Great Book Recommendations

I love to read, my Kindle has hundreds of books on it and I am always on the lookout for my next un-put-downable read.

My favourite book ever is Tully by Paullina Simons, it isn't the most uplifting read I must admit but it's a book I have returned to time and again over the years and I will probably read it a few more times over the coming years.  I've still got the paperback copy I had when I was at university, it's a bit tatty but that's because it's been well read and passed through all my friends! If you've never read it I highly recommend you do.

But I'm not ready to read that again at the moment so I asked some of the best bloggers around for their favourite book recommendations, and was amazed when I hadn't read a single one they recommended!  Here are their top picks, I hope you enjoy them!

"Dorothy Koomson books are great to read, my favourites are The Rose Petal Beach and The Woman He Loved Before." www.justaveragejen.com

"Jodi Picoult books can be very thought provoking, easy to read and interesting. Also there are quite a few of them to choose from. I recommend Change of Heart , Salem Falls and

My Sisters Keeper.

www.familytravelwithellie.com

"Anything by Nick Spalding is guaranteed to make you laugh. Love From Both Sides is my favourite!" www.porridgeandparenting.com

"Anything by Harlan Coben….amazing!" www.theamphletts.com

"Ice Cream for Breakfastby Laura Jane Williams. It's perfect! All about letting go and learning to be more childlike, the ways in which all adults could benefit from being more wild and free!"  www.tattooedtealady.com

"Lionby Saroo Brierley Such an Inspiring and uplifting story.. and then watch the film" www.seeingRainbows.co.uk

"The Poirot series by Sophie Hannah – The Closed Casket and The Monogram Murders"www.autismmumma.com

"I loved The Other Side Of The Wall"  www.oftencalledcathy.wordpress.com

"The Good Widow and The Missing Wife"  www.chaosinkent.com/

"The Guernsey potato peel pie society is one of my favourites" www.ablogaboutraisingmyautisticson.com

If you've read a great book PLEASE pop a comment below so I can read it too!!  Thank you!

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