#TsundokuSquad

How To Kill Your Family – Bella Mackie [SPOILERS]

This is our fifth (May) TsundokuSquad read of the year. This month we used the bookclub app to facilitate our monthly read. The idea that we can all read at our own ease and uncover each others comments as and when we reach key points in the book. Avoiding spoilers and keeping pace and suspense … More

Stargazer – Laurie Petrou [SPOILERS]

This is our fourth (April) TsundokuSquad read of the year. This time we read it in on go and discussed at the end, as opposed to splitting it up and discussing weekly like usual. Book Synopsis: Diana Martin has lived her life in the shadow of her sadistic older brother. She quietly watches the family … More

Rachel’s Holiday – Marian Keyes [SPOILERS]

Our third #TsundokuSquad book of the year was ‘Rachel’s Holiday’ by Marian Keyes. As usual we split the book into parts and discussed as a group, now on Sunday evenings. Week 1 So most people in the group are absolutely loving this book so far. Finding it hilarious and an all round enjoyable read (a … More

Forget Me Not – Claire Allan [SPOILERS]

Our second #TsundokuSquad book of the year was ‘Forget Me Not’ by Claire Allen. As usual we split the book into parts and discussed as a group, now on Sunday evenings. Week 1 The prologue immediately had us all gripped and the end of chapter one, leaving us with chills. We’re pretty sure she said … More

The No Show – Beth O’Leary [SPOILERS]

Our first #TsundokuSquad book of the year was ‘The No Show’ by Beth O’Leary. As usual we split the book into parts and discussed as a group on Saturday evenings. Week 1 Many of us have read Beth’s previous books and we therefore have quite high hopes for this one! Mostly we’re off to a … More

Tsundoku Squad 2021 Wrap Up

So the beginning of this year saw the formation of the most amazing group of women I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know. If you’ve never heard of us before, here is our introduction post from the beginning of the year. We’ve read such a great collection of books, including some I’d never have … More

Underneath The Christmas Tree – Heidi Swain [SPOILERS]

Our Twelth and final #TsundokuSquad book of the year was ‘Underneath The Christmas Tree’ by Heidi Swain. As usual we split the book into parts and discussed as a group on Saturday evenings. Synopsis: Wynter’s Trees is the home of Christmas. For the people of Wynmouth it’s where they get their family Christmas tree, and … More

The Maid – Nita Prose [SPOILERS]

Our Eleventh #TsundokuSquad monthly book (November) was ‘The Maid’ by Nita Prose. As usual we split the book into parts and discussed as a group on Saturday evenings. Synopsis: I am your maid.I know about your secrets. Your dirty laundry.But what do you know about me? Molly the maid is all alone in the world. … More

The Whistling – Rebecca Netley [SPOILERS]

Our Tenth #TsundokuSquad monthly book (October) was ‘The Whistling’ by Rebecca Netley. As usual we split the book into parts and discussed as a group on Saturday evenings. Week 1 So this weeks part ended on SUCH a cliff hanger, I’m surprised we all managed to stop. We are loving it so far. Perfect read … More

The Christie Affair – Nina de Gramont [SPOILERS]

Our Ninth #TsundokuSquad monthly book (September) was ‘The Christie Affair’ by Nine de Gramont. I was happy to be back this month as I missed out on August’s… As usual we split the book into parts and discussed as a group on Saturday evenings. Synopsis: In 1926, Agatha Christie disappeared for 11 days. Only I … More

The Hate U Give – Angie Thomas [SPOLIERS]

Our Seventh #TsundokuSquad monthly book (July) was ‘The Hate U Give’ by Angie Thomas. As usual we split the book into parts and discussed as a group on Saturday evenings. Synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Starr lives in two worlds: the poor neighbourhood where she was born and raised and her posh high school in the suburbs. The … More

The Tattoo Thief – Alison Belsham [SPOILERS]

Our Sixth #TsundokuSquad monthly book (June) was ‘The Tattoo Thief’ by Alison Belsham. We all read this book on the kindle and split the book into four parts. Synopsis: A policeman on his first murder caseA tattoo artist with a deadly secretAnd a twisted serial killer sharpening his blades to kill again… When Brighton tattoo … More

Lace – Shirly Conran [SPOILERS]

Our Fifth #TsundokuSquad monthly book (May) was ‘Lace’ by Shirly Conran. This was the third book we’ve read as a group. We all read this book on the kindle and split the book into four parts. Week 1 – 6th March So the prelude was a horrifying and graphic scene which took most of us … More

Circus of Wonders – Elizabeth MacNeal [SPOILERS]

Our fourth #TsundokuSquad monthly book (April) was ‘Circus of Wonders’ by Elizabeth MacNeal. We all read this book on the kindle and split the book into two parts. Part 1 was to read up to 71% which was the end of ‘part 3’ as the book was broken down and part 2 was to read … More

The Islanders – S.V. Leonard [SPOILERS]

Our third #TsundokuSquad monthly book (March) was ‘The Islanders’ by S.V. Leonard. This was the third book we’ve read as a group. We all read this book on the kindle and split the book into four parts. Week 1 – 6th March So, here we are again. Week one on a brand new book. This … More

Paris by Starlight – Robert Dinsdale [SPOILERS]

Our second #TsundokuSquad monthly book was ‘Paris by Starlight’ by Robert Dinsdale. This was the second book we’ve read as a group. We split the book into each of the ‘books’ following the format of the Hardback. Below is how the discussion went each week, with our final view at the end! Week 1 – … More

Love at the Northern Lights [SPOILERS]

Our first #TsundokuSquad monthly book was ‘Love at the Northern Lights’ by Darcie Boleyn. This was the first time we’ve read a book together as a group, so it was interesting to see all our opinions. We split the book into 9 chapter chunks and here is how the discussion went each week with our … More

#TsundokuSquad – Introduction

The #tsundokusquad is a group of us who have fallen together on Twitter. We are a friendly bunch who love talking about books (and a lot of other nonsense too!). We have 13 members (which happen to all be female). All of which live in the UK except for Amanda, who lives over in the … More