My A-Z Of Books – A

Hello everyone, To mark the fact I have been book blogging for five years, I have decided to do an A-Z series of posts based on all the books I have read in that time, and about blogging in general. It felt like a fun idea! These posts will include all of the most significant … Continue reading My A-Z Of Books – A

Book Review – Cunning Women by Elizabeth Lee

Pages: 382 Published: 22nd April 2021 Genre: Historical Fiction Trigger warnings: Animal death/cruelty, suicide, allusions to rape, misogyny Lancashire, 1620. Young Sarah Haworth and her family live as outcasts. They are 'cunning folk', feared by the local villagers by day, but called upon under cover of darkness for healing balms and spells. Against the odds, love blossoms when Sarah … Continue reading Book Review – Cunning Women by Elizabeth Lee

Book Review – The One Hundred Years Of Lenni And Margot by Marianne Cronin

Pages: 372 Published: 1st June 2021 Genre: General Fiction Trigger warnings: Terminal illness storyline, child death Life is short. No-one knows that better than seventeen year old Lenni living on the terminal ward. But as she is about to learn, it's not only what you make of life that matters, but who you share it with. Dodging doctor's orders, … Continue reading Book Review – The One Hundred Years Of Lenni And Margot by Marianne Cronin

TV Adaptation Review – The Confessions Of Frannie Langton

Hello everyone, Back in the summer of 2020 I read The Confessions Of Frannie Langton by Sara Collins. It was a remarkably powerful and moving character portrait written with immense depth, also containing a forbidden romance and an intriguing murder mystery. Frannie Langton herself has such a unique and sophisticated voice, and her strength as a character … Continue reading TV Adaptation Review – The Confessions Of Frannie Langton

Book Review – The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman

Pages: 408 Published: 15th September 2022 Genre: Mystery Trigger warnings: Suicide, drugs references It is an ordinary Thursday, and things should finally be returning to normal. Except trouble is never far away where the Thursday Murder Club are concerned. A local news legend is on the hunt for a sensational headline, and soon the gang are hot on the trail … Continue reading Book Review – The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman