Jamaica Inn

I am a huge fan of Daphne du Maurier and have so far LOVED anything I've read by her. I've been saving Jamaica Inn for a good couple of years now as I knew it would be good. Once you've read a book you never get to read it again for that magical first experience. … Continue reading Jamaica Inn

ARC: How Should One Read a Book?

Today Laurence King Publishing are re-issuing one of Virginia Woolf's most timeless essays: How Should One Read a Book? I was lucky enough to receive an advanced reading copy through Net Galley of this perceptive essay, complete with a fantastic afterword by Sheila Heti, in exchange for my honest review - thank you. How Should … Continue reading ARC: How Should One Read a Book?

Summerwater

Detailed and perceptive. Questioning and elusive. Often uncomfortable and strangely familiar... Summerwater by Sarah Moss Summerwater is set in a Scottish holiday park one very wet summer. The story chronicles the events of the residents through one day. Each chapter is told from 12 different characters points of view, ranging from retired pensioners, middle-aged parents … Continue reading Summerwater