Book Review | Freckles by Cecelia Ahern

⭐⭐⭐ ✨(3.25/5) [ad • review copy] Received via NetGalley. 'You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with' Allegra, nicknamed Freckles, lives a well-structured life. She knows where she should be at each time of the day, and knows who she will encounter, but one day someone unexpected says a … Continue reading Book Review | Freckles by Cecelia Ahern

Audiobook Review | The Snow Song by Sally Gardner, read by Amanda Bright

⭐⭐⭐✨✨(3.75/5) TW: alcoholism, rapeEdith lives in a village dominated by men; her father, a drunk, controlls her life, and the village elders, all men, control the village. One day, Edith meets a shephard and falls in love. The shephard promises to return to the village to marry Edith after he has tended to his flock, … Continue reading Audiobook Review | The Snow Song by Sally Gardner, read by Amanda Bright

Book Review | The Idea of You by Robinne Lee

⭐⭐✨✨(2.75/5) [ad • review copy] Received via NetGalley.When Solène's ex-husband tells her that he cannot take their daughter, Isabelle, to a concert and meet and greet for world-famous boyband August Moon, none of them realise that Solène acting as chaperone instead will be the start of something big. Meeting Hayes Campbell, a member of August … Continue reading Book Review | The Idea of You by Robinne Lee

Audiobook Review | This Lovely City by Louise Hare, read by Karise Yansen and Theo Solomon

⭐⭐⭐⭐✨(4.5/5)TW: racism, death of child, rapeSet in post-war Britain, after the arrival of the Empire Windrush, This Lovely City follows Lawrie as he navigates his new life in London. Lawrie has found a home, work and has fallen for his neighbour, Evie, but a terrible discovery is going to bring up secrets, bad feelings, and … Continue reading Audiobook Review | This Lovely City by Louise Hare, read by Karise Yansen and Theo Solomon