With its compelling and poignant narrative structure, Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi offers stunning explorations of slavery's legacy and the powerful bonds of family.
What did I think of The Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher? Find out in my review!
My latest review is of The Paying Guests, by Sarah Waters (2014). When Frances Wray and her mother decided to take in paying lodgers, they could never have anticipated how much their lives would change. Read my full review here:
Philippa Gregory's novel, The Other Boleyn Girl, has enjoyed worldwide acclaim since its initial 2001 publication. HarperCollins have released this gripping novel in audiobook format. Find out what I thought about it here!
Stay With Me is one of the most moving novels I’ve probably ever read, with a vibrant cast of characters that bring this Yoruba community in Nigeria to life. This is going to be a long review: I’ll do my best to avoid proper spoilers, but some small ones may filter through. I have many thoughts!
This psychological thriller is a compelling read, a remarkable debut to the genre by Claire Allan. When a young woman is hit by a speeding car, a community is left in stunned grief. But one onlooker takes more of an interest in the young woman’s death - and life - than anyone, and soon finds herself overwhelmed by what she discovers.
People often profess to love reading because books open their eyes to new ways of seeing and living in our world. This compelling debut novel by Joe Heap does exactly that, exploring what it means to see the world anew.