? Peter Knox lives quietly in one of those small country villages that's up for the Village Garden of the Year award. Until Doc and Constance Rabbit move in next door, upsetting … Continue reading Book Review: The Constant Rabbit by Jasper Fforde

Book Review: One Split Second by Caroline Bond

One Split Second... About the Book: The final goodbye is the hardest... When a car carrying five teenagers home from a party crashes into a brick wall, the consequences are devastating - not just for the young people directly involved, but also for their families, their friends and the wider community. No one escapes unscathed, … Continue reading Book Review: One Split Second by Caroline Bond