14 comments on “The Confessions of Frannie Langton by Sara Collins | Book Review

  1. Another beautifully written review, Callum! I have a weakness for books written as a confession or with a certain narrative frame (written as a legal document, memoir, etc.) so this definitely appeals to me. Thanks to your review I’m also intrigued by how Collins explored such complex issues—a lot of intersections here. Definitely adding to my TBR.

    • That’s very kind – thank you! Yes, Collins handles the nuances and intersections of big themes with great subtlety. It’s an incredibly impressive debut, and I hope you enjoy it if and when you pick it up!

  2. Ooh five stars! I don’t know why I didn’t have this on my TBR, but it does indeed sound like the sort of thing I’d like. I hope it makes the WP!

    • I think you could really like it 👀🙊 I’d be very happy to see it there. It feels very WP-esque; a great blend of gripping story and literary merit, plus lots of big, nuanced themes.

  3. Great review, and 5 stars!! 🙂 I’ve been so interested in this one already, and am now all the more eager to pick it up. Great characterization, writing, and structure sounds like an absolute must-read. I’m glad you enjoyed it!

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