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Review: The Mystery of the Clockwork Sparrow by Katherine Woodfine

It is no surprise that The Mystery of the Clockwork Sparrow has been everywhere I’ve looked recently, it completely deserves it. I added it to my August reading list because I haven’t read a good children’s book (not picture book… Continue Reading →

Review: A Song for Issy Bradley by Carys Bray

A Song for Issy Bradley was my audiobook for most of August, chosen because it’s a debut and therefore fits with the August Reading Month theme and also because I’ve been meaning to read it for too long. This is… Continue Reading →

Review: The Fishermen by Chigozie Obioma

Another one from the Man Booker Prize Longlist and another which left me not exactly enamoured but not disappointe either. I had no preconceptions about The Fishermen, I hadn’t read much about it and it is Obioma’s first novel (fitting… Continue Reading →

Review: Things We Have In Common by Tasha Kavanagh

Things We Have In Common is Tasha Kavanagh’s debut novel and it’s one which was brought to my attention, first on Netgalley and then because of its Not The Booker Prize shortlisting (congrats!). I love the Not The Booker and I’m… Continue Reading →

Not Reviewing

Sometimes I don’t think I want to write a review of something I’ve read and so sometimes, even books which I am crazy about and have been amongst my favourites, are missing from this blog. In the past one of… Continue Reading →

Review: Higher Ed by Tessa McWatt (Official Blog Tour)

Eek, I haven’t done a blog tour in ages, it’s quite exciting and I was really pleased when Scribe Publications asked if I’d get involved with the tour of Tessa McWatt’s latest novel Higher Ed. Higher Ed appealed to me… Continue Reading →

Review: The Green Road by Anne Enright

I have read six of the Booker Prize Longlist novels now, which was my aim and only one really appeals from the remaining few. Of the six I’ve read, I have a storming-ahead-favourite, a very-very-good second place and the others,… Continue Reading →

Review: The Human Script by Johnny Rich

The Human Script came to me thanks to its author and it’s the kind of novel which I wouldn’t naturally move towards, not sure why, it just didn’t scream out to me but I gave it a go regardless and… Continue Reading →

Review: Three Brothers by Peter Ackroyd

Without the school run to sort out every day my audiobook reading has been limited but I am still enjoying the time I do get to listen and occasionally think of swapping out my bath book for an audiobook instead… Continue Reading →

Four Favourite Debuts (of the last decade…)

Another Four Books post, once again tied in with the Reading Month, which this time is Debut novels. I am slowly but surely reading a debut or two this month but in line with this, I thought I’d share some… Continue Reading →

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