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
Having enjoyed the Netflix Heartstopper TV adaptation, I wanted to read the source material. Continue reading This week I’m reading: Heartstopper (Volume 1) by Alice Oseman
The line blurs between the past and the present; do our memories remain locked up in physical locations that no longer resemble those places as we remembered them, or are we prisoners of the past, never quite free enough to move on, and forever reminded of the past by walking down the streets of our youth? Continue reading This week I’m reading: Cat’s Eye by Margaret Atwood
This book deals with big issues – being who you really are; transitioning from male to female; suicide; first loves; surviving high school; LGBTQ representation; bullying; family struggles. Continue reading This week I’m reading: If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo
Best described as: darkly comic. A very entertaining book! Continue reading This week I’m reading: My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite
I loved every page and enjoyed getting to know the formidable Elizabeth Zott; a woman ahead of her time in more ways than one. Continue reading This week I’m reading: Lessons In Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus
What were my most viewed posts in May? All is revealed… Continue reading My Top Five Blog Posts this month
May was a bumper month for reading; I got through six books, including YA fiction, a thriller, historical fiction and memoir. What have you been reading? Continue reading Reading round-up: what did you read this month?