I’ve literally just finished The Zero And The One and it’s got my head in a bit of a whirl. This is a novel that has definitely got under my skin. It is dark; it…

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I love a complex dramatic story so when I was invited to take part in the blog tour of Suzanne Leal’s debut novel The Teacher’s Secret I jumped at the chance. The title and the…

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I love young adult (YA) fiction, marking out a few as some of my favourite reads of all time. This includes Junk by Melvin Burgess which portrays the reality of heroin addiction. Hence when I…

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Originally published in 2010, I can’t believe I have missed The Woman Before Me until now as it is a brilliant psychological thriller; probably one of the best I have ever read. To mark a…

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Set in the African landscape, Fire on the Mountain is a novel about identity and finding yourself. It centres around the character Nick, an NGO worker who finds himself in a nameless African city. Emotionally…

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