You might have noticed that I’ve been reviewing a lot of books for an online Australian bookstore, Bookworld. They’re the Australian site that I use most often for book-buying and it’s been a pleasure reviewing such wonderful books for them. I thought I’d share the recommendations in their latest email for non-Aussies and anyone after a great book to read. Snippets of my review are featured for two of the books above! I’ve added links below to my reviews for the ones I’ve read.
- The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith [GOODREADS] [BOOKWORLD]
- All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr [GOODREADS] [BOOKWORLD] [MY REVIEW]
- A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman [GOODREADS] [BOOKWORLD]
- The Year of the Rat by Clare Furniss [GOODREADS] [BOOKWORLD] [MY REVIEW]
- Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline [GOODREADS] [BOOKWORLD] [MY REVIEW]
You can read more reviews on the book’s Bookworld page
WE ARE SO EXCEPTIONALLY HAPPY (that we had to write that all in caps) to announce that last night we were the recipient of two Online Retail Industry Awards!
This is such a huge honour - and we really couldn’t have done it without all of you! You’ve all been great supporters of our journey - and from all of us at Bookworld we want to say THANK YOU!
We just love this.
How to ruin people’s lives:
- Write a book
- Create awesome characters
- Kill them
Let’s see, George R.R. Martin, John Green, J.K Rowling - who else has killed off our favourite characters?