The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight


The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight is based on Hadley, a girl who misses the flight to get her to her father and her step-mum’s wedding by four minutes, and because of it, bumps into a sweet English boy named Oliver. Set over a 24 hour period, this story is about fate, love and acceptance. I adored reading this book. I was flew through it because of how interested and invested I was in the plot and the characters. The dialogue is extremely sweet and was another reason why I read it so quickly. It is beautifully written. Jennifer E. Smith does a brilliant job of painting a beautiful picture with her words, more so than I’ve read in a long time.

Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour

Amy & Rodger's Epic Detour

Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour is about two teenagers travelling from California to Connecticut, who, along the way, encounter new people, new experiences and end up falling for each other. I loved this book. One of the many things that I loved about it was that it was both an emotional and physical journey, including the experiences of grief, anxiety, pain and love. Morgan Matson’s writing is spectacular. I extremely enjoyed the plot, characters and writing style that I got to experience while reading this book. It was all extremely well developed and well thought out. I definitely recommend!

Flashbacks From The Flow Zone


Tom Crago owns and runs a video game development studio. Flashbacks from the Flow Zone is his love letter to the business trip: a raging anti-memoir that’s all about the ride. You may not think that a book about the actual experience of travel – in planes, buses, trains, cars – about airports- would be all that interesting. But you’d be wrong. This is a fascinating and often hilarious account of what it is like to travel for work and becomes a tribute to all forms of human transport warts and all, as well as offering keen insights into the minds of people in all the various countries he visits.

Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy


From the author of ‘The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry’ comes a new novel telling Queenie Hennessy’s side of the story. While Harold Fry is walking the length of England to save her, she begins a new letter to tell him everything, confessing to secrets she has hidden for twenty years. A volunteer at the hospice where Queenie is living her last days points out: “Even though you’ve done your travelling, you’re starting a new journey too.”

Queenie thought her first letter would be the end of the story. She was wrong. It was the beginning.