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Those Pleasant Girls

Those Pleasant Girls by Lia Weston

Book Review Those Pleasant Girls by Lia Weston   What do you do when life turns upside down? When it seems that the only option is to move, dragging your unenthusiastic 16 year old daughter behind you. Where do you go? Back [...]

May 11, 2017
The Shadow Sister Lucinda Riley

The Shadow Sister by Lucinda Riley

Book Review The Shadow Sister by Lucinda Riley The Shadow Sister is the third book in the Seven Sisters series.  A well-researched book that is both a work of fiction and an historical journey. Some names and places are real, historical [...]

March 27, 2017
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The Mother’s Promise by Sally Hepworth

Book review of The Mother’s Promise by Sally Hepworth Sally Hepworth’s latest book, The Mothers Promise is a bittersweet story. It is sensitive in the writing while taking the reader on an emotional journey. With only a small cluster of characters [...]

March 27, 2017
House of New Beginnings

The House of New Beginnings by Lucy Diamond

Book Review The House of New Beginnings by Lucy Diamond The House of New Beginnings is not the first Lucy Diamond book I have read. As with the other books Lucy Diamond has again fashioned a story around everyday people. Her [...]

February 27, 2017

True Colours by Kristin Hannah

Book review: True Colours by Kristin Hannah In True Colours Kristin Hannah delivers a tough story focussed on three sisters Winona, Aurora and Vivi Ann Grey, living in rural Washington State with their cold and detached father. An emotionless man, who [...]

January 15, 2017

To The Sea by Christine Dibley

Book Review – To The Sea by Christine Dibley Christine Dibley’s debut novel, ‘To the Sea’ is a fast paced novel that weaves family dynamics, police procedure and Irish mythical folklore into a story that is both spellbinding and imaginative. The [...]

January 9, 2017
The Fence

The Fence by Meredith Jaffé

The Fence by Meredith Jaffé Meredith Jaffé’s book The Fence will strike a note with anyone who has lived in suburbia, has had a neighbour, built a fence, had a tree or shrub that creeps onto the property next door and [...]

October 23, 2016
truly madly guilty

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

This was the first Liane Moriaty book I’ve read. I’ve heard good (actually great) things about her books so I was excited to sink my teeth into Truly Madly Guilty which is Moriaty’s latest novel. The book was slow-ish to [...]

August 14, 2016
Review Di Morrisey Rain Music

Rain Music by Di Morrissey

Book review Rain Music by Di Morrissey Di Morrissey’s new book, Rain Music, showcases panoramic Far North Queensland. It is refreshing to read a book with a setting outside a major centre or bustling city. As is Di Morrissey’s style [...]

January 2, 2016
We Never Asked for Wings Book Review

We Never Asked for Wings

We Never Asked for Wings by Vanessa Diffenbaugh – Book Review Being a parent is no easy task, as Letty Espinosa discovers when her parents, without warning, up and leave her and her children to return to Mexico. Pleading for them [...]

August 31, 2015