Piranesi by Susanna Clarke – Surprisingly good read from Susanna Clarke, which is an imaginative tour de force of otherworldliness, magic & the ruthlessness of ambition
The Employees by Olga Ravn – A little weird, this novel develops through multiple narratives, like viewing the story through a series of veils, slowly being lifted
London is the Best City in America by Laura Dave is a book about relationships: getting past the ones which are not meant to be and finding the ones that are. And ultimately, finding yourself.
Emily Giffin has written an interesting book dealing with a woman who is adamant that she does not want children even if it means losing her soulmate
For me, bourbon conjures images of small chocolate biscuits but the Bourbon Kid is a far scarier prospect in this quirky detective horror thriller
Liane Moriarty takes good friends, a tense school atmosphere and fragemented and destructive relationship and makes a great piece of reading
Norman Bacal has reimagined Shakespeare in a great thriller based on a dysfunctional family dynasty, set in the world of pharmaceuticals.
An enjoyable story about a woman called Lexi who due to amnesia can remember nothing of her life and tries to find out who she really is.
The Horse Dancer is once more an example of why Jojo Moyes is one of my favourite authors.
Yann Martel’s book is surreal at times, but profoundly moving. I loved The High Mountains of Portugal and can’t recommend it enough.