The Theory Of (Not Quite) Everything; heart wrenching, heart warming and life affirming

I’ve got to be honest with you – I struggled a bit to get into this book. So much so that I put it down at page 38 and decided to pick up another book…

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The Garnett Girls; a sweeping family portrait

If I were asked to sum up The Garnett Girls in three words I would say evocative, authentic and touching. The debut novel from Georgina Moore, this novel is a moving portrayal of the messy…

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This Could Be Everything; hopeful and poignant

You may have been like me growing up and spent your Sunday evenings listening to Bruno Brookes on the radio as he counted down the Top 40 charts on Radio 1. You may have also…

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The Witch and the Tsar; interweaving fantasy with history

I’m fascinated by the historical depictions of women in history, especially women that were deemed witches. So when I was invited to take part in the blog tour of a retelling of the legendary Baba…

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The Two Lives of Sara; a powerful and emotive

When I was approached to take part in the blog tour of The Two Lives of Sara by Catherine Adel West, two things struck me that made me really want to read this book; the…

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