Maybe in Another Life is most definitely in the chick lit romance genre. Is that even such a genre, who knows? Having said that Maybe in Another Life is definitely a book that made me think. The idea itself is quite simple, what happens if one decision changes everything. If you stay later in the
Where Rainbows End would not normally be my go to book. However, the power of social media and a simple Facebook status. A friend had posted about starting a book club, the idea was simple. She messaged me an address of who to send a book of my choice to. I then posted the same status and
Me Before You is set to hit the cinemas this summer and as with most book - film conversions, I prefer to have read the book first. It's a brilliant chick-flick type novel but with a surprisingly moving story line. From the cover you wouldn't expect to get an insight into quadriplegics, carers and Dignitas.
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,
Similar to the prequel, The Rosie Project, The Rosie Effect is a pleasant rom-com unsurprisingly about Rosie. I can't say I loved the book, it was perfect for a beach read, easy to read and Don continues to be a fascinating character with his quirks and routines, this time in New York as opposed