Wishbones by Virginia Macgregor


I want to start this review with a long, dreamy sigh. Okay, that’s sorted, let’s get into it. Wishbones by Virginia Macgregor is a gorgeous book, it might even be among one of my favourites of the year and it’s only February!

wishbonesWishbones is all about a teenaged girl called Feather who lives in a very small English town where nothing much goes on. Except everything goes on in this book as we follow Feather through six life changing months in her young life. It starts on New Year’s Eve, Feather comes home to discover her mum, one of Britain’s most obese women, in a diabetic coma. This horrific experience pushes Feather into action as she decides to take it upon herself to make her mum better before she eats herself to death. Alongside this, Feather is an avid swimmer and is training towards winning the Junior UK Swimming Championships, so it’s safe to say that she’s got a lot on her mind. As she tries to help her mother, she discovers all kinds of shocking secrets about her family. The story is gripping with lots of intrigue and manages to tie lots of different storylines and ideas up into a complex and coherent novel.

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Christmas/Birthday Book Haul

Because I love being late to the party, here’s my Christmas book haul. Expect my January book haul sometime in the next year or two… I must get better at this whole blogging thing! Anyway. I love Christmas. It’s a great excuse for me to add lots of lovely books to my TBR pile without feeling guilty for spending money on them, BECAUSE IT AIN’T MY MONEY. HAHAHA!

These are the books I received for Christmas/my Birthday/bought myself in the sales because I have no self-control. I hope you enjoy the list, I think each of them makes a great gift so if you’re looking for any inspiration for upcoming birthday presents for loved ones, or maybe even Valentine’s Day gifts, these are some pretty good choices!


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