Book Club

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So I don’t normally read books like this. In fact, I have NEVER read a book like this.

It was released on 29 January 2015 & is a true story written by (with the help of a ghostwriter), Megan Stephens.

At 14 years old, going on holiday is meant to be an amazing, fun & innocent experience. Unfortunately, what happened to Megan over the course of 6 years, completely ripped her life apart.

I read this book in a few hours. It was shocking, and yet, I couldn’t stop reading.

The sadness, anger & confusion that I felt was something that I cannot describe.

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Weirdly, it’s one of the best books that I have read in years. I wanted to reach out and give Megan a hug.

The evil portrayed in this book is beyond belief and something we cannot fathom.

No child should go through what poor Megan went through, but, at 25 years old, Megan is now trying to start a new life.

It’s a wonderfully honest, and upsetting true account of pure innocence versus pure evil.

I got my copy from my local ASDA store, but you can grab your copy from Amazon here 

Book Club

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This week, I am reading The Boy that Never Was by Karen Perry.

I have just started it, and I am hooked!

These are my favourite types of books to read; a tense thriller that I can really get my teeth into!

If you’re in the market for a new read to take you into the end of January, then I recommend this!

Currently on Amazon for £3.85, what are you waiting for? Get your copy here