November Round-Up – The Books I Read In November 2015

In November I read seven books, six of which are fiction and one is illustrated/children’s fiction – Beside Myself by Ann Morgan (Bloomsbury) – Ann Morgan’s exciting debut novel is a gripping psychological thriller focusing on twin sisters and a childhood prank gone wrong. Touches on themes including identity and mental illness and what can … Continue reading November Round-Up – The Books I Read In November 2015

The Keep by Jennifer Egan

Originally published in 2006, Jennifer Egan’s third novel The Keep is a contemporary take on a horror story. It features stories within stories, different threads that weave together forming a haunting tale of two cousins and their childhood secrets... ‘That’s what death is, Danny thought: wanting to talk to someone and not being able to’ … Continue reading The Keep by Jennifer Egan