Book Review | The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

We’re always bound to the past in one way or another. No matter how much time has passed, there are certain defining moments in our life – ten, twenty, fifty years on, it is these moments we keep coming back to. For best friends Kate, Thea, Fatima and Isa, who meet when boarding together at … Continue reading Book Review | The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

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Top 5 Wednesday | Books I Want to Read Before the End of the Year

'Top 5 Wednesday' is a weekly meme currently hosted on Goodreads, and while I haven't participated in ages, I thought this would be a good opportunity to reflect on my TBR for the rest of 2018. Into The Water by Paula Hawkins  The Girl on the Train was undoubtedly a tough act to follow. I'm aware that the … Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday | Books I Want to Read Before the End of the Year

Book Review | When We Were Orphans by Kazuo Ishiguro

Christopher Banks is born in early twentieth century Shanghai to British parents. Growing up in the international quarter, sequestered from the somewhat shadier side of Shanghai life, he wiles away the hours with his Japanese best friend, Akira. Both of them vow to never leave the city, although the threat of Akira being returned to … Continue reading Book Review | When We Were Orphans by Kazuo Ishiguro