Favourite Reads: January 2018

Today I’m going to be posting my favourite reads from January. This is a new concept for my blog, where I’d like to share three of the most interesting books I have read throughout the month. These books will be ones I have either already reviewed, or highly recommend but have yet to write a full review on. My goal is to try and pick from three different genres, so there is something for everyone. 

So, here are January’s favourite reads.

Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner


Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner was actually my favourite read of 2017, but in updating my previous review, I decided to read it again this January. It is a gripping crime procedural, told from an abundance of viewpoints. A slow-burner with unpredictable twists and turns. It centres around DS Manon Bradshaw, and how she and her team with the case of missing postgraduate, Edith Hind.

It it Steiner’s second novel overall, but her first in the Manon Bradshaw series.

Click here for my full review.

Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick


Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick flipped the young-adult, fantasy genre on its head, with its dark and enticing take on fallen angels and their infiltration into the world we know so well. Packed with forbidden love, horrendous secrets, and shocking betrayals, Hush, Hush is a perfectly dark and seductive January read.

Click here for my full review.

if i stay by Gayle Forman


if i stay by Gayle Forman takes you on an emotional roller-coaster, from its opening to its closing pages. Now a motion picture, this heartbreaking and yet eye-opening book deals with survival, grief and both choice and the lack of it. Its protagonist, seventeen-year-old Mia Hall, brings home the normalties of teenage life, but also the extraordinary choice between life and death.

Click here for my full review.


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