Fall of Giants

Fall of Giants

On a weekend in late March my partner and I went to Arundel for the day and found ourselves browsing in a fabulous secondhand bookshop…

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Hygge and Lykke

Hygge and Lykke

A weekend afternoon when I had hurt my lower back and had been told not to walk or run, seemed like the perfect time to…

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Kate Atkinson is one of my favourite authors (see my previous blogs on Addiction to Crime Fiction, Reading the latest from your favourite authors and A God…

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So Much Life Left Over

So Much Life Left Over

So Much Life Left Over by Louis de Bernieres picks up where the wonderful The Dust That Falls from Dreams left us (see my blog), with Rosie and…

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When the Future Comes Too Soon

When the Future Comes Too Soon

I hugely enjoyed reading The Woman Who Breathed Two Worlds by Selina Siak Chin Yoke a few months ago and had saved the sequel When the Future Comes…

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The Stranger Diaries

The Stranger Diaries

On returning from holiday in April, I indulged myself by reading the new hardback by Elly Griffiths (see my blog on her Ruth Galloway series) - The Stranger…

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The Strawberry Thief

The Strawberry Thief

In the airport on my way on holiday to Malaysia I stopped in the bookshop and saw that Joanne Harris had a new hardback out…

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Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup

Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup

I read Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou after binge-listening to the podcast The Drop Out about Elizabeth Holmes…

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The Salt Path

The Salt Path

I had been looking forward to reading The Salt Path by Raynor Winn as it is about a couple walking the South West Coastal Path…

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The Women Who Breathed Two Worlds

The Women Who Breathed Two Worlds

My Mum recommended I read The Woman Who Breathed Two Worlds by Selina Siak Chin Yoke, as she knows how much I enjoy reading historical fiction or…

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