So it’s been a while since I’ve done a book review. I’ve just finished reading the silent daughter. This book is available on Kindle Unlimited.
The silent daughter features Sadie Kelly, a teacher at a school with a haunting past. Suddenly, a school-girl she teaches goes missing. Will she cope with the secrets revealed to her. How will Sadie cope when she realises someone knows her secrets?
This book has unexpected twists and turns. I like how this book addressees lots of sensitive subjects (mental health etc). In my opinion, this makes the story seem real and relatable.
However many good points. It is still another book that wouldn’t be a stand out to me. Even though I did still like it.
I would recommend this book to someone who enjoys a good page-turner with lots of suspense.
So as some of you know, I’m currently an Open University student. When I began studying from home, I struggled a little to adjust. Here are some tips and opinions I’ve come up with that helped me study.
Chose a designated space- A space free from distractions, and gets you in the mindset of studying. I find having everything I need in that space helpful.
Create a schedule- I like to know how long I need to spend studying. A routine allows me to use my time wisely.
Take regular breaks- Give your brain time to rest.
Remove distractions- I try to go somewhere quiet where disturbance is low (easier said than done)
Join groups- I learnt so much by joining WhatsApp and Facebook groups of people, who are studying the same as me.
Believe in yourself and work hard- Whether it’s online or in a school. Have the confidence in yourself. Try the hardest you can and be proud.
Have fun- I know how stressful studying can be, but I try to enjoy it as much as I can.
So this is my book review of the day she came back by Amanda Prowse. This book is available on Kindle unlimited.
Brief description of this book.
Victoria’s world is turned upside down when her Grandmother Prim dies. Then when a woman comes forward, claiming to be Victoria’s mother. Victoria finds this hard to believe. She has always been told her mother had died. How will she cope?