Tag Archives: readheadbooks

March 05

French Exit by Patrick deWitt

I didn’t sleep the night I finished this book. It is funny but also strangely emotional and I couldn’t get it out of my head. Released late last year, French Exit tells the story of a glamorous New York widow, Frances and her gloomy adult son, Malcolm. The two of them have spent the last of […]

October 08

Commonwealth by Anne Patchett

Having read this book, it’s decided. Anne Patchett has earned a seat at my ‘in-my-dreams dinner party’. You know the one?  The dinner party you’d host if you could invite anyone living or dead – the legends, those you love, have crushes on, wish desperately were your friends.  That one. She’d be joined by Lily […]

September 12

The Girls by Emma Cline

Here is one author to keep your eyes on, Readheads. Emma Cline has written a beauty with The Girls and while not the easiest of reads or most fun, it is certainly a damn fine one.   My heart broke a little with each page and not because it is super sad in the traditional […]