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Adele

Adele - Leila Slimani (translated by Sam Taylor) After reading and loving Lullaby (which for some reason has been renamed The Perfect Nanny), I knew Leila Slimani was going to be one of my go to authors. Adele is her debut novel, which, thanks to the success of Lullaby/The Perfect Nanny, has now been translated… Continue reading Adele

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Don’t You Forget About Me

Don't You Forget About Me - Mhiari Mcfarlane Sorry, I just can't even think about the title without thinking of the Simple Minds and that scene at the end of the Breakfast Club when Judd Nelson punches the air. Good times. Even better times is the fact that this book deserves to be up there… Continue reading Don’t You Forget About Me

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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