Hungry is Grace’s ‘memoir of wanting more‘, follows her story from childhood, eating beige food and being Brownie in Carlisle, a small community in the North of England. To making it in media, while battling with her imposter syndrome under the bright lights and fancy restaurants of London and the world.
Our most recent read for Book Club wasEleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman. I heard amazing things about this book, I couldn't wait to get stuck in! However, about 30 pages in I was really perturbed by the similarity in theme between this book and the previous book I read.
I have just finished reading the psychological thriller Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land and I wanted to share my book review. It wasn’t a Book Club book, but was just the right size for me to squeeze in before we start the next book.