Recent Books Read

For the blog today I thought I would go through some books I have read recently. Reading is something I love to do but because I am a slow reader, I don’t get through a lot of books. However, over on Instagram I asked what blogs you would like to read, and this was suggested! I thought it was a great idea. Books are so great that they can take you away to a make-believe world and capture the imagination. I thought after not posting a blog for a few weeks, I needed to do something everyday and lifestyle. I hope you enjoy! If you have any requests for other future blog posts then let me know what you would like to read in the comments section below!

Such A Fun Age | Kiley Reid

This is my favourite of the three books mentioned today. It is based on the relationship between the childminder and the employer. It also touches on race and feminism. I love how easy this is to read and there is lots of humour throughout the book. I didn’t have a favourite character as each one is given their own qualities in the story telling. A lovely read.

Girl, Woman, Other | Bernardine Evaristo

I loved how this book contains so many important messages throughout. It was such an eye-opening book and I really enjoyed reading the story line. One thing I found hard were so many story lines going on at once and that is just something I don’t enjoy much in a book. But the actual way the book was narrated, and the content was really great. I would recommend this book.

The Magpie Society: One For Sorrow | Zoe Sugg And Amy McCulloch

This is part of a series and I wasn’t expecting it to be as good. I’m always sceptical when YouTubers release books but Zoe Sugg always seems to put her heart and soul into things, and this showed. I just loved how easy this was to read and I also appreciated the detective nature of it and the short chapters made it easy to read it in small chunks. It was great how each character was written by a different author. And yet it flowed so easily. Perfect bedtime reading. I can’t wait to read the next in the series.

Have you got any books to recommend?


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