Category: Book Reviews.

Book Review: A Good Enough Mother by Bev Thomas

Book Review: A Good Enough Mother by Bev Thomas

I originally read A Good Enough Mother by Bev Thomas with the intentions of including it in a mother’s day book recommendations wrap-up. I thought it would be perfectly suited for this purpose; it has the word “mother” in the title and it’s all...
Book Review: The Strays by Emily Bitto

Book Review: The Strays by Emily Bitto

Last year, a book called The Italian Teacher by Tom Rachman was released, it was all about a famous artist and the people who circled around him. It also had a beautiful cover; a collage of vibrantly coloured paints splashed onto a canvas. Similar to that book, The...
Book Review: Nobody Cares by Anne T. Donahue

Book Review: Nobody Cares by Anne T. Donahue

I knew I’d like Nobody Cares by Anne T. Donahue before I even opened the front cover. Why? Please refer to my list below: The author Anne T. Donahue has the same first name as me, AND we’re the same age, so obviously we are soul sisters.She grew up in and...
Book Review: The Unforgotten by Laura Powell

Book Review: The Unforgotten by Laura Powell

How do you feel about books that jump from one time period to another? Is it jarring? Does it annoy you when it’s in a suspense novel especially? Of course it does, when you’re on the cusp of a cliff (hanger), you want to leap to the next page as quickly...
Book Review: The Golden Tresses of the Dead by Alan Bradley

Book Review: The Golden Tresses of the Dead by Alan Bradley

What’s that you say? Another Alan Bradley book? Why yes please! The Golden Tresses of the Dead by Alan Bradley is the tenth installment in the Flavia de Luce series, which begins after a short period of time has gone by since the last Flavia book, The...
Book Review: Dear Evelyn by Kathy Page

Book Review: Dear Evelyn by Kathy Page

I love a good work of fiction that focuses on marriage. Do I want to read a true story about marriage? Not particularly. But do I want to read about a fake couple and all the trouble they have without feeling guilty or voyeuristic? Absolutely. This is one of the...