I adored Eliza’s first book, In the Quiet, so I’m looking forward to curling up with her gorgeous prose and probably crying bucket-loads of tears once again.
The Muse - Jessie Burton
I bought this earlier in the year but haven’t yet got around to reading it. It’s been so well reviewed that I feel like I should really get onto it sooner rather than later!
Three Wishes - Liane Moriarty
I’m making my way through Moriarty’s backlist and I’m finding lots of wonderful stories in her earlier books, just as in her later books. I just have this one and The Last Anniversary still to go.
Les Parisiennes - Anne Sebba
This is about the women of Paris, and how they made it through the grim and frightening years of the second world war. I’m expecting this to be an uplifting and inspiring book about courage in the face of oppression and tragedy.
Six Tudor Queens: Anne Boleyn - A King’s Obsession - Alison Weir
I read the first in this series, Katherine of Aragon, last year and, because of the length and extraordinary detail, think it will be the perfect book to read on a rainy weekend when there’s nothing else to do but stay indoors.
Author Sophie Green’s novel THE INAUGURAL MEETING OF THE FAIRVALE LADIES BOOK CLUB completes the circle of her enduring love for epic Australian stories that reflect the stark grandeur of our landscape.