My love of YA verse novels continues with Manjeet Mann’s debut, Run, Rebel.
January really was the month that just went on and on, wasn’t it? I did, however, manage to get loads of reading done and finished eight books in the month…
The Hopes and Triumphs of the Amir Sisters is the third book in Nadiya Hussain’s Amir Sisters series.
If you’re keen for some more book-to-film adaptations in 2020 after seeing Greta Gerwig’s brilliant Little Women (I know I am!), here are five to look out for.
Unpregnant, described as a funny story about getting an abortion, sounds very unusual. But, somehow, it works.
Pitted to be one of the biggest thrillers of 2020, Three Hours is a must-read. The book begins with the sound of a gunshot, the start of three nail-biting hours in which staff and pupils at a liberal school in rural Somerset are held hostage during a blizzard.
The New York Times bestseller, Wilder Girls, is finally publishing in the UK next month. I was lucky enough to win a copy at YALC last year so I got to read this in 2019.