I'm Lexi, and this is my book blog. In addition to having a degree in journalism, I have worked for several online publications and I also currently work in broadcast media as a radio presenter. I have a passion for writing, photography and literature so that is why I decided to create The Reader's Review.
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'To say this is Lee’s debut novel, she writes with such authority and plays on all our fears like a puppeteer with silk strings.'
I’m going to start off by telling you that this isn’t my
usual type of book. I’m a classics-kind-of-girl, and never thought a book like
this could win me over. Oh, how wrong was I. Beverley Lee’s debut novel, The
Making of Gabriel Davenport, is a captivating, dark and bewitching story that everyone is going to love.
teaches us that time is infinite, with many great stories to tell in-between,
this is just one of them.'
Let’s just say that The Catcher in the Rye wouldn’t be
everyone’s cup of tea, however I find it an intriguing and provocative read
with important (and sometimes frightening) themes of depression, independence
and youthful rebellion at its core.