Audiobook Review: A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James (published by Riverhead Books)
I started listening to this audiobook in December 2016 and finished in June 2017. That’s seven months of listening to this twenty-six hour audiobook but boy, what a journey! This is an EPIC book. And what an incredible performance by the seven audiobook narrators. There were a few times that I thought about throwing in the towel but I’m pleased I stuck it out as I *loved* this book by the end.
Book Review: Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel (published by Fourth Estate)
I picked up this book after doing an online writing webinar which extolled the brilliance of the language and praised the book as being one of The. Best. Ever. Seriously, the praise was lofty, so I went to my local library (which I LOVE) and found a copy. Unfortunately, the teacher of that webinar’s tastes and mine are clearly miles (many, many, miles) apart!
Book Review: Florence Grace by Tracy Rees (published by Quercus)
I had the great pleasure of meeting the author Tracy Rees at an inspiring and informative Marie Claire and Bookends event in London. We were split into smaller discussion groups and Tracy headed up mine. She was encouraging and gave some insightful advice. I was lucky enough to receive a copy of her second novel Florence Grace as part of my ticket to that event (along with novels from the other authors there which I’ll read soon!).
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