Nine Perfect Strangers, Liane Moriarty

Nine Perfect Stranger is a true ensemble novel that follows the lives of nine people, who find themselves guests at the same health retreat all seeking something to better their lives in some way. We meet and spend time with each guest, getting to know them, their motivations, and their deep dark secrets. Driven by... Continue Reading →

The Silent Patient, Alex Michaelides

The Silent Patient is one of those books I have seen floating around everywhere and have had sitting on my shelf for a good while. I finally picked it up, and dived right in having read pretty much no reviews or blurbs about it. So as always going in blind is a good idea with... Continue Reading →

Bad Blood, John Carreyrou

I love, love, loved this book. I haven’t read anything like it and I was so engrossed in everything that was happening, I just not could not put it down. I always had this idea in my head when I was younger that non fiction books were boring. I know thats not always the case... Continue Reading →

The Au Pair, Emma Rous

Unfortunately for me, The Au Pair was only alright… which I’m not enjoying saying. I had high hopes for The Au Pair which tells the story of a family who live on a country estate shrouded in rumours and mystery. Seraphine Meyers has no photos of herself as a child. In fact, there’s none of... Continue Reading →

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