Book Review: Lilo loves world book day 2013

As it is world book day today I thought I would join in the celebrations by taking a look back at five of my favourite book reviews over the past year. Remember that Lilo Loves reading so you can expect lots more book reviews to come, I have been a real bookworm over the past few months. Enjoy!

Book Review: Diana Vreeland: The eye has to travel – Lisa Immordino Vreeland
A good book doesn’t just mean a novel. This book is a must for any lovers of fashion and art, it includes 350 illustrations and photographs. Diana Vreeland is a legend in the fashion world and the imagery in this book is gorgeous. Click here to buy.

Book Review: Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Adichie is a beautiful writer. Half of a Yellow Sun is no light read, as she tackles the Nigerian civil war. You are taken on a really emotional journey so be prepared! Click here to buy.

Book Review: One Day by David Nicholls
Reading One Day, is like watching a 30 something tv drama, and I mean that in a positive way. Nicholls style of writing and the witty humour of the characters draws you straight in and you find yourself eagerly almost gobbling up every second of their intertwined lives. Click here to buy.

Book Review: The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet by David Mitchell
I have a real interest in all things Japanese and the detail and history in this book is fabulous, mixed with a dash of intrigue and folklore set in the late 1700s, Thousand Autumns is a one of a kind epic. Click here to buy.

Book Review: Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand by Helen Simonson
This is a wonderful and humorous romantic comedy, but the difference is it tackles everything from ageism, racism, classism, religion, capitalism, bereavement, traditio, gossip, relationships and stereotypes – yes it really does! Click here to buy.


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