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How to be Famous

How to Be Famous - Caitlin Moran This could very easily become a very gushy essay about how much I love Caitlin Moran, so you'll have to excuse me if my inner fangirl bursts forth. I love Caitlin Moran. I love this book and the one that came before it and if you take anything… Continue reading How to be Famous

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Codename Villenelle and No Tomorrow

Codename Villenelle and No Tomorrow - Luke Jennings Like pretty much everyone else in the world, I watched and loved Killing Eve, which was adapted from a series of short stories by Luke Jennings. I'm not sure if the decision to turn those stories into full length novels or the TV show came first, but… Continue reading Codename Villenelle and No Tomorrow

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The Last

The Last - Hanna Jameson An apocalyptic end of the world story with an additional murder mystery wrapped up in it? Well, colour me interested. This reminded me of The Shining crossed with High Rise crossed with Station Eleven and And Then there were None. It makes for an interesting post-apocalyptic end of the world… Continue reading The Last

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Floored

Floored - Sara Barnard, Holly Bourne, Tayna Byrne, Non Pratt, Melinda Salisbury, Lisa Williamson and Eleanor Wood I read the sample of this last time I went to YALC, so I was eager to read the full thing, which is why I requested this the moment I saw it on Netgalley. The Breakfast Club meets One Day in Floored, a… Continue reading Floored

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From Twinkle, with love

From Twinkle, with love - Sandhya Menon From the author of When Dimple Met Rishi, we have a fun new YA rom-com and this was seriously cute af. Aspiring filmmaker and wallflower Twinkle Mehra has stories she wants to tell and universes she wants to explore, if only the world would listen. So when fellow… Continue reading From Twinkle, with love

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The Distance Between Me and the Cherry Tree

The Distance Between Me and the Cherry Tree - Paola Perretti This is the semi autobiographical story of Mafalda, a nine year old girl who has recently found out she will soon be blind, this follows her from the moment of her diagnosis, showing the impact this has on her and her family. Mafalda is… Continue reading The Distance Between Me and the Cherry Tree

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Whistle in the dark

Whistle in the Dark - Emma Healey If you're looking for a thriller or a suspenseful mystery, don't be fooled by the blurb of this, however, if you're in the mood for an introspective domestic drama, this is the one. Emma Healey follows the success of her #1 internationally bestselling debut novel Elizabeth Is Missing, winner… Continue reading Whistle in the dark