2015's final book show with Jenny Crwys-Williams

Jenny introduces a new term to the book review called "perfect stocking filler books", as she reviews her selection of books.

702 and Cape Talk presenter Redi Tlhabi, spoke to Jenny Crwys-Williams about the books which made her list as well as what readers can expect in the next year.

Listen to the interview below:

Around him are all the things that are important to him, the thoughts that he has while he's in bed.

Jenny Crwys-Williams

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