Something Nasty in the Woodshed by Kyril Bonfiglioli…Something Nasty in the Woodshed - the third Charlie Mortdecai novel 'Splendidly enjoyable. The jokes are excellent, but the most horrible things keep happening' Sunday Telegraph
At the Bottom of Everything by Ben Dolnick [A stunning novel of friendship, guilt, and madness: two friends, torn apart by a terrible secret, and the dark adventure that neither of them could have ever conceived.
"Why We Took the Car is a heart-warming coming-of-age novel about two boys who form a beautiful, caring friendship that doesn’t judge or ridicule." - an odd reminder to me of "catcher in the rye" suebeth(BV)
YA novels bring us so much, they can be beautiful, they can be scary, and they always carry their own truth. It’s been established many times over, but you don’t need to be a young adult to read novels in the YA category.
To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Atticus Finch: Easily the most heroic, admirable character that I've ever come across in reading. And Boo! My children know my love of Boo, thus their many nicknames!