The Perfect Wife by J.P. Delaney

The Perfect Wife by JP Delaney is a mesmerising novel that is part science fiction,  part mystery and completely enthralling.  Confession time: I am not a sci-fi fan but I ABSOLUTELY LOVED this domestic mystery. Tim Scott is a Silicon Valley billionaire whose tech company works primarily with designing robots to interact with the public in various ways. He…

Salt Slow by Julia Armfield

Once upon a time, I was a person who made the bold claim: ‘I don’t like short stories.’ Imagine that, just writing off a whole genre like that! In the past whenever I dabbled in short story collections (which wasn’t even that often so I’m not actually sure how I came to this conclusion), I…

The Minimalist Babe by Lola Ray Marie

‘Echoing the thoughts behind Leonardo Da Vinci’s quote that “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” The Minimalist Babe teaches you how to value the simple things. From learning to declutter and live with less to living life with passion, good health, and great relationships.’ As a book juggler, I juggle between many books at a time…

The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah

“Alaska isn’t about who you were when you headed this way. It’s about who you become.”   Set in the late 1900’s, The Great Alone follows the story of the search for solitude, and the revelations that come with living with nothing but yourself.   The Allbrights have lived everywhere, and seen everything. Ernt Allbright…

Happening by Annie Ernaux

It’s unfortunate that a book centred around the author undergoing an abortion in 1963 and all the difficulties and trauma that came with it is still so startling relevant in today’s society. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have seen all the news regarding abortion reform, with women’s rights and choices regarding their…

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