I decided to read None of This is True after reading Sarah's review. I like a lot of the same books as Sarah, but I also really enjoyed Lisa Jewell's book The Night She Disappeared. 10 hours and 14 minutesAuthorLisa JewellNarratorNicola Walker, Louise BrealeyWhispersync for VoiceReadyAudible.co.uk Release Date20 July 2023PublisherPenguin AudioProgram TypeAudiobookVersionUnabridgedLanguageEnglish The Blurb Celebrating her… Continue reading None of This is True by Lisa Jewell, a review
Welcome to Book worms Monthly September. I've been going through a big upheaval in my life and while some might find reading a comforting way of forgetting the real world, I have had difficulty in concentrating. I lost my reading mojo a little and again I've only read a couple of books this month. I… Continue reading Book Worms Monthly September 2023
I like the occasional cosy crime book and I like Reverend Richard Coles so I had to read this book, Murder Before Evensong. Listening Length7 hours and 24 minutesAuthorReverend Richard ColesNarratorReverend Richard ColesWhispersync for VoiceReadyAudible.co.uk Release Date09 June 2022PublisherWeidenfeld & NicolsonProgram TypeAudiobookVersionUnabridgedLanguageEnglishASINB09S4M3S89 The Blurb Canon Daniel Clement is Rector of Champton, where he lives alongside his widowed… Continue reading Murder Before Evensong, Rev. Richard Coles, a review
Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson is a wonderful story that spans the decades and gives a little insight into life of Caribbean people and those of mixed race. 12 hours and 2 minutesAuthorCharmaine WilkersonNarratorLynnette Freeman, Simone McIntyreWhispersync for VoiceReadyAudible.co.uk Release Date03 February 2022PublisherPenguin AudioProgram TypeAudiobookVersionUnabridgedLanguageEnglishASINB09CZLJZT8 The Blurb Crossing continents and juggling lives, Black Cake is a powerful story… Continue reading Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson
Welcome to Book worms Monthly August. I don't know what has happened to the summer here in the UK. By the time this is published I will be on holiday (in Britain) and the weather forecast does not look good 🙁 On the good side I'll have plenty of time for reading. I've not done… Continue reading Book Worms Monthly August Edition, where is the sun?
Welcome to Book Worms Monthly July, We've had some lovely weather lately here in the UK but it's cooled down a bit for the beginning of July. I'm hoping it brightens up again soon as we will be off on our summer holiday at the end of the month. I haven't decided what books to… Continue reading Book Worms Monthly July, What are You Reading?
I have not read anything by Joanne Harris before and after reading some of the reviews I think that's probably the best with this book. Broken Light. 12 hours and 47 minutesAuthorJoanne HarrisNarratorImogen StubbsWhispersync for VoiceReadyAudible.co.uk Release Date11 May 2023PublisherOrion The Blurb Have you ever felt invisible? Bernie Moon has given her life to other… Continue reading Broken Light by Joanne Harris
Welcome to Book Worms Monthly June. Last month I was hoping for sunshine and we have already had a few days. Now that it's June I'm hoping for some more. We managed our BBQ. I've been in a bit of a reading rut though. I only managed two books last month, but I'm already half… Continue reading Book Worms Monthly June, Summer is Here.
I saw Sarah's review of What July Knew and I actually had second thoughts about reading it. Not because of Sarah's review, but because of the harrowing tone of the story which involves domestic violence. I'm so glad I read it though. Once started I couldn't stop and it has to go on my list… Continue reading What July Knew by Emily Koch, A Book Review
Welcome to Book Worms Monthly May. Here in the UK the temperature has starting to rise and we have leaves, blossom and flowers, but it's still raining quite a bit. I do hope we get some nicer sunnier weather soon. My family is desperate to break out the BBQ. Reading is my passion and I… Continue reading Bookworms Monthly Springing into May