Q CHRISTINA DALCHER ***** ‘Are we born like this? Or are we taught? Either answer is horrible in its own way’.
When Elena’s daughter is downgraded to a feared State School because her ‘Q’ level isn’t high enough, she risks everything to find her. But what dark secrets will she uncover along the way?
Having missed out on getting the ARC of Vox also by Christina Dalcher recently I was really excited to read Q instead. It reminded me heavily of the Black Mirror episode ‘Nosedi
Saving Noah Lucinda Berry Rating: **** Ever since Noah was a baby, his mother Adrianne has always told him that she 'will love you no matter what'. However, when he confesses to molesting 6 year old girls at his swim class, the very core of that mantra is tested as Adrianne watches her world, her marriage and her son fall apart around her. Saving Noah is a difficult read; it's heart breaking in places and utterly frustrating in others but it is an interesting insight on a ver
Operation Hail Storm Brett Arquette Rating: *** I should preface this review by stating that the author sent me (and everyone else on goodreads by the sound of it,) this book for free in exchange for a review, and presumably in the hope I'd buy his newly published sequel. I have to be honest that I started this book fully expecting not to like it, the sheer amount of 5 star reviews and uplikes on Goodreads seemed very suspicious. However I actually enjoyed the book, although