Month: June 2021

This Is How We Are Human by Louise Beech

This Is How We Are Human by Louise Beech

*deep breath* Sigh. How can I describe a book as stunningly beautiful as This Is How We Are Human? How do I summarise, without resorting to superfluous language, the complex relationships of its main characters? Can I do this novel justice without writing an opus of my own? The honest answer is – I don’t […]

Posted June 24, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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Let’s Fly by Giles Fraser

Let’s Fly by Giles Fraser

There comes a time in every person’s life where they’ve got to put their hand on their hearts and admit they’ve cocked up. How that person then deals with that admission usually dictates how the rest of their lives are going to play out. Unfortunately for Nick, the main protagonist of Let’s Fly, his inability […]

Posted June 23, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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Mary Jane By Jessica Anya Blau

Mary Jane By Jessica Anya Blau

Mary Jane It’s Summer, 1975, in a post-Watergate America. The Vietnam War has just ended, The Rocky Horror Picture Show debuts on Broadway, and the release of Jaws heralds the birth of the modern blockbuster. However, none of this has impacted one quiet household in suburban Roland Park, Baltimore. The respectable and proper household of […]

Posted June 16, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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The Country Village Summer Fete by Cathy Lake

The Country Village Summer Fete by Cathy Lake

The Country Village Summer Fete Who hasn’t dreamt of leaving the rat race for a cosy, quaint cottage in the country? Well in Cathy Lake’s latest from Little Bramble, The Country Village Summer Fete, you can live vicariously through Emma. On the verge of 50, she’s given a huge wake-up call after finding herself in […]

Posted June 14, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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