These four novels, their settings spanning the whole length of the UK, really capture the gorgeous wind-swept, rugged coastline that I love so much...
Each story features a crumbling home, a woman, drawn to the isolation and beauty of the coastline, seeking solace or escape, or finding a connection with the sea...💕🌊
Today‘s song choice 🎧🎶
IRL Bookclub book last night. A book of two halves was the verdict & we were split about which half. Scored between 6 & 9 ( out of 10)
I loved it ,( especially the 2d half ) some felt it was a bit too much ( kitchen sink & all ) ..
the night ended with a sing song , the song of the night @TrishB was The Leaving of Liverpool ... I‘m calling us the singing Bookclub now 😂
All the stars ...⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I loved this book. All of life is here . The way she could move between delightful & funny .. to suddenly dark & tragic.
I listened to Sarah Winman speak on YouTube , she says “ the more fantastical the stories, the more pain that‘s underneath “ this hit a cord with me. I preferred this one to Tin Man ( maybe I need to read that again) and I‘m looking forward to A Year of Marvellous Ways ✨love her writing ! Exceptional