Yay we’re in May hopefully the weather is going to improve and I can spend some time sat in the garden reading, but there again living in the UK it’s just as likely to snow 😂.
I haven’t shared many reviews to my blog this month, I’m still trying not to over do things at the moment, so although I have read plenty of brilliant books I’ve yet to share them on my blog. Hopefully I will be sharing them over the next few weeks.
Anyway less of the rambling and once again I have managed to narrow down my book of the month to ONE book, I think I’m finally getting the hang of it 😂😂😂 so without further ado here’s my book of the month⬇️⬇️⬇️
Breakers by Doug Johnstone
Doug Johnstone’s writing is superb every word, in fact every sentence has a deep impact on the reader, his characters are superbly depicted, and if this book doesn’t leave you an emotional wreck, then I’m sure you will be in the minority. Breakers is a searing and heartbreaking portrayal of modern day Britain, the author takes the reader on an emotional journey, one that at times feels uncomfortable, it packs a hell of a punch, you will find yourself questioning your own assumptions, it’s a book whose characters will remain with you long after you reach the last page. In case you haven’t already guessed I loved this book, and it will definitely be one of my top reads of 2019. You can read my full review here……..Breakers by Doug Johnstone #BookReview @doug_johnstone @OrendaBooks #Breakers #BookHangoverAward
My reviews can be found here….
Books I could read in May
As I’m cutting back on blog tours (I only have two books I need to read for June) I’m in a position where I’m able to read what ever takes my fancy, so here are some of the book I might or might not read depending on my mood.