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TW: miscarriage, abortion, post-partum depression, domestic violence.
CW: strong language, sex scenes, mention of suicidal mood.
No TWs or CWs are discussed in this review.
I’ve loved Jessie Burton since I read The Miniaturist, so I was pretty excited to finally get round to reading her latest novel, The Confession, especially as I have a signed copy! The Confession tells a story across two different time periods, 1980-83 and 2017-18. In 2018, Rose Simmons is looking for the mother that disappeared when she was a baby. In 1980, Elise Morceau bumps into novelist Constance Holden and the pair begin a turbulent relationship.Read More »