I love reading book reviews and I follow so many book bloggers on Facebook and on Instagram. The hype about The Book of Love was huge. It seems like I was the only one who didn’t own a copy of and I couldn’t let that be for any longer.
Rarely would I buy short story books but I like Cecelia Ahern’s books and when I saw Roar in my local bookshop I didn’t think much before buying it.
It’s hard not to empathise with the lovely characters of this book. I have read a lot of good reviews of A Thousand Roads Home and yet I was simply not ready for the heartbreaking story.
A romantic novel with a touch of magic.
The sequence of the Oh My Got What a Complete Aisling is even more intriguing although the first one was hilarious and charming. Aisling is dealing with a diversity of emotions and she appears to be braver than she believes.
I have been reading all of Khaled Hosseini books – The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns and And The Mountains Echoed. All of them are heartbreaking. The stories just stick in your head and you can’t forget them. The Sea Prayer isn’t different.
Reading this book is like watching Bridget Jones or kind of like it anyhow.
Thanks so much to Patrick Canning, who sent me a copy of his book The Colonel and The Bee. It was interesting for me to read a book from a genre I haven’t look into before – Steampunk genre.
Still Alice is a debut fiction novel. It wasn’t an easy read for me. Maybe because I have seen
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