I am very disappointed with the number of books I read this month. I was expecting to read a lot more because my exams are over, it's the summer holidays, and I didn't even limit myself with a tbr. However, this has just proved to me my need for a tbr. I read a lot … Continue reading July Wrap Up
I finished this book yesterday and all I can say is...wow. Well actually, that's not true as I am now going to write a whole blog post about it 😛 I am going to start by just briefly summarising what this book is about, although it seems like most people know a lot about it … Continue reading What makes a great fantasy book? – The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson Review
So this is a new series of posts I will be doing for who knows how long. I struggle to review classics because they are classics for a reason, and therefore they usually seem impossible to criticise. Then I thought, hang on a minute, that could be a post! Instead of writing a review I … Continue reading Persuasion by Jane Austen – Why is it a classic?
Lazlo Strange has always been fascinated by the lost city of Weep. But as an orphan and junior librarian, no one takes him seriously. Then, one day, the Godslayer arrives and Lazlo has a chance to live his dream for real and visit Weep. Many questions are answered on his arrival but hundreds of times … Continue reading Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor – Review
I usually do a Wrap Up and a TBR but I've decided not to do a TBR this time as I have recently found that I tend to read more if I don't plan what to read, and instead just pick up any book that interests me at the time. My reading was slightly limited … Continue reading June Wrap Up
I thought this would be a nice post to do to summarise the reading I have done so far this year. I didn't manage to do this on Tuesday this week, although it was the topic for top ten Tuesday, but I thought I might as well do it anyway. Also, just to clarify, not … Continue reading Best Books of 2017 so far
This book starts literally just after Illuminae ends, but this time is focusing on two different teenage characters, this time on the Heimdall where Kady and the Hypatia are going. Hanna, the daughter of the captain of the space station, has no idea this is happening, as well as Nik who is part of a … Continue reading Gemina by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff – Review