The Twyford Code is inventive, artful, and a joy to read.
That's more like it.
Another horrible year, but I still read some brilliant books.
The New Neighbour is a tense, unsettling and surprising quick read.
Both vivid and dream-like, Fall brings a slice of social history to life through realistic, complex characters and relationships.
Could my reading mojo be back?
In Call of the Penguins, Hazel Prior effectively addresses big topics through the medium of a heart-warming, highly readable story.
The Quiet People is addictive, brutal and full of twists.
Psychopaths Anonymous is another delightfully dark, disturbing and funny creation from a highly inventive author.
Wish You Weren't Here is a funny, imaginative and action-packed opener to an exciting new trilogy.