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Death By Choc-Lit (Summer 2018): Book A

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Etihad Sat 18-Aug-18 13:13:26

Replacement/Extra book added as one seems to have gone missing (might be book 2 but not sure) Hope it’s ok smile

yaela123 Thu 06-Sep-18 16:51:02

Hi! I have just finished this book and I really liked it! It is the kind of book I do read quite a lot, and I enjoyed the style of writing and POV. It was interesting to 'see inside their head', especially as someone who has experience of schizophrenia in their family. I found the characters and plot very engaging and will definitely be recommending it to people.

Thank you!

Etihad Fri 07-Sep-18 16:11:51

Really glad you liked it. Sorry I didn’t think about anyone having experience of this issue in their family (ironic seeing my posts on book 9!) but brilliant it was a good read for you.

One of the main ways I can tell if I enjoyed a book or not is wherther or not I ‘miss’ the characters when I have finished reading it, and with this I definately did.

The next book you will get is a good one too smile

yaela123 Fri 07-Sep-18 19:22:06

Looking forward to it!

Queenie72 Tue 02-Oct-18 18:29:47

I have this book , have been meaning to read it for a while so am pleased it is one of the choices will let you know what I think

clairethewitch70 Fri 23-Nov-18 18:35:16

This is one of the best books I have ever read and I read a lot. Matt and Simon are both in my head now, this book has a way of staying with you after you have read the last line. I have worked in MH and suffer from MH illness myself and the experiences based on the ward were spot on in my experiences on both sides. It was sensitively written and I note that the author is a MH nurse. The book left me wanting more as any book should. 10/10

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