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 →

Eleanor & Park, Rainbow Rowell

This little novel is a teen fiction and romance set in the 80’s that follows two kids, unsurprisingly called Eleanor & Park. Set in high school, these kids are living the stereotypical teenage hell, fending off bullies and just trying to get through the day under the radar. But these two have some extra problems... Continue Reading →

Bruny, Heather Rose

Bruny is a political satire that follows a bit of a futuristic time in Tasmania, Australia. In this future a lot of things that are happening in the world now have taken a turn for the worse and Australia is massively in debt and core services like health and education are underfunded. We kick off... Continue Reading →

The Danish Girl, David Ebershoff

The Danish Girl, is one of those rare times when I read the book after I’d already seen the movie. I didn’t really remember the specifics of the movie other than the fact that I enjoyed it, yet also found it quite sad. So those were my expectations going in, and they are pretty much... Continue Reading →

Dirty Letters, Vi Keeland

This was a romance that I wanted to love but unfortunately only liked. I’ve read most of Vi Keeland’s books and whilst I’ve loved some, just as many have only been 3 star reads for me. I do love how most of her books are stand alone and that they are all different, dealing with... Continue Reading →

The Paris Secret, Natasha Lester

The Paris Secret was an enjoyable, and dare I say, relatively light World War Two novel that focuses on the perspectives of two women, one in the past and one present day. Jumping back and forth, we have two concurrent stories throughout the entire novel, that each have their own characters, complications and resolutions. In... Continue Reading →

Remember Me?, Sophie Kinsella

Sophie Kinsella is one of my favourite authors and I love and reread so many of her books. It is on that note, that while I enjoyed this one, I didn’t love it anywhere near as much as some of the others. Remember Me has a great premise which sees a 25 year old girl,... Continue Reading →

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