Best Books Of The Year (So Far)

There’s no time like the middle of the year to think about what you’ve read so far and what you loved. I’ve always done monthly wrap-ups and yearly round-ups of what i’ve read, what my ratings were and my favourites. However, i figured i may as well throw a post in mid-year about what i absolutely adored from this year so far. It might give you a little inspiration as to what to read for the next six months!

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The Drowning of Arthur Braxton by Caroline Smailes – Review

Title: The Drowning of Arthur Braxton

Author: Caroline Smailes

Genre: Contemporary, Literary Fiction, Magical Realism

Publication Date: April 11th 2013

Publisher: HarperCollins

Pages: 366

Summary: Arthur Braxton has had enough. His mum has left, his dad is broken and he’s the laughing stock of his high school. But things are about to change. When Arthur runs away and shelters in an old abandoned bathhouse, he sees a naked woman.

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