Top 5 Wednesday

This weeks topic really spoke to me because it happens more often than not in Scotland:

Rainy Day Reads

It’s always quite difficult getting it to five but I managed to cut them down quite quickly this time. All of the books I’ve chosen are easy to read and really transported me into the story or setting.

Big Little Lies | Liane Moriarty

big little lies

The mystery in this book was phenomenal, I was constantly kept guessing, this was a page turner for sure.

The Smell of Other People’s Houses | Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock

peoples-houses

The atmosphere in this book was amazing and I would love to revisit the magical Alaskan setting on a rainy day.

Believe Me | JP Delaney

believe me

This book had me questioning everything and I was thinking about it for days afterwards a great book to get absorbed in on a miserable day.

Faking Friends | Jane Fallon

faking friends

Well anything Jane Fallon really she is an author I can pick up easily and I’m always entertained.

 

The Man Who Didn’t Call | Rosie Walsh

man who didn't call

A book that was very unexpected, it ended up being a total rollercoaster book that pulled at all of my emotions, perfect to get lost in on a rainy day.

What would your rainy day reads be?

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