Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

Being an adult is hard work when you stop to think about all the things we have to deal with just to keep the family ticking over. It only takes one bad decision to turn it around. Anxious people is about that one bad decision; A bank robbery gone wrong, a hostage situation, a leap... Continue Reading →

Instructions for the British People During The Emergency by Jason Hazeley and Nico Tatarowicz

As someone who regularly reads dystopian fiction, finding myself in the depths of a global pandemic while working and homeschooling two kids meant a very swift change of genre was needed. Instructions for the British People During The Emergency seemed like the perfect thing to read. A quick and hilarious handbook for surviving an emergency.... Continue Reading →

The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson

It's Allan Karlsson's 100th birthday. His care home is putting on a party but Allan isn't really in a party mood so he takes his nearest escape route; the window. This book isn't just about a grumpy old man who runs away from his care home. He gets the into all sorts of trouble after... Continue Reading →

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

Don Tillman is a scientist through and through. Everything he does is measured, calculated and precise. He isn't particularly successful with relationships as a result and so decides to set up The Wife Project. A questionnaire is compiled to evaluate applicants as potential wife material for Don. Only the best will do; they must fit... Continue Reading →

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