The Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll

Nasty. When I sat down to write about this book, that was the first and perhaps only adjective that sprang to mind. The Luckiest Girl Alive is one of those books at the moment, and I’m thinking largely about the work of Gillian Flynn, where the main female protagonist is utterly awful. Knoll takes this […]

Black Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin

The great thing about having a blog is that I don’t have to be completely objective all of the time or indeed any of the time. Blogs by their very nature are personal, you read my blog because you either share my opinion on books, or you are a friend and maybe want to give […]