By Emma Jane Unsworth
If you’re after something witty to make you laugh I recommend you Adults by Emma Jane Unsworth. In this book the author depicts a realistic problematic and humorous picture of our contemporary disease of social media addiction and its pressure, its pitfalls and repercussions through the life of 35 year old Jenny. Her other novel Animal which was published in 2014 and filmed in 2019 is a great fun reading as well.
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By Heather Morris
A true story of Lale Sokolov. An incredible story of what Lale did to survive the camp and how he fell in love. A really sad but good read.
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By David Ouimet
“When I read there is a world beneath my branches” A gorgeous little book about a young girl whose anxiety and introversion make her feel uncomfortable and struggle to communicate. The girl finds comfort and peace through reading and help to know that she will find her voice and be heard. An important message for introverts to hear: it is OK to be quiet.
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By Erin Loechner
I laughed, I cried, I wanted to go full Marie Kondo & get rid of my stuff. Erin makes you realise that keeping up with the Joneses isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
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By Kim Liggett
In a patriarchal society girls are sent away for their sixteenth year, their “grace year” to rid themselves of magic. The focus is Tierney, the main character as she struggles to survive.
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By Lucinda Riley
The fifth in the awesome Seven Sisters series takes Tiggy on an epic journey from the wilds of Scotland to civil war Granada & beyond to find where she belongs. I love this series & am eagerly awaiting the sixth book.
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