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Welcome to Lagos by Chibundu Onuzo

#BookReviewer. There was something about the cover of this book which I really liked and @FaberBooks kindly whizzed this book over to me via @NetGalley and written by @ChibunduOnuzo. 253 more words


Her Every Fear – Peter Swanson

The scene is set in Her Every Fear with Karen Priddy, a woman who had been subjected to a traumatic attack by her ex-boyfriend arranging to swap her flat in London for Corbin Dell’s apartment in Boston. 638 more words

Books I Have Read

Guest Review - How I Became A North Korean | Krys Lee

  • Title: How I Became a North Korean
  • Author: Krys Lee
  • Publisher: Faber & Faber
  • Release date: August 2nd 2016
  • Pages: 246


Yongju is an accomplished student from one of North Korea’s most prominent families. 1,141 more words


Review: Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton

“Tell me that and we’ll go. Right now. Save ourselves and leave this place to burn. Tell me that’s how you want your story to go and we’ll write it straight across the sand.” 588 more words


BOOK REVIEW: Grief Is The Thing With Feathers by Max Porter

On occasion you come across a book that is so mesmeric, so delicate, intricate and beautiful that awe is the only appropriate response.

Grief is the thing with feathers… 663 more words


Book Review: A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis

I read a review of A Grief Observed recently that suggested this is a book read primarily by the bereaved and I think that’s a pretty fair assessment. 361 more words

Book Reviews

The Wolf Border by Sarah Hall

The increasing extinction of various species in the UK and around the world is something that preoccupies me immensely. When listening to Sarah Hall speak about The Wolf Border at the Balham Literary Festival earlier this year, I think everyone in the room, felt captivated by this possibility that wolves could return the UK. 505 more words