LITTLE by Edward Carey

Book 11 of 2019 Historical Fiction at its finest. ‘Little’ is based on the childhood/early adulthood of Madame Tussaud and how she came to be the woman we all know and love today. Born in 1761, the story slowly (that’s a good thing) tells us about her upbringing and how she came to live with…

Lifestyle Post – Food Expectations

Something a little bit different today. This post is regarding Food and our Expectations around it. As children we are all taught to finish what is on our plates before we can have dessert. I get it. We don’t want waste and we don’t want our children just eating sugar. They’re still hungry but they’re…

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Book 10 of 2019 This book had been recommended by so many people via Bookstagram, I just HAD to read it. I am so glad I did, because it did not disappoint me. The twist at the end is just incredible. When I suddenly clicked what was happening I couldn't believe it. NO SPOILERS here…

The Good Samaritan by John Marrs

Book 7 of 2019. The Good Samaritan is now the fourth book I have read by John Marrs. Whilst this wasn't my favourite of his, I still really enjoyed it and would highly recommend it. (You can see my other reviews on the home page!) I downloaded this book on Kindle and I always prefer…

‘Like China’ by Vanessa Streete

Book 6 of 2019 I will start by saying how much I LOVED this book. However, it didn’t quite start out that way. Because I ended up being both busy and very tired at the same time, when I first picked up this book, I really struggled to get into. Chapter two had me in…

The BookLoveLife Book Club

Hi Everyone I just wanted to let you all know that I have started a Book Club over on Facebook. It is quite simply called, Booklovelife book club. It is a closed group so you will need to request to join, but I will accept anybody. All are welcome but I do reserve the right…

The Passengers by John Marrs

Book 5 of 2019. Where to start... I was incredibly lucky to be gifted this book by Penguin Random House and I will be eternally grateful that I got to be one of the first people to read it. John Marrs is probably most well known for his book ‘The One’. It is due to…