A mega change from The Couple Next Door which I read earlier this year... a big YAY from me, great for thriller seekers where you will be kept guessing until the end!
A sadly annoying, disjointed novel from Liane Moriarty - keep your expectations low compared to what I did after the success of Big Little Lites
A hard slog of a novel full of implicit meaning and a dark storyline of a spiteful relationship between mother and daughter.
A witty read by the late Nora Ephron, a successful New York based journalist who reveals her experiences of being a woman which some of us are perhaps a bit too afraid (and ashamed?) to admit. So what if we feel bad about our necks?
A gripping piece of autofiction from the very first page. Prepare to squirm in your seat as Krauze details his own experiences from being in a London gang, and how he got out (just)...
A motivational self-help memoir by Dragons' Den's new addition, Steven Bartlett, host of The Diary of a CEO podcast and the Founder and former CEO of the successful Social Chain group
Part literary, part sci-fi, part dystopian - Ishiguro's novel for 2021 explores the meaning of life and what it actually means to be human as told through robot Klara's eyes. Do we really live mundane lives?
A confusing novel by the late John Le Carré - espionage, thriller, mystery and suspense. Can someone please tell me what I've missed - what is the actual story?!
A beautiful, yet tragically flawed story for Ian McEwan's characters, as thirteen-year-old Briony Tallis spends a lifetime trying to atone for her foolish actions, all from a misunderstanding from a family dinner that ruins the lives of many...
A safe crime-thriller novel (how can those words be in the same sentence?!) that's quick and easy to read, set in the communal Willow Close in Gloucestershire