The Chalk Man by C.J.Tudor Review

I bought this book for 2 reasons. 1, the front cover includes a glowing review by none other than Lee Child one of my favourite authors. and reason 2, because the front cover includes a… View Post

I Know My Name by C J Cooke

I Know My Name is a book about Lochlan’s Wife El who has vanished from the family home leaving behind a 12 week old baby and a toddler. Her money, car and passport are all… View Post

A Tragic Kind of Wonderful by Eric Lindstorm Book Review

A Tragic Kind of Wonderful by Eric Lindstorm is a book about 16 year old Mel Hannigan who has a Bipolar Disorder. She had a brother who committed suicide and parents that are divorced. She… View Post

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman Book Review

Welcome back to the ABB Book Club (ABBBC). It has been a while I know and I apologise. It has been a difficult 12 months but I am so very glad to be picking up the… View Post

25 Books to read in 2018

We are half way through 2018 already (like whhaaa???) what books have you read so far? I must admit the book club has taken a back seat recently and for that I apologise I just… View Post

ABBBC April

Welcome back to the ABB Book Club (ABBBC). First of all I know this post is late- I am sorry. April? What ? Did it even happen? I am literally losing track of weeks here! Anyway… View Post

ABBBC February

Welcome back to the ABB Book Club (ABBBC).  February has literally flown by and we have been reading The List by Siobhan Vivian. I ploughed through this book at the beginning of the month as I knew… View Post

ABBBC November

Welcome back to the ABB Book Club (ABBBC). This months book of choice was The Sun is also a Star By Nicola Yoon. I really struggled at first to get into this book. I felt it… View Post

ABBBC September

Welcome back to the ABB Book Club. This months book of choice was Randy Pausch The Last Lecture. This is a book I think I have read easily half a dozen times and each time… View Post

ABBBC August

Welcome back to the ABB Book Club. This months book of choice was The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k by Sarah Knight. This month again was a reader request and not a normal… View Post