Author: Lousia May Alcott Publisher: Signet Classics 2004 Number of pages: 449 Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️ It’s a classic I feel like I should have read before and haven’t. Four sisters: Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy March, are part of a poor but loving family. With their father off to war they have only their mother left … More Book Review: Little Women
Last month I took part in this great bookish meme. Last month I actually read 2 of the 3 books that people voted for because the votes in the comments had so many lovely reviews that I actually read Ready Player One and The Five People You Meet In Heaven. So I am going to … More April: The Nominees
Author: Jimmy Barnes Publisher: HarperCollins # of Pages: 384 Rating: 3 This book popped up on my Goodread recommendations and then I found it on BorrowBox (fantastic free app for audiobooks!). A household name, an Australian rock icon, the elder statesman of Ozrock – there isn’t an accolade or cliche that doesn’t … More Book Review: Working Class Boy
On my quest to read more of the books on my TBRL (to be read list) I have joined in with a fabulous meme hosted by the lovely people at because reading. If you look at my previous post March TBRL – The choices you will find the rules of this meme and the books … More March TBRL – The Winner!
Author: Lisa Jewell Publisher: Century 2017 Rating: 4/5 Why I Read This Book A friend gave me a copy of this book to borrow as she had enjoyed it so much that she read it in a weekend. I love a book that takes over my life for a short period of time! The Blurb … More Book Review: Then She Was Gone
I’ve just spotted this meme and think it’s a GREAT idea and one that’s going to help me finally read some of the books on #MyTBRL (to be read list). This will hopefully curb my lack of will power when walking past bookshops but there are worse vices to have! So I am going to … More March: The Nominees
Author: Jojo Moyes Publisher: Pamela Dorman Books Rating: 3.5/5 When I read the blurb, I was intrigued by the dual story line and decided to give it a go. It helped that another one of this author’s books, Me Before You, is one of my all-time favorites as I managed to hugely invest in the characters. … More Book Review: The Girl You Left Behind