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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Shtum by Jem Lester

I loved this book – read it in less than 24 hours. Based on a true story (ish) it’s about a father trying to do the right thing for his ten year old autistic son. A book that will stay with tou

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Lie still by Julia heaberlin

Heaberlin’s books aren’t highbrow but they are utterly addictive. This one was about a rape victim trying to uncover the story of her neighbour and the strange women in her small town.

My horizontal life by Chelsea handler

I enjoyed this more than I expected to. I liked her unashamed balsyness when talking about men, her family, one night stands and I liked the rawness of each mini story. It’s not the life for me but it was fun hearing about someone else’s very different choices