May Round-Up – The Books I Read In May 2016

In May I read seven books, all of them fiction: A Country Road, A Tree by Jo Baker (Doubleday) – My first read of May was a fictionalised retelling of the life of Irish writer Samuel Baker. With events focusing around the Second World War it is the story of how Samuel adapted to life … Continue reading May Round-Up – The Books I Read In May 2016

The Silent Children by Amna K. Boheim

I had not previously read many ghost stories so I was intrigued by the premise of The Silent Children. The debut novel by Amna K. Boheim is a haunting tale about one family’s history, a history that holds secrets and isn’t always what it seems. ‘There it was, waiting for me. A letter. From her. … Continue reading The Silent Children by Amna K. Boheim