Sorry , I didnt mean to put anyone off! You might like it. It was recommended to me by a really good friend who loved it, I just didn't. Its a real marmite one , you'll love or hate it :-)
Jane Eyre , just briliant. Probably one of my most read books. Classic Bronte romance won't spoil
The Gargoyle - really interesting with two intertwining stories , love, sex ,celibacy and suspense. What more could you ask of a book. Gory in places - especially the first bit.
Harry Potter - especially the first 3. It was these books that got ...
The Road, what a book! Couldnt put it down. Got to be a classic x
Amazon has 1 ( did have 2 but I bought one ) of these for 1p plus postage in Marketplace right now if you want a spare! Jules
Ha ha ! I cannot believe how many of your favourite books I have read and really enjoyed. Am going to try the ones I havent read for my next TBR's
One I couldnt put down was Purge by Sofie Oksanen - was 99p on Kindle for a while although I bought the book in paperback when on holiday.
Hope you like it. Will let you know how I go ...
Currently 99p on Kindle
Translated into 28
languages, Finnish bestseller Purge has become an international
sensation. A breathtaking novel of two women, each from different
generations of one family, each troubled by a shameful past, and the
dark, unspoken history that binds them.
Deep in an Estonian forest, two women, one young, one ...
I really enjoyed this book and found it hard to put down. It followed my reading of the truly AWFUL" The Slap " which had loads of sex and swearing but managed to be shallow and dull. This is actually about a necessarily platonic love but no less deep or passionate for that. I loved it. Stretched my brain and made me think ...
The women of a remote Welsh valley wake up one morning in 1944 and
discover that their husbands have left their farms in the night. The
German Army has invaded Britain, it is an alternative 1944. A German
patrol, led by Albrecht Wolfram, is sent to the remote valley near Hay on Wye by the SS . The soldiers are exhausted, and,
when the tide ...
I actually liked it for what it was but being compared to Steig Larsson I was expecting a different kind of book! It was a bit more like Karin Slaughter in style. Still, quite a gripping book despite the 2D characters. I now feel nervous of snowmen and liked this plot device as a means of bringing tension but dont want to add spoilers. . I ...
Agreed , a truly brilliant book and the best of the year so far. Thanks to the readitswapit members who recommended it.