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

Crooked Heart by Lissa Evans

Set during the Second World War, Lissa Evans’ fourth novel for adults is the charming story of two very different people who are brought together in unusual circumstances. “Hobbies are for people who don’t read books” In the prologue we meet Noel Bostock, a ten year old orphaned boy who lives with his godmother, Mattie. … Continue reading Crooked Heart by Lissa Evans