2nd entry in the Breen and Tozer series picks up just weeks after the first‘s conclusion. This is a really solid series that I am throughly enjoying.
This was the final book of my honeymoon TBR and it was SO GOOD. The description doesn‘t give it justice — this book covers some heavy stuff. But it‘s also a book that has two people falling for each other without having ever met, which allows their friendship to develop first and the physical attraction to come later. (This is a romance; these are not spoilers! 😂)
CW: emotional abuse
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3.5 stars for me. I fell in love with Maggie O'Farrell's writing with I Am I Am I Am. This was my first fiction that I have read of hers. Family drama set in England and Ireland. I don't know that I will remember the plot in a few months time but I love how she writes character.
New books 😍
This series feels very modern old timey. Fun to read.
#adventrecommends day 6!
Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch. I love this book; I love this series; I even love Peter twattering on about architecture, which I know some people kvetch about (can‘t defend the sex scenes, but it‘s not like they‘re anywhere near the level of Morrisey‘s barrel-rolling titties, so crack on Aaronovitch. If the reference is lost on you, google ‘Morrisey barrel roll‘. You‘re welcome 💕💕💕).
I barely had time to read the past few days which was torturous with this book waiting for my attention. I practically raced home today to finish the last 50 pages. I loved this book and the series has really convinced me to give mysteries another try while I wait for more Cormoran and Robin. If anyone had recommendations for something similar I would be interested.