Jasper hears colours. He has both synesthesia and prosopagnosia, where he doesn’t recognise faces, even his own, but he sees the world in a kaleidoscope of colour. When something happens to his neighbour, Jasper needs to look past the colours and try and make sense of what happened. This is my review of The Colour of Bee Larkin’s Murder.
Read my thoughts on the 2020 ‘Pulitzer Prize Finalist’ novel, The Dutch House.
My review of the critically acclaimed ‘Becoming’, a memoir by Michelle Obama.
In a never ending month, this is what I read and watched.
Meredith May’s The Honey Bus: A Memoir of Loss, Courage and a Girl Saved by Bees.
A mini review.
Blackberry and Wild Rose is Sonia Velton’s debut novel, available from early January 2019. Read my review here!