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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

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Ashes

By Christopher de Vinck This book was a very moving, touching, heart breaking and at times quite harrowing. The book is based around true events that happened in Belgium during World War II. It gives you a glimpse of how terrible war really is. Families being torn apart as some go off to fight, while… Continue reading Ashes

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The Twelve Dogs of Christmas

by Lizzie Shane I love a good Christmas themed book, that has a HEA. I did wonder at one point if there was actually going to be a HEA. I'm so glad that it did and that all of the dogs also found their fur-ever homes. There were some really funny parts to this book… Continue reading The Twelve Dogs of Christmas

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Late Love

by Scarlett Hopper I enjoyed this book it's so funny, a true chic lit book through and through. All of the characters are brilliant and just the type of friends you'd want to have. It's light hearted, funny, easy to read and it made me cry. What more could you ask for from a book… Continue reading Late Love