Review: Eat, Drink, Run by Bryony Gordon

Opening sentence: “I never thought I was a runner.” I finished reading Eat, Drink, Run last Sunday on the day of the London marathon and seeing as how it’s all about Telegraph journalist Bryony Gordon’s experience running that very race for the first time, that seemed quite serendipitous. (Perhaps randomly as a non-runner, this is […]

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Review: The Betrayals by Fiona Neill

Thank you to NetGalley for the ARC. The Betrayals by Fiona Neill Opening sentence: “Three is a good and safe number.” Narrated by Daisy Rankin, her brother Max, father Nick and mother Rosie, this book is about the consequences of Nick’s affair with Rosie’s best friend, Lisa and how it affects each member of both […]

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Review: Mad Girl – A Happy Life with a Mixed-up Mind

Mad Girl – A Happy Life with a Mixed-up Mind by Bryony Gordon Opening sentence: “I need to be honest with you from the start – because, as you will see, this is an honest book.” Although dealing with serious subject matters – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, depression, alopecia, bulimia and drug use – this manages […]

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