*Just a gentle note, this review may contain small spoilers you might want to avoid before reading*
*Just a gentle note, this review will contain small spoilers you may want to avoid*
*Just a small notice, there might be some small spoilers you may want to avoid before reading*
I love Ruth Hogan’s novels. A lot. They are always full of wonderful, eccentric and brilliantly flawed characters, exploring a wide range of themes such as death, grief, the loss of something or someone, and finding a character finding out who they really are. And now, in February, she will have her third book published, Queenie Malone’s Paradise Hotel. I was so excited and after loving her second novel SO much, I just had to ask for a proof. And my God, it’s perfect. I think it’s her best novel yet.
*Just a gentle note, this review may contain spoilers*
It’s that time of the year! The nights are darker, the Christmas coffeeshop cups are out, the John Lewis advert is out… of course, Christmas. Started your Christmas shopping? Finished it? Or haven’t even started? Don’t worry, I’ve decided to do Christmas gift guides to give you inspiration for a Christmas present for your loved ones.
Today on the blog is a book that I’m part of a social media tour for! This book being Still Lives by Maria Hummel.