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February 2020 Reading Round Up

Reading in February was mostly in view of podcasts. I have a couple of carry-overs too. The fourth of March marked 10 years of this blog being online. I will celebrate it at a later date with stats and so on.

All books are works of fiction.

The Books

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Fran Cooper: The Two Houses – A couple buy a holiday home that is in fact two houses, one house with the middle missing, and when they go to put them back together they start to unravel the mysteries therein. Fab.

Fran Cooper: These Dividing Walls – The various lives of those in an apartment building in Paris, set against the current day sociopolitical background. Excellent.

Laura Pearson: I Wanted You To Know – At 21, new mother Jess finds a lump in her breast and as she continues her hospital appointments she writes a series of letters to be given to her daughter. A heartbreaking book, very difficult to read, but important.

Laura Pearson: Missing Pieces – When Phoebe dies, aged three, the resulting grief has a massive impact on her four surviving family members. A very good book that looks at different modes of grieving and the way communication and support is paramount (and a re-read).

Laura Pearson: Nobody’s Wife – Emily and Michael are newly married and Jo has just met Jack, but Emily isn’t sure about Michael and the newly-introduced Jack is very much like the men she always fell for. An easier read compared to Pearson’s other books and very different in content, but also very good.

No favourite this month; all are great books.

I’m currently reading more for podcasts, though I’ve also got a 1700s classic on the go. No further plans than that at the moment.

What are you reading?

 
 

Kelly

March 6, 2020, 4:35 pm

I think the first two you listed sound the best.

My year of reading has gotten off to a great start with a wide range of books and genres.

Freda Mans-Labianca

March 6, 2020, 7:28 pm

A decent month. Happy March!

Felicity Grace Terry

March 9, 2020, 3:24 pm

Given how much I liked the cover of The Two Houses I’m glad it turned out to be a fab read.

Off to a good start this year even if the book I have just shared my thoughts on (The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry) and my current read (The Flower Girls by Alice Clarke-Platts) haven’t been to my taste though the latter may well improve.

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