Three Identical Strangers is shocking and heartbreaking, and put me in mind of my own research methods and findings.
Still rather slack on the review front.
It's my website, and I'll eschew full-length reviews if I want to.
Everything I intended to read, and more.
Pulp is the exciting but bittersweet story of a fascinating 1950s teenager, and a present-day teenager who is... kind of dull.
A coming-of-age tale set in 1930s Suffolk, All Among the Barley manages to be both timeless and time-specific.
My eyes continue to be bigger than my brain.
The Thirteenth Tale is a solid story full of mysteries and surprises, but its commentary on storytelling captivated me even more.
Everything apart from the books I planned, apparently.
The Cut Out Girl is just the kind of history book I've come to love.