Some Advance Reader Copies (eARCs) via Netgalley included. They will be marked with an *
I read more books than I review individually on the blog, so I thought I’d do a round up at the end of each month. Starting, obviously enough, with my January reads.
The Versions of Us by Laura Barnett
I’ve already written a full review of The Versions of Us so I won’t go in to too much detail. It’s an enjoyable and well written story about fate and love. If the moment two people meet never actually happens will their paths cross further down the line?
This central question is used to weave three alternate narratives for Eva and Jim. This is definitely a book to read in the physical form. I read it on my Kindle and found not being able to being able to flick back and forth, when I needed reminding of which timeline I was in, incredibly frustrating.