Sunday, 25 August 2013

Showcase Sunday #31

Just a quick round-up this week, as I didn't make it to the library, and I have been good (better!) at resisting those pesky little Kindle deals...

I did pick up One Step Too Far, by Tina Seskis (which is still 99p on Kindle), which I am almost halfway through and enjoying a lot.

An apparently happy marriage. A beautiful son. A lovely home. So what makes identical twin Emily Coleman get up one morning and walk right out of her life? How will she survive? And what is the date that looms, threatening to force her to confront her past? No-one has ever guessed her secret. Will you? (from the blurb)

I'm not sure where it's all going yet, which I am glad about, but I'm trying not to expect too much from the twist ending and just go along for the ride.

Recent reviews
I Feel Bad About My Neck, and Other Thoughts on Being a Woman - Nora Ephron (10/10)
Sharp Objects - Gillian Flynn (6.5/10)
The Body in the Library - Agatha Christie (7/10)

Happy reading!

Showcase Sunday is hosted by Vicky at Books, Biscuits and Tea.


  1. One Step Too Far sounds interesting, maybe a little like Gone Girl in its mystery element?

    I will check out your Sharp Objects review once I've read the book - it's sitting on my shelf waiting for me.

    Here's my round-up of the week.


  2. Well done with your powers of resistance!

  3. Ha, it's so hard to resist deals! Happy reading (:

  4. You know I've heard great things about this book! It's been on my wishlist for a while now :) Hope you enjoy :)

    Megan xxxxxxxx

  5. Ooh that book does sound interesting! And mad props for resisting the Kindle deals... I am such a glutton for those!!

    Thanks for stopping by my STS!

    Jessica@Lovin' Los Libros

  6. That does sound interesting! And it's new to me. Thanks for sharing, I hope you end up liking it! :)

  7. It does sound intriguing! And congrats on resisting those Kindle deals! :)

    I've been doing pretty good on the 'not buying any new books' front for a few months but I caved and bought 3 crime novels in Amsterdam. *sigh* Oh well.


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