Oooookay. Let's start by saying that Veronica Roth is one of my favourite authors and & I love her writing. Which is why I was super excited for Carve the Mark! I wouldn't say I was disappointed, but I was a bit lost. In theory, this book had everything I wanted. It's set in a … Continue reading Carve the Mark // Review
Just in case you've been living under a rock for the past year, let's start this by saying there's spoilers galore in this post and I have a lot to say, so this may not be put together very well. Just roll with it. Let's start with a quick breakdown of this plot. It's set … Continue reading The Cursed Child // Discussion
Eddie Chapman find himself standing in the scorched remains of his neighbourhood, everything is ash. Everything is dead. Including the body he’s standing over currently trying to bury. After finding himself stuck in an usual traffic jam, Eddie decides to abandon his car on the freeway and run home to his wife Laura. Once home … Continue reading Thirst by Benjamin Warner
Hidden away in the depths of a little bookstore in Scotland, I found a book called Down the Rabbit Hole. Completely unrelated to this book except that it’s published by the same company! And Other Stories is a fantastic publishing house that specialise in translated fiction. They have a subscription service where for a fixed … Continue reading Open Door by Iosi Havilio
I grew up loving to read and Young Adult books were the books I most related to. Not only did they have gripping plots that had me hooked from the first chapter, characters I loved and loved to hate, but they were a way to make friends and bond with friends from obsessing over new … Continue reading My Issues with YA
Diane, the owner of Happy People Read and Drink Coffee, a literary cafe bookstore, faces tragedy, An accident claims the lives of her beloved husband Colin and her daughter Clara. And that’s where they story lost me. I want to start on the positives with this book because despite the theme’s and characters I didn’t … Continue reading Happy People Read and Drink Coffee
..of not giving a fuck. Sarah Knight. Right, let's start off by saying, I don't do self help books. I shy away from the section and struggle to see how I could possibly pick a good one out of the thousands that are undoubtedly, not going to help me. On a whim, I picked up … Continue reading The Life Changing Magic..