October Wrap Up / November TBR

October is over? This year is going scarily quick, isn’t it? I did read a few great books this month; stand out for me was Normal People – Sally Rooney’s writing ability is just off the scale. She taps into those tiny emotions we all have with such ease and elegance that you can’t help […]

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Review: The Wisdom of Sally Red Shoes by Ruth Hogan

Published in 2018 by Two Roads / 326 pages Opening sentence: “The old woman fills her lungs with the crisp autumn air, throws open her arms and exhales a flawless top C.” The Wisdom of Sally Red Shoes is Ruth Hogan’s second book. Having read – and loved – her debut, The Keeper of Lost […]

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WWW Wednesday: 22nd August 2018

It’s WWW Wednesday time! Hosted by blogger Sam over at Taking on a World of Words, if you’d like to join in (this is a weekly meme but I’m averaging monthly posts on it so far, so it’s fully flexible) all you have to do is answer the three questions below and pop your blog link […]

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Review: The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan Opening sentence: “Charles Bramwell Brockley was travelling alone and without a ticket on the 14:42 from London Bridge to Brighton.” Don’t you just love it when you finish a book and realise it’s unlike any other you’ve read? The Keeper of Lost Things was such a revelation, with […]

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