Tag Archive: bestseller

Review: May We Be Forgiven- A.M. Homes

‘How can I tell anyone that there has always lived within me a rusty sense of disgust-a dull, brackish water that I suspect is my soul?’ After reading glowing reviews in its first… Continue reading

Dark Tudor series are finally coming to our screens!

After The Other Boleyn Girl, The Tudors and The White Queen have been splashed across our screens it was only a matter of time before Hilary Mantel’s award-winning novels made an appearance too.… Continue reading

Review: Tigers in Red Weather- Liza Klaussmann

Well it’s been a while since I last wrote a post, I’ve been so unbelievably busy that I haven’t had the time to sit down and write. It’s been a hectic few weeks- especially… Continue reading

Review: Water for Elephants- Sara Gruen

I read this book because as a general rule, I like to read a book before seeing the film. What I found was a pacy read exploding with fun and drama and overall,… Continue reading

Review: The Stranger’s Child- Alan Hollinghurst

                                                                                 The Stranger’s Child is a beautiful piece of writing full of elegance and seduction, unsurprisingly charming countless of readers and reaching the number one bestseller spot. Cecil Valance is a Cambridge undergraduate and poet, who… Continue reading

Review: Was anyone else disappointed with Fifty Shades of Grey?

One month on from my last post and I haven’t had the time to write at all. Most of it has been spent getting my room the way I want it after moving back… Continue reading

Review: The Help- Kathryn Stockett

When Stockett began writing The Help, she did so to understand what it was like for her black maid Demetrie to work for a white family in Mississippi, America.  She had no idea that… Continue reading

Review: One Day- David Nicholls

Wow. David Nicholls truly deserves a pat on the back after this one. Deeply moving and poignantly wrote, One Day is the novel everyone cannot stop talking about and the story everyone wishes… Continue reading

Review: Marley and Me- John Grogan

A dog doesn’t care if you are rich or poor, educated or illiterate, clever or dull. Give him your heart and he will give you his. Twenty three weeks at number one on… Continue reading