5 out of 5 stars Highly recommended as holiday read
By Catherine McLean
Your delightful book “Unlikely Neighbours” is a great easy read. Once you pick it up, it is not easily put down again! One is easily able to relate to the characters and their daily lives. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is looking for a great book to take on holiday, or just to simply curl up with for the weekend. Enjoy!
5 out of 5 stars Couldn’t put this down, 10 July 2014
I couldn’t put it down. I rarely read this sort of book, i normally favour thrillers. But for a couple of days, I didn’t watch telly, in fact I didn’t do much of anything except read this.
I would thoroughly recommend it as a light hearted read. Looking forward to reading the next book.
5 out of 5 stars Curl up and escape!, 16 Dec 2013
By Jane Bennett
A lovely escape to the world of these unlikely neighbours. I became completely engrossed with the characters and didn’t want to put the book down at all. A cosy, comfy read – ideal for on holiday or whilst curled up snugly during the winter.
5 out of 5 stars Perfect for those autumn afternoons …., 3 Sep 2013
By Katie Day
This is a great book, I really enjoyed. Gill’s style of writing is easy and accessible and this is the perfect book for curling up in front of the fire as the autumn afternoons draw in. Buy it, you won’t regret it.
4 out of 5 stars It all adds up, 30 July 2013
By Oscar B
This tale of mis-matched neighbours is unusual as it is written in the first person by each of the main characters. Because of this it takes longer to get into as a reader; but it is well worthwhile as it all adds up in the end.
4 out of 5 stars Perfect holiday read, 31 May 2013
Written with a light and confident touch and I agree, it certainly does not feel like a first book. Gill draws you into the lives of her characters so you genuinely want to know what happens to them all. I enjoyed the way the story is presented from the different perspectives of each person. An easy read for your holiday.
4 out of 5 stars Enjoyable and thought-provoking, 22 April 2013
By Jack Barrett
Not my usual choice of book – I`m usually drawn to thrillers – but this made for an enjoyable change. The writing skips along, mixing a real sense of fun with deeper – sometimes even darker – interludes. Great first book.
5 out of 5 stars Poignant and witty, 19 April 2013
By Tom Evans “Author of This We Know & Flavours … (Surrey, UK)
This book has the feel of a novel that has come from the pen of a seasoned author on their 10th book or so. I find it hard to believe this is book #001 !
I love the way the plot swings around from perspective to perspective of the characters, learning more and more about their machinations as we get sucked into the minutiae of the Middle England world.
More please !!