Waaaay back – two years ago, I think – I devoured Rachel Harris’s book The Fine Art of Pretending. It was SO good. And when I knew there was going to be a companion I was ridiculously excited, which means that The Natural History of Us has been on my radar for two very excitable years, as I waited for…

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The Night That Everything Changed is one of those books you just HAVE to read. And it will also frustrate the living daylights out of you. Because, as it turns out, The Night That Everything Changed is not a love story. It’s the story of a break-up. A WARNING WOULD HAVE BEEN NICE, LAURA, JIMMY. ANYBODY. Yes, I was suckered…

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Jane Costello has been one of my favourite authors, ever since I read The-Nearly Weds. She’s now written nine books (next year will be her tenth, which is insane to think of) and I’ve read and loved most of them, and the few I’ve still got to read, I’m sure will be amazing. Her latest is this one, Summer Nights…

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In all my time reading books, I’ve never read a book that comes with a health warning, but apparently, The Teacher is not for the faint-hearted. It’s quite graphic, don’t get me wrong, and I’ve read of people who have put the book down, but I actually didn’t think it was as bad as it was. About 16% in there’s…

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  Prophecy Girl is the book you get if you mix The Vampire Diaries, a teensy bit of Pretty Little Liars, Harry Potter, and a whole lot of the Blue Bloods series, with Supernatural thrown in for good measure. And it’s AWESOME. I like books I can just lose myself in, that are just so thoroughly enjoyable you can’t stop…

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