I haven't read this one yet LL, but I am going to buy it to put on the book shelf, I read about it being reviewed on the Zoe Ball book club, a new tv programme, I didn't see the programme, also read the details on amazon.
I'll look for it on Amazon, could do with a laugh.
I downloaded an audio book about buddhism because I needed something soothing to help me sleep and OH wasn't cutting the mustard with his tossing and turning, fidgiting and then snoring. Not a subject I'd ever explored before, the guy's voice was so soothing I never got past the first chapter!, it's all in the voice for me.
I had just downloaded this book when you posted Jazzy, it's taken me a few weeks to get round to starting it but today I finished it .... and I loved it too. Very good read, nothing like the kind of psychological thrillers i usually enjoy, but an excellent story all the same. I feel I know the two main characters now and have that odd feeling when you finish a book that you enjoy and feel sad for no longer being involved with them.
I have managed to read this book at last, OH read it first and really liked it, and now I have too, and what a good book, the characters really pulled me in, and I was rooting for them all the way to the end, which, quite honestly, I didn't want to happen
I love Mike Gayle and I've read most of his books ( possibly them all apart from this one) . His early ones were better but meant for a younger audience than me. Still enjoyed them though. My favourite was Mr Commitment.
I'm glad you picked up this thread again Magggzz, I was in the book shop trying to think of the title the other day, wanted to find a new book for my train journey. Couldn't remember it at the time but will get it in time for another journey