The Book Fridge has become my main source of reading since I left paid employment. It’s free, there’s no limit on the time you keep a book, and there’s an ever-changing choice.
I’ve enjoyed re-reading books by Joanna Trollope and Maeve Binchy. Currently I’m savouring “Josephine and Harriet” by Betty Burton. The writing has a refreshing naivete, and tells the story of two women in Victorian London, who lead very different lives. It’s a mystery based on a true incident.
The Book Fridge has also provided me with a copy of “The Luminaries” which I’ve yet to tackle. I believe Book Fridges are popping up in other places. Is there one near you?
“It is a real privilege
to live so close to the Book Fridge.”