What I read in March 2021

We've just stepped into April, the sun is shining, and it's time for a round-up of last month's reading... TitleAuthorDate PublishedFormatMy rating out of 5Link to my review The PearlJohn Steinbeck1947Audiobook4I Found YouLisa Jewell2017Audiobook5Marion Lane and the Midnight MurderT.A. Willberg2020Ebook2Read my reviewThe Valley of Lost SecretsLesley Parr2021Audiobook4The Distant HoursKate Morton2010Hardback4The Martian ChroniclesRay Bradbury1950Audiobook3Circus of WondersElizabeth … Continue reading What I read in March 2021

Book Review: ‘Confessions of a Curious Bookseller‘ by Elizabeth Green

Thank you to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Fawn is the owner of an established book shop, and this this novel chronicles a year of her life and that of the shop. The narrative is told through a series of emails, shop reviews and blog posts, which does make for … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Confessions of a Curious Bookseller‘ by Elizabeth Green

Audiobook Review: ‘The Switch’ by Beth O’Leary

After thoroughly enjoying ‘The Flatshare’ last year, I was excited to listen to another of Beth O’Leary’s novels - and what a lovely listen this was! ‘The Switch’ is about a grandmother and granddaughter who decide to switch lifestyles for two months. This sounds like a somewhat unlikely premise, but like in her previous novel, … Continue reading Audiobook Review: ‘The Switch’ by Beth O’Leary