‘We are all subject to the fates. But we must act as if we are not, or die of despair.’
‘By Sunday the wedding would be over, and for that Winn Van Meter was grateful.’
Louise receives a Facebook request from Maria Weston – but Maria died more than 25 years ago
Nine strangers seek perfection from a 10 day retreat at Tranquilium House
November: a virus, four books and one DNF
A dystopia in which women are limited to speaking 100 words a day
A bittersweet contemplation of loneliness
A contagious disease sweeps through a university town in this poetic and sleep driven novel
The earth slows its rotation and quiet chaos ensues.
‘So the middle of my story comes in the winter of 1996.’
A paranoid and claustrophobic quick-read that avoids choosing heroes or villains.
Was in a bit of a slump this month…