The Ex-Wife by Jess Ryder

This post contains an affiliate link Hi Guys! Book review time! I’ve finished reading The Ex-Wife by Jess Ryder and if you’ve enjoyed books like The Girl on the Train, you’ll love The Ex-Wife. This story is based around Natasha, a very likeable albeit slightly naïve, character who has all but given up her young adult years to be the perfect housewife for her older … Continue reading The Ex-Wife by Jess Ryder

Driven, by Dane Cobain

Hi Guys! I was recently sent a copy of Dane Cobain’s book Driven and I couldn’t wait to start reading it. A plot line surrounding a suspicious death, a London cop, an old school private detective and a young computer whiz kid; what isn’t there to draw a crime loving reader like me in?! As I started reading I was hooked instantly, we go right … Continue reading Driven, by Dane Cobain

I See You by Clare Mackintosh

Hi Guys! I was recommended I See You by Clare Mackintosh by a work colleague when I mentioned that I love psychological thriller books and I thought I’d do a quick review of it…. Imagine seeing a picture of yourself advertised in the newspaper with no explanation as to why it’s there? You’d want to figure it out right!? Which is exactly what Zoe Walker sets out to … Continue reading I See You by Clare Mackintosh

The Prediction, by Darren Sugrue

Hi Guys! I read The Prediction by Darren Sugrue recently and really enjoyed it from start to finish. It’s an easy read, really well written by Darren Sugrue and I was attached to my Kindle until I’d finished reading it. The characters are believable and likeable, I was drawn in immediately. Without giving too much away, we follow the story of a mathematical genius named Daniel … Continue reading The Prediction, by Darren Sugrue

Books

When I was younger I was a real book worm. In fact I remember one of my English teachers commenting on this during a Parent-Teacher evening. She said that although she didn’t see me reading in school much (most of my reading was at home in the evenings and weekends) she could tell I read a lot based on my writing and the fact that I … Continue reading Books