Hi, everyone! I’m sharing all the books I read in May and I honestly feel like this has been my best reading month so far this year. There’s a couple of books I didn’t enjoy but, for the most part, I read a lot of great books! Here’s what I read:
Coming To Find You by Jane Corry: This is my favourite book by this author so far. It has a dual timeline, with one perspective set in the present and the other during the Second World War. The present day one was enjoyable with the main character fleeing a family tragedy but then you’re left questioning how much she really knows about what happened and what secrets she’s hiding. The chapters set during the Second World War were my favourite as it felt like there was more going on and it was interesting learning about how people defended their hometown and how children were sent to live with strangers. It was an emotional read for sure but very gripping too!
The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman: It feels like I was waiting for the paperback release of this forever, but it was worth it. The characters were their usual quirky selves and just as loveable. I loved the mystery and the suspense as usual. Roll on book four!Continue reading