Going Home by Harriet Evans is a cool British chick lit novel. It’s a simple novel but I have to say its pretty good. It’s not one of the greatest Chick lit novels or one of the funniest chick lit novels but still you can enjoy the book without getting bored.
Twenty something Lizzy Walter is living the good life, working in London at a film–production company and visiting her family’s manor in the country whenever she wants a change. Until, still stung over her boyfriend’s betrayal, she arrives home for Christmas with her sister Jess and cousin Tom to discover that Keeper House must be sold to pay her adored, but unreliable, Uncle Mike’s debts. Her family seems to have accepted the loss of their ancestral home, but she is in denial, so that while they are planning her aunt Chin’s wedding and packing up the house, she sequesters herself in her London apartment and broods, using sex as a panacea but refusing to commit to any relationships.
Going Home is the first chick lit novel written by Harriet Evans but its very impressive for a first novel. I’m looking forward to read other books of Harriet Evans.
Temple is another great Action/Thriller novel from Matthew Reilly. This another fast pace action novel with great complex action scenes. Shootings, fights, explosions and killings, start to end. Temple is one hellwa Thriller which will keep you glued to the novel till you finish reading it. You become a instant fan of author Matthew Reilly if you haven’t read his books before.
Story goes like – William Race, a mild-mannered professor, is impressed into the U.S. army on a bizarre mission: to retrieve a centuries-old Incan idol revered by a Peruvian Indian tribe. The idol, carved out of a meteorite, is the missing ingredient in a so-called “planet-killer,” a weapon long sought not only by the U.S. government, but also by a neo-Nazi group whose scientists, linguists, and anthropologists seem to be one step ahead of the Americans. Only Race can translate the legendary manuscript that holds the key to the idol’s location high in the Andes in a temple guarded by huge, man-eating panthers, on a moat seething with equally carnivorous crocodiles.
This books might have too much action and violence for some of you. I have seen people say the story is far fetched, over active. But if you love fast pace action thrillers, Temple is another good novel to read.