The tension comes from the what happens after the girls disappear; the book gets darker, creepier and more sinister towards the end. Continue reading This week I’m reading: Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay
Margaret Atwood really sums up this book best when she describes it as “Wide Sargasso Sea meets Beloved meets Alias Grace… deep-diving, elegant” Continue reading The Confessions of Frannie Langton
featuring alcoholism, a suicide attempt, prison, the White House and the Black Death (not all in the same book, unfortunately). Continue reading July Reading List: what have you been reading this month?
historical fiction set during a global pandemic… Continue reading This week I’m reading…
I finished reading The Mirror & The Light Continue reading The Mirror & The Light: the masterful conclusion to the Thomas Cromwell trilogy
We have more in common with Henry VIII than you think. Continue reading Self-isolation with Henry VIII
Hot off the press… Continue reading This week I’m reading… Hilary Mantel
what did you read this month? Continue reading April Reading List