“Fen” is the name Fenella McCabe, the middle of the three McCabe sisters, usually goes by. In “ ...more
Fen McCabe is an art historian and has only ever loved one man in her life - a long dead sculpter. When she moves to London to help archive at the Tate, she hopes to find out more about him. Instead, she meets handsome, funny Matthew, just on the rebound from his latest girlfriend. And just when thing ...more
The first book I picked by Freya North. I was smitten with her, and with the glimpses into the McCabe world.
I had a few issues with the elder relationship (clearly there's something there that should be spoken of with the psychologist), and the twist at the end was a bit creepy.
But I loved the characters. Matt was dreamy, yet there was something that made him realistic and not just a random guy from chick-lit with no development at all. James I could respect, but I was never particuar ...more
Characters: Fen is very interesting, her obsessive looking at each of her hands in turn, looking for an answer is something I can relate to, although I don’t actually do that. I may start tho ...more
Sometimes I read books and think: perhaps I won't admit to this one on my website. I wonder if I could just put my thoughts onto the books page and bypass the weblog page. But there's a dishonesty in that. It'd be like sneaking the News of the World inside the Times....more
Ik heb met momenten mezelf moeten dwingen om verder te lezen. Ik heb dan ook heel lang gedacht dat ik dit boek maar 2 sterren zou geven. Maar dan kom je aan de laatste 50-70 blz en pas toen had het boek me beet en wou ik blijven doorlezen. Dat is dan ook de reden dat het toch nog 3 sterren krijgt.
verwarrend boek, tijdsindeling lijkt soms niet te kloppen, de mijmeringen van een personage,.. sorry is echt nie ...more
also if u have read any of her books u will immediately fall in with cat and pip again. also everyone should have an uncle like theirs!
just found that the link between her 2 boyfriends - or buses - was a bit far fecthed