Book Reviews

Dreamland by Nancy Bilyeau

Coney Island, 1911. Peggy Battenberg, along with thousands of other revellers, is planning on spending summer at America’s playground. But Peggy, heiress to a massive fortune, is unlike the other inhabitants of Coney Island that summer; her family is in the middle of a crisis…

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The Passengers by John Marrs

The Passengers by John Marrs is a futuristic, science fiction technothriller that is absolutely mesmerising. Sometime in the near future, driverless cars are now mandated in Britain. The public has been reassured these cars are not only hacker proof but will save lives due to fewer accidents. Which…

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Vegetarian by Han Kang

Yeong-hye the younger sister, unexpectedly breaks cultural mores and declares herself a vegetarian one day, leading to her husband’s confusion and anger over his wife’s new “tactics”. However, you can also see that she does not force her new change on anyone nor does she…

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Bag Ladies by Jean Lant

If you are someone who’s looking for a quick read of a short thriller based on true life events, then ‘Bag Ladies’ by Jean Lant will not disappoint you.  This book about two witty, humorous and strong ladies going through hell and back for the…

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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…