Book Review: The Confession – Jessie Burton 📗📗📗📗📗

You might remember Jessie Burton as the author of the phenomenally successful 2014 book The Miniaturist. It has been a long wait for this, her third book, but one that was well worth it. The story begins in London in 1980. On Hampstead Heath a young woman called Elise Morceau meets Constance Holden. Connie is…

Book Review: The Futures – Anna Pitoniak ***

The Futures is described as a New York Love Story but for most of the book the main characters Julia and Evan seem to be almost the antithesis of love. Their relationship is a convenience, a habit. Julia and Evan get together at college where Evan is a Canadian ice hockey player on a sports…

Book Review: As Good as Dead by Elizabeth Evans ***

UK Publishing Date: 19 Nov 2015. 272 pages. As Good as Dead is described in the book notes as “an exquisitely tuned psychological high-wire act” and unfortunately this is a bit misleading. As I went into this book I was expecting a fast paced psychological thriller and instead i got a literary analysis of Charlotte’s…