The Note Zoë Folbigg
(Aria, £7.99) HYBRID Sliding Doors meets Sophie Kinsella’s entire back catalogue. IN A NUTSHELL Based on the author’s real-life love story, commuter Maya falls in love with a man on her train. The problem? He’s never spoken to her. So she sets up an elaborate plan to find him again.
FIRST LINE “Maya has done it. She has delivered three sentences and a friendly sign-off, and now it is out of her hands.”
READ IT This is classic beach reading. It’s light, romantic and a bit silly. But if you don’t have a holiday planned, it also makes for ideal commute reading (for obvious reasons).