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Madam

by Phoebe Wynne Ok so I did enjoy this book, but would it be a book that I'd pick up and reread? No its not. The story is based in Scotland during the 1990's. Where there are no mobile phones and the only way of communication is via letters or a landline/pay phone. Except this… Continue reading Madam

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Piranesi

by Susanna Clarke I'm sad to say that I was really disappointed with the sample chapters for this book. I loved the "Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell" series when they came out. So I had high hopes for this new book. To be honest I didn't even finish reading the sample chapters. I found the… Continue reading Piranesi

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Friends and Strangers

by J Courtney Sullivan I really really struggle to read this book. I started to read it weeks ago but I've ended up putting it on the back burner. The story is so slow and to be totally honest very boring, so much so I really don't think I will finish the book. I don't… Continue reading Friends and Strangers

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The Sanatorium

by Sarah Pearse I don't read many books in this genre, and I have to say that I'm glad that I read this book. There have only been a handful of books in this genre that I have not been able to work out the ending and this s one of them. The story had… Continue reading The Sanatorium

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Daughters of Night

by Laura Shepherd-Robinson This book was so enjoyable that I couldn't put it down. The style of writing and everything about it reminds me of one of my favourite classical authors Wilkie Collins. I know that this book is set in the 1780's and Wilkie Collins books are set in his life time in the… Continue reading Daughters of Night