The Second Cup by
I quite enjoyed this book, especially with all the different references to tea across the whole story. Since reading this story, I’m in search of a cup of white tea.
The story following four ladies made me crave to one day properly visit Manchester. I enjoyed reading authentic relationship trials and joys between the friends and their partners, as well as dwelling in their past. Jack’s suicide is questioned throughout the story, while the characters mourn in their own way.
The character interviews at the end are a nice touch as the prologue.
Sadly, I got quite confused between all the different characters, which is why I gave it only 4 stars.
I suggest reading this one early in the morning, in your garden, listening to the birds with a cup of tea.