Sunday, 8 April 2018
I absolutely loved this book, it tells us the story of two people crossing the Camino - Zoe and Martin. Both are walking for different reasons and both have a lot of issues to resolve.
Their paths cross before they set off on the walk, and entwine along the way. It’s not a soppy love story but there is a hint of romance along the way, as well as them resolving their personal issues and discovering more about themselves.
This was well written and wrote in the style of Zoe and Martins journeys, it is easy to read between the two and I found that I just wanted to keep on reading to find out how their journeys ended.
Wednesday, 4 April 2018
I don’t know where I’ve been - this is the first book that I’ve read and it’s the last in the Elder cases!! Clearly I’m going to have to go back now and catch up on what I’ve missed.
I loved the storyline to this book, two separate criminals to catch but it was written brilliantly so there was no confusion. I loved that I got to meet the characters and find out more about them - had I have read the full series then I probably would already know who was who in some of our cast. However it wasn’t one of those series that I felt that I’d missed out but not having read the previous books and it can clearly be read as a stand alone too..... for me however I would love to go back to the beginning to find out more!
Thursday, 22 March 2018
This book was a great read, I thought that I had the storyline worked out fairly quickly, however there was a twist and it was I didn’t see it coming!
It was fast paced and I wanted to read more until I got to the end. It’s written in different parts of before and now in two persons accounts, it can be a bit confusing if you don’t like flicking between times/people in each chapter but I found it easy enough to follow as the book was well written.