The Last Anniversary – Liane Moriarty

Another Moriarty! I was looking for something light and easy to read after the slog of reading Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time. And this book delivered! In this book, our main protagonist is Sophie Honeywell, a single, 39-year-old HR worker in Sydney. When she’s contacted by an old boyfriend, she starts to regret breaking up … More The Last Anniversary – Liane Moriarty

Caroline Chisholm: An Irresistible Force – Sarah Goldman

It felt weird when someone gave this book to me an a Christmas gift. I don’t read much history, particularly Australian history about people I don’t know much about. But that ended up being the reason I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. I’m sure I’d heard Caroline Chisholm’s name thrown about, and knew she was on … More Caroline Chisholm: An Irresistible Force – Sarah Goldman

Break point

When Marceline entered the kitchen with mud caked down the front of her new white dress and face, Mum flipped her lid. Actually, that’s an understatement. Just moments before, she’d been bustling around the kitchen fixing tea for us kids and nagging me about my homework, while I sat perched at the bench making a … More Break point

The Husband’s Secret – Liane Moriarty

This. Book. Was. Excellent. The writing was great, the characters were well written, the storyline was captivating – I can’t really fault it! And the fact that Moriarty is an Australian writer makes it all the sweeter that this book was so enjoyable 🙂 There are four different storylines in the book. (This isn’t reflected … More The Husband’s Secret – Liane Moriarty