Whenever I see a trailer that I like, like The Circle, I inevitably find the film was based on a book. The film is releasing next year starring the amazing Emma Watson. The trailer itself gave me the chills, leading to the download of the book. The Circle is my favourite read of the year.
Enjoyed Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train? Lying In Wait needs to be high up your to-read list. It's an intriguing book through it, you put the pieces together fairly early on. I then spent the remainder of the book shouting at the characters for not realising the obvious. Lydia's psychosis is intriguing and
This book took me a-while to get into, it's based on two characters, Jim and Eva and the decisions they make when they meet in Cambridge as students and the different lives they subsequently have based on that decision. Once the varying plotlines develop I quickly grew to love the book. Much like Harry Potter,
I've not been this excited about a book debut, since my Harry Potter days. As a kid from the 5th book onwards I used to queue to get my hands on the latest and greatest release and would lock myself away in my room until the book was finished. Fast forward a couple of years
A classic spring break murder mystery, admittedly a cliche of a theme but a perfect beach read. Whilst the book is slightly junior, in the Young Adult genre, I did enjoy being able to loose myself in this book. Yet again though, a book which jumps from pre and post murder, with the same narrator. The