Spark Book Club: Staying cool with some hot reads

Michelle By Michelle

It’s mid-July, the sun is beating down, the tube is unbearable, and some of us are pining hard for that season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. I’m well known amongst the Spark team for my dislike of any temperature above 10 degrees, and even though the Great Air-Con Wars of 2019 seem to rage on an hourly basis in the office, I’m pretty much alone in this.

Luckily as I live in Yorkshire, I don’t have to suffer the seventh circle of hell (the Central Line) too often, but it is at this time of year that I go into an unseasonal hibernation and stay out of the sun as much as possible. And what better way to do that than hide inside and read a book?

The Spark Book Club has been up and running for a couple of months now, and the team has been busily working its way through the latest tomes – here’s some of our reviews:

Whether like me, you go into paroxysms of joy at the first signs of a morning frost, or you’re a sun-seeker who’ll be topping up your tan while you do your holiday reading – we’d love to hear your recommendations over on @sparkcomms