A couple of new reviews up in the Book Reviews section, both of which I can highly recommend.
If you are interested in Young Adult fiction and want a truly intelligent read that is unafraid of experimenting with form and narrative, I strongly suggest you check out ‘The Weight of Water’ by Sarah Crossan. Click the image below for a link to the full review.
One of the best books I’ve read this year, ‘This Magnificent Desolation’ by Thomas O’Malley deserves to be read. It’s wonderfully atmospheric fiction. Again, click the link below for a full review.
I’ve had the plague this week. Well, potentially the plague. Or possibly a small case of the sniffles. Whatever the diagnosis, it was not conducive to a lot of reading or reviewing so I only managed to finish a couple of books and review them on the site:
Notes from a Coma was a Netgalley download – I wasn’t sure what to expect of this one but it neither entirely excited nor disappointed. Click on the image for the full review.
Them: Adventures with Extremists was one of my random audiobook shots in the dark. I am forever grateful to Jen at Devourer of Books for introducing me to audiobooks. I genuinely don’t know what I used to fill all those wasted hours of shopping, car journeys, lab work or housework with before I found audiobooks. Click on the image for a full review of my latest.