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

In September I read and reviewed six books, all fiction: Disclaimer by Renee Knight (Transworld) – This is a gripping psychological thriller with an interesting premise. Catherine settles down with a book only to discover that its events bare a chilling similarity with her own life, including something that no-one else should know. Alternating between … Continue reading September Round-Up – The Books I Read In September 2015

The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood

The latest novel by Margaret Atwood is the story of a couple trying to adjust to life in the midst of an economic crisis. Stan and Charmaine are forced to live in a car, are vulnerable to the threat of gangs and struggle to make ends meet on the meagre proceeds from Charmaine’s bar work. Then, a chance … Continue reading The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood