Book Review: Beth O’Leary’s “The Flat Share”

My last read of July, I actually finished this a few days ago now, but I’ve been a bit too lazy to write a review – but here it is! Much like my previous book – The Hating Game – this was another out-of-character delve into a romance novel, and – surprisingly – another thatContinue reading “Book Review: Beth O’Leary’s “The Flat Share””

Book Review: Sharon Bolton’s “The Split”

In an effort to get through my rather lengthy ‘to be read’ list at the moment, I seem to be alternating between light-hearted, not-too-much-brain-power-is-required reads and – of course – thrillers. Following up from the relaxing Yours Cheerfully, I decided to dive into The Split, one that has been on my shelf for a whileContinue reading “Book Review: Sharon Bolton’s “The Split””

Book Review: Harlan Coben’s “Just One Look”

Now, I’m fully aware this isn’t a recent release… Published in 2004, by all accounts I would have only been 6 when this first hit the shelves, and that book review (hopefully) wouldn’t have had much on this one (again, hopefully – I can only hope my writing now is a little better than myContinue reading “Book Review: Harlan Coben’s “Just One Look””

Book Review: Ramona Jones’ “Escape into Cottagecore”

Scrolling through my Instagram feed a couple of days ago, I was shamefully lured in by a targeted advertisement for this charming little book. Despite protests of those who continue to fruitlessly defend their data and privacy in the information age, I’m actually not too bothered about targeted ads – I mean, they’re taking myContinue reading “Book Review: Ramona Jones’ “Escape into Cottagecore””