World Book Day

Happy World Book Day! As passionate readers ourselves, World Book Day is a celebration close to our hearts.  So today, we're excited to share our team's all-time favourite reads! From timeless classics to gripping thrillers, here are the books that have left a lasting impression on us:

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, & the Horse, by Charlie Mackesy. “An illustrated book that we can all relate to and you can open it on any page and take something calming and positive from it”.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, by Mark Haddon. “I like books written from the perspective of the main character. I think it’s an interesting story that shows a different perspective. I revisit it every so often for a re-read and enjoy it just as much as I did many years ago!”.

Rebecca, by Daphne Du Maurier. “When I first read it in my teens, I was fascinated by the protagonist, who remained unnamed, and how she was obsessed with an evil dead woman. Even though Rebecca is the villain in the novel, I named my daughter after her. It was first published in 1939 and I have an original copy in my bookcase”.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, by Stieg Larsson. “I really enjoyed this book. It was hard to follow but I loved the constant twists and turns in the plot which is why I read it in 2 days (by the pool on holiday!)”.

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