The Family Holiday by Elizabeth Noble

Hello and happy Monday! Today I’m sharing my thoughts on The Family Holiday by Elizabeth Noble as part of the #blogtour 💫 ✨ Synopsis The Chamberlain family used to be close. Charlie and Daphne were happily married, and their children Laura, Scott and Nick were inseparable. But then, inevitably, the children grew up and theirContinue reading “The Family Holiday by Elizabeth Noble”

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

Hello bookish friends!  Today it’s my pleasure to be sharing my #WhatsTurningMyPages review of The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett with you! ✨ Synopsis The Vignes twin sisters will always be identical. But after growing up together in a small, southern black community and running away at age sixteen, it’s not just the shape of theirContinue reading “The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett”

Heatstroke by Hazel Barkworth

Hello bookish friends!  Today it’s my pleasure to be sharing my #WhatsTurningMyPages review of Heatstroke by Hazel Barkworth with you! ✨ Synopsis This summer burns with secrets… It is too hot to sleep. To work. To be questioned time and again by the police. At the beginning of a stifling, sultry summer, everything shifts irrevocably whenContinue reading “Heatstroke by Hazel Barkworth”

The Cabinet of Calm by Paul Anthony Jones

Hello bookish friends!  We’re at the end of May, which has been Mental Health Awareness Month.   🌿  I am a huge fan of words, and so was delighted when Ella Chapman and Elliot and Thompson kindly gifted me a copy of The Cabinet of Calm by Paul Anthony Jones. Synopsis Sometimes we all needContinue reading “The Cabinet of Calm by Paul Anthony Jones”

Dear Child by Romy Hausmann

Hello bookish friends!  Today it’s my pleasure to be sharing my #WhatsTurningMyPages review of Dear Child by Romy Hausmann with you!✨ Synopsis You escaped. But your nightmare has just begun. A windowless shack in the woods. Lena’s life and that of her two children follows the rules set by their captor, the father: meals, bathroomContinue reading “Dear Child by Romy Hausmann”

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