‘The Great Alone’ by Kristin Hannah

Survival Story Kristin Hannah is becoming my favourite author. 'The Great Alone' was her third novel that left me in tears. Her storytelling is mesmerising, and once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down. "It's like his back is broken, Mama had said, and you don't stop loving a person when they're hurt.... Continue Reading →

‘the vanishing half’ by brit bennett

"People thought that being one of a kind made you special. No, it just made you lonely. What was special was belonging with someone else". This is a beautifully written emotional family story, that not only covers the issue of race but also explores the lasting consequences of choices and decisions people make early in... Continue Reading →

‘The midnight library’ by matt haig

"The tree that is our life develops branches. And think of all those branches, departing from the trunk at different heights. And think of all those branches, branching off again, heading in often opposing directions. Think of those branches becoming other branches, and those becoming twigs (...). A life is like that, but on a... Continue Reading →

‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte Bronte

This review contains spoilers. Born Feminist This is a story well ahead of its time which is what I enjoyed the most about this book. As an orphaned child, Jane felt like an outcast her whole young life. Despite that, she grew into a strong and independent woman with principles of how she wants to... Continue Reading →

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