January and February reads

I decided to continue with my 3 books a month challenge that I did last year, and so far in 2018 I have read some corkers!


The Assistants – Camille Perri
I thought this was going to be a major chick lit book, and while there is a big romance and some typical chic lit vibes, it actually had a really interesting theme and lot’s of girl power.

Neverwhere – Neil Gaiman
Oh my goodness, I know I am late to the party on this one but its so flipping good. I’ve not really been one to read fantasy before but after reading one of Neil Gaiman’s other books last year I have totally fallen in love with his amazing writing. A bit like Harry Potter for grownups, and much scarier!

Wormwood More – Judith Rossell
This is a kids book but I actually found it pretty spooky, it’s the sequel to one I read last year which was also brilliant and I’m actually disappointed that there isn’t more to the series.


The Last Mrs Parrish – Liv Constantine
I got this book for Ā£2 from Tesco!! It is so flipping gripping, with twists and turns, with echos of Gone Girl. 100% worth a read.

The Roses of May – Dot Hutchison
Don’t read this if you don’t like gore. Its a bit of a heavy theme and slow going so not my favourite of the year but if you read the first one called The Butterfly Garden then it’s worth a go.

The Girl Friend – Michelle Frances
There’s a bit of a theme in fiction at the moment of psycho woman…a similar read to The Last Mrs Parrish (although not as good) but enjoyable with a twist at the end.


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