Praise

For The Family Line

Wilkinson ably navigates the tender, sometimes fraught exchanges between her protagonists. Though its scope is ambitious, and could easily have veered off-course, deft interweaving of complex themes makes for a haunting début.’

For Books’ Sake. Read the complete review here

‘This is a compelling story that raises important issues and will linger in the mind long after the last page has been turned.’

Joanna Caney, New Books Magazine. Read the complete review here

‘This mind-blowingly original novel asks big questions about a woman’s right to choose when to have children…  Ultimately, it questions how far is too far… This is a book that will haunt your dreams.’

Pam McIlroy, Books at Broadway. Read the complete review here

‘ This is an interesting and emotional début, and is highly recommended.’

Michelle Moore, Book Club Forum. Read the complete review here

‘Wilkinson at her best is an author to watch, and I shall look forward very much to seeing what she does next.’

Anne Brooke, Vulpes Libris. Read the complete review here

‘… a fantastic debut novel which surpassed my expectations.  I totally agree with one Amazon reviewer; this has got BBC 3-part drama written all over it! Simply fabulous!’

Kirsty, Book Love Bug. Read the complete review here

 

For Redemption Song

‘a powerful yet joyous read. There is a nail biting ending, and despite the fact that I knew it would all be OK, it doesn’t spoil the enjoyment of reading this wonderful book. The perfect read for a stormy afternoon’
Brighton and Hove Independent

‘a wonderful story that captures your heart … a special read’
Being Anne Reading

‘an intriguing and realistic take on one family’s struggle to survive all that life has thrown at them. It’s full of emotion, drama and is a hugely memorable and addictive read’
Bookaholic Holly

‘a really heart-warming story. With themes of loss and betrayal, and resentment and hidden bitterness that develop into trust and love and loyalty, Redemption Song is an engaging, character led story’
Random Things Through My Letterbox

‘Beautifully written with lots of twists and turns’
Sincerely BookAngels

‘a perceptive look at the minutiae of lives irretrievably damaged by circumstances’
Jaffa Reads Too

‘a wonderful story that you really won’t want to put down’
A Lover of Books

‘This is a novel about learning to let go and the concept of forgiveness. How can you forgive others if you can’t forgive yourself. It’s certainly a book that will make you think.’
Off-the-Shelf Books

‘A bit of a slow burner to begin with but, oh my goodness so, so well worth sticking with. Laura Wilkinson is already a firm favourite of mine.’
Pen and Paper

 

For Public Battles, Private Wars

National Museum of Wales Book of the Month – June 2014

‘Vivid and engaging. A touching, well-written novel’

Welsh Books Council Reader Report

‘The Full Monty for women’

BBC presenter Jeni Barnett

‘I absolutely loved it’

Bookaholic Holly – in Top Ten books of 2014 for Bookaholic Confessions. Read the full review here.

‘A compelling story with some great characters. Public Battlers, Private Wars is a story that looks at friendships, community, love and jealousy.’

Random Things Through my Letterbox. Full review here.

‘It will have you gripped.’

Brighton and Hove Independent. Full review here.

‘A novel with a big heart’

Pen & Paper. Full review here.

‘Characters you can believe in.’

Which Book? Review here.

‘Wilkinson is an excellent writer’

Former miner’s wife

‘Public Battles, Private Wars recalls this turbulent time in a direct, unpretentious style, bringing women’s experience to the fore’

For Books’ Sake. Full review here.

 

For BloodMining

‘BloodMining is compelling, and Wilkinson ably navigates the tender, sometimes fraught exchanges between her protagonists. Though its scope is ambitious, and could easily have veered off-course, BloodMining’s deft interweaving of complex themes makes for a haunting début.’

Tara Hanks, For Books’ Sake. Read the complete review here

‘This is a
 compelling story that raises important issues and will linger in the mind long after the last page has been turned.’

Joanna Caney, New Books Magazine. Read the complete review here

‘This mind-blowingly original novel asks big questions about a woman’s right to choose when to have children…  Ultimately, BloodMining questions how far is too far… This is a book that will haunt your dreams.’

Pam McIlroy, Books at Broadway. Read the complete review here

‘[BloodMining] is published by a very small publisher, but it very much deserves a larger publisher who can get it on the high street shelves. This is an interesting and emotional début, and is highly recommended.’

Michelle Moore, Book Club Forum. Read the complete review here

‘… a darn good book and a darn good read… a writer of great skill and fine descriptive power. I cannot commend BloodMining to you more highly – it’s a genuine page turner that’s both original and fascinating.’

Tony Cook, ABCtales. Read the complete review here

‘Wilkinson at her best is an author to watch, and I shall look forward very much to seeing what she does next.’

Anne Brooke, Vulpes Libris. Read the complete review here

‘… a fantastic debut novel which surpassed my expectations.  I totally agree with one Amazon reviewer; this has got BBC 3-part drama written all over it! Simply fabulous!’

Kirsty, Book Love Bug. Read the complete review here

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