‘There’s something about death that gets under your skin and destroys you from the inside. Nobody warns you about it
Before I knew Mr Swanson, I had no idea how enjoyable the cat-and-mouse games were to read. I still remember
Today it’s my stop on Will Carver’s Good Samaritans blog tour and I am pretty excited to talk about this
I sometimes do gambling with a book. I pick it up, never heard of it before, never heard of the
Laura is working in an advertising agency. She is face blind, a medical condition where one cannot remember/recognise the faces.
I’ve decided to push myself to a new reading challenge for Man Booker Prize 2018. I am not scared. I
There is a reason Hilary Mantel won the Booker Prize twice. She is an amazing writer. In Beyond Black she
I listened The Sudden Departure of the Frasers by Louise Candlish on Audible and really enjoyed it. I think I
The Man in the Middle Floor is told between perspectives of 3 different people living in a building, each on
Felicia Yap’s Yesterday is another debut fresh out of Faber and Faber’s famous London course. It is advertised by the idea
It took less than six months for everything to fall apart. That’s how Darling, a debut novel by Rachel Edwards opens.
I loved everything I read from Peter Swanson so far. The Kind Worth Killing, Her Every Fear (my favourite among