Five books I’m really glad I read in 2021…

Hi friends and fellow bookworms! I’m back again with something a little bit different, this time I’m giving my list of 5 books I’m really glad I read last year… Without further introduction here they are!

Oopsie Daisy by Iris Morland – This was a JOY to read, I consumed it so quickly so I’m kinda disappointed I didn’t pace myself with it. I am definitely a fan of this author now and am on the hunt for more of her books (once I’m off my book buying ban of course!)

An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed by Helene Tursten – I was incredibly lucky to receive this an ARC but that in no way impacted my enjoyment, that was all completely natural! I don’t think this would have been one I’d pick up in a shop just on the off chance but it was so good and completely worth the read.

Ariadne, I Love You by J Ashley Smith – Another ARC that has made it onto my list is by J Ashley Smith. A tale of the descent into madness that left me feeling haunted and hollow long after I finished reading. One for you if you’re looking for something a little eerie but without the usual fear factor of horror and thriller books.

Crescendo by Becca Fitzpatrick – I know this has been out forEVER and it’s probably not the best out of the two, but it completely reignited by obsession with Patch and I’m incredibly happy to have gotten my hands on a copy and read it last year!

The Neighbour by London Clarke – The final ARC on this list, and possibly the most frightening of the bunch. I’m not easy to scare with books or films but The Neighbour definitely got under my skin and scared me half to death, I was on the edge of my seat for DAYS after finishing this one.

There are more than likely soooo many other books I could have added to this list, so watch this space for another one later in the year!

Happy reading bookworms! Until next time, Em xxx