Books I Want To Read in 2018 | Emma Louisa

Books I Want To Read in 2018

Each year I try to figure out a few books I want to prioritise. This year though, I’m hoping to have a little extra free time on my hands, and there were so many books I didn’t get to last year, so my list is a little bigger. Here are 13 of the books I

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To Siri With Love by Judith Newman | Book Review | EmmaLouisa.com

To Siri With Love by Judith Newman | Book Review

To Siri With Love takes you into the lives of Judith and her family, including her young son Gus who has autism. It was a real eye-opener for me. Although I understand the basic elements of how life would be very different with an autistic child, this gave deeper insight into the levels of that.

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Friend Request by Laura Marshall | Book Review | EmmaLouisa.com

Friend Request by Laura Marshall | Book Review

Friend Request starts when Louise receives a Facebook friend request from Maria. But Maria died in high school… Didn’t she?? Friend Request is haunting and realistic. I was genuinely terrified for both Louise and her son. She goes through so many rollercoasters worth of emotions, where her fear is heightened and then lessened as she

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The Savvy Cook by Izy Hossack | Cookbook Review | EmmaLouisa.com

The Savvy Cook by Izy Hossack | Cookbook Review

The Savvy Cook is filled with recipes for the time and money poor. They’re all quick, and really quite cheap. There are lots of vegan and vegetarian options, simply by swapping out milk or other products which can be swapped straight out. You could also add meat to many of the vegetarian meals that it

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Tin Man by Sarah Winman Book Review | EmmaLouisa.com

Tin Man by Sarah Winman | Book Review

Tin Man was heartwarming and heartbreaking. It details the lives of three people, a woman, and two men and their intertwining stories. Each of their stories is told one by one, and as you make your way further in the novel, the story comes together. This novel was a real tipsy turvy one for me, I

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Together by Julie Cohen Book Review | EmmaLouisa.com

Together by Julie Cohen | Book Review

Together is a beautiful tale, told in backwards chronological order. We first learn about the characters in their older life, then their life together, back to when they met. It’s a really interesting way to find out someone’s story. Together was beautiful, eloquent, fast paced and exciting. There are lots of twists and turns that

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