Books I read in 2015

Finding time to read is a challenge, but this year I was lucky to tackle over 20 books. Some were good, some were great and a few were sub-par, but each was a journey. I’ve read and discovered some brilliant Australian authors and delved into some Y.A and children’s fiction.  I’ve highlighted some of my favourites.

The Lieutenant – Kate Grenville

Stasiland – Anna Funder 

No Regrets, Edith Piaf biography – Carolyn Burke

A Story Lately Told – Anjelica Huston

Mrs Dalloway – Virginia Woolf

Drink, Smoke, Pass Out – Judith Lucy

A Feast for Crows – George R.R Martin

Angela’s Ashes – Frank McCourt

Peaches for Father Francis – Joanna Harris

A Movable Feast – Ernest Hemingway

The Lovely Bones – Alice Sebold

The Star of Kazan – Eva Ibbotson

Almost French – Sarah Turnball

The Woman in Black – Ann Hill

Caleb’s Crossing – Geraldine Brooks

The Orphan Choir – Sophie Hannah

The Post Office – Charles Bukowski

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Ransom Riggs

Velvet- Mary Hooper