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What I've been reading: June, July and August

I've read some absolutely brilliant books these last few months - here's a round up!
I've been following Laura Jane Williams on Instagram for a while now and I love her honesty and sense of humour, so I was delighted to get my hands on a copy of Our Stop*.  Romantic comedies aren't my usual preferred choice of book, but this one feels modern and hopeful.

The Casual Vacancy by J.K.Rowling was fab - whilst it is completely different from Harry Potter in terms of subject matter, it has brilliant characters who you as a reader care about, and that's what I loved about the Potter books.  I've been recommending this to everyone.

I loved the Maggic O'Farrell book I read earlier this year, and I felt the same about This Must Be The Place.  Reclusive film star, families, how an event many decades ago can impact people today - it's simply a great story, incredibly well told.

Heartburn by Nora Ephron is a story of a marriage ending - it's supposed to be quite f…

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