Book Review | Our House by Louise Candlish

Trinity Avenue is your typical suburban, leafy London street. Well, typical in the sense that the houses are worth several millions of pounds – one of the most coveted postcodes in the area. Properties on this street are gold dust; once you have one, you hang onto it –for better or worse. So when Fi returns … Continue reading Book Review | Our House by Louise Candlish

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Book Review | The Pact by S. E. Lynes

Bridget, Rosie and Toni are the perfect triangle. They support each other through thick and thin, a tight family unit that has been through hell but come out the other side. Bridge and Toni are sisters, and Rosie is Toni's daughter. At fourteen, she wants to be granted the same freedoms afforded to her friends … Continue reading Book Review | The Pact by S. E. Lynes

Book Review | Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall

Mike loves Verity – V – more than anything. Since they met at university, they’ve been inseparable, and Mike can’t imagine life without her. Their relationship isn’t, perhaps, what you’d call conventional – one of their favourite pastimes is a game they play, called the Crave. A game involving manipulating strangers in order to scare them … Continue reading Book Review | Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall