Today I’m taking in part in This Week in Books, which was started by Lipsyy Lost and Found! If you want to join in you just need to share what you’re reading now, what you’ve read over the last week, and what you hope to read next.
The Suspect by Fiona Barton
I’m really gripped by this book, it’s my favourite Fiona Barton novel to date! I was engrossed in it most of yesterday afternoon and can’t wait to get back to it.
Only Child by Rhiannon Navin
I had a break from this novel for most of this week but I’m back reading it again now and hope to finish it soon. It’s a good read but I find the child’s voice and perspective a little too much at times.
Trauma: From Lockerbie to 7/7: How Trauma Affects Our Minds And How We Fight Back by Gordon Turnbull
I’ve read a couple more chapters of this over the last week and am still finding it fascinating. It’s a brilliant book.
The Language of Kindness by Christie Watson
I bought this as an audio book recently and listened to it over the last couple of days. It was an interesting book and gave an insight into different aspects of nursing. I didn’t love it as much as I thought I would but I would still recommend it.
The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides
This book was brilliant, it’s a perfect psychological thriller and I literally read it from cover to cover in one sitting! I’ve already reviewed this so if you’d like to know more you can read my thoughts here.
Into the Silent Sea by Claire Stibbe
I found this novel so gripping! It took me a couple of chapters to find my feet with it and then it became really hard to put down. I’ll be reviewing this one next week on my blog so keep an eye out for that soon.
Storyteller: The Authorised Biography of Roald Dahl by Donald Sturrock
I listened to this on audio book over the last week or so and really enjoyed it. It was so interesting to learn more about Roald Dahl and it’s made me want to go back and re-read all my childhood favourites by him, followed by his adult fiction that I’ve never read.
The Party by Lisa Hall
This was a quick and enjoyable enough read.
Ideal Angels by Robert Welbourn
This book is incredible! I’m going to be reviewing it on here tomorrow and am still tweaking my review because I loved it so much that I’m struggling to get my thoughts in order on the screen.
The Second Sister by Claire Kendall
This is the first novel I’ve read by Claire Kendall and I really enjoyed it. It wasn’t what I was expecting it to be but it kept me hooked all the way through. I’ve got The Book of You on my TBR so plan on trying to get to that soon.
The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton
I had this book on my TBR since March 2018 but I finally picked it up in the last week and I read it in one go! It was such a good read, and I loved it. I’ve already reviewed this book so you can read my full review here if you’d like to know more.
The Six Loves of Billy Binns by Richard Lumsden
I’m going to be on the blog tour for this in a couple of weeks time so I’m planning to read this in the coming week. I think this could be an emotional read for me but I’m looking forward to reading it all the same.
Need to Know by Karen Cleveland
This is an ARC that I’ve had on my TBR for quite a while so I want to try and read this in the next few days if I can. I’m really keen to get to it.
Tilly and the Bookwanderers: Pages and Co. #1 by Anna James
I got this for Christmas and have been saving it to read this week as I knew I’d want a comforting, easy read in the next few days. I feel sure this will be that book.
Matilda by Roald Dahl
This is a book I’ve always loved but I haven’t re-read it in a really long time so I think this week might be a nice time for me to pick it up again.
What have you been reading this week? I’d love to hear. And if you take part in This Week in Books or WWW Wednesday please feel free to leave your link below and I’ll make sure to visit and comment on your post. 🙂
14 thoughts on “This Week in Books (16 Jan 2019)! What are you reading?”
So many tempting books! I am eager to get The Suspect…and I’m also drawn to The Silent Patient. Enjoy! Thanks for sharing, and here’s MY WWW POST
Me and my daughter are reading Matilda at the moment! It’s my first outing and I am loving it!
As ever, I’m awed at your range and ability to read a number of books at the same time!
There are at least three that made me think “I have that one somewhere” but still haven’t read them. I need more hours in the day!
You’ve got some great choices here, Hayley! I’m especially drawn to the Roald Dahl biography – how interesting! And the new Fiona Barton looks quite good, too (I must put one of her books in the spotlight on my blog at some point). You have a great variety here.
I see so many great sounding books, Hayley! I thought Need to Know was so, so good. I hope you enjoy it and love the Dahl choices! ♥️
I’ve got a library copy of Need To Know and need to read it before the end of the month because someone’s reserved it.
I have no idea what Only Child is about, but what you said about the child voice being too much at time disturbs me. Hopefully it’s not because it’s creepy or anything. Happy reading!
I’m so excited about The Silent Patient. It looks so good.
The Perfect Girlfriend was on my fav list two years ago, I really loved that one too! I have Need to Know to read too, I thought everyone had read that one already except me :-). Thanks for stopping by my blog and happy reading Hayley!
So many good books on this list. I have many of them on my list too. I really want to read pages and co and it’s such a pretty book I think I need to buy the paper copy instead of Kindle.
Wow, some great books read this week. There are a few I want to check out, especially the Fiona Barton one.
You make me want to read The Suspect!!! I bought Only Child thanks to Chrissi’s giveaway, I’m even more curious now with your comment! I’ve been meaning to read The Party for weeks! I need to bump it up the list. The Silent Patient is on my schedule for next week! I LOVED I Need To Know! Happy reading xxx
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