Welcome To Dystopia Part 3

I was fortunate to get a review copy of Welcome To Dystopia from OR Books through NetGalley. It is a collection of 45 short stories based on the current world, with a main focus on the Trump administration. Since 45 reviews are quite a lot, I will be splitting this into 5 reviews each of... Continue Reading →

The Extinction Trials

I picked this book up on a whim at YALC last year, and it is definitely one of the best decisions I made at the event. This book is fantastic! Synopsis Betrayal. Sacrifice. Survival.Welcome to the Extinction Trials. In Stormchaser and Lincoln's ruined world, the only way to survive is to risk everything. To face... Continue Reading →

Scorpia and Ark Angel review

Sorry I haven't posted in a while. I was sick a few weeks ago and have only just caught up on my school work, which has to be a priority for me. Anyway, two weeks late, here's my review of scorpia and ark angel by Anthony Horowitz. Scorpia Synopsis Still reeling from the terrible discovery... Continue Reading →

Welcome To Dystopia Part Two

I was fortunate to get a review copy of Welcome To Dystopia from OR Books through NetGalley. It is a collection of 45 short stories based on the current world, with a main focus on the Trump administration. Since 45 reviews are quite a lot, I will be splitting this into 5 reviews each of... Continue Reading →

The Six of Crows Duology

In a continuation of the Grisha Verse, and in some ways a sequel to last week's Grisha Trilogy Post, I am sharing my thoughts on the Six of Crows Duology by Leigh Bardugo. Six of Crows Synopsis Ketterdam: a bustling hub of international trade where anything can be had for the right price—and no one knows... Continue Reading →

Skeleton Key and Eagle Strike

A few weeks ago I posted my reviews of the first two Alex Rider books: Stormbreaker and Point Blanc. Here are my reviews for the next two book in the series, Skeleton Key and Eagle Strike. Skeleton Key Synopsis On a private island near Cuba, Alex Rider faces his most dangerous challenge yet. The insane... Continue Reading →

Dreams

I wanted to read this book as it I thought it would provide more information on the Freudian view of God that we study in my philosophy course. Unfortunately, this was not the case, but as I have now read the book, I thought I would still write the review. Book Summary Have you ever... Continue Reading →

The Grisha Trilogy

For those who read my weekly updates, you will know that I have recently read the Grisha Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo and I wanted to share with you my thoughts on each book and the series. Shadow and Bone I raced through this book, but not because it was good, it was because I didn't... Continue Reading →

Welcome To Dystopia

I was fortunate to get a review copy of Welcome To Dystopia from OR Books through NetGalley. It is a collection of 45 short stories based on the current world, with a main focus on the Trump administration. Since 45 reviews are quite a lot, I will be splitting this into 5 reviews each of... Continue Reading →

Week In Review

This week has been fairly busy for me in terms of books read. I finished 4 books and am currently reading 4! Without further ado, let's delve into my weekly reads. Books I read The Grisha Trilogy You may remember from last week's What's on my nightstand? post, that I was reading Siege and Storm... Continue Reading →

I Think Therefore I am

As someone who studies philosophy, this book is hardly a surprising choice. I picked up this book hoping to learn more philosophy to see what I might find intriguing and what I might want to study at university next year.

My First Graphic Novel

A friend swapped me The Adventure Zone graphic novel in return for him reading Illuminae. I had never read a graphic novel before and I have never listened to the podcast on which this book is based. This post will not only be a review of The Adventure zone, but also of the graphic novel... Continue Reading →

What’s On My Nightstand?

ought that I would share with you my monthly wrap up by taking part in the What's On My Nightstand tag by 5 Minute Books. I will be sharing with you the books I have read this month and some thoughts I had whilst reading them.

The Maze Runner Trilogy

I have recently listened to the Maze Runner trilogy by James Dashner as an audiobook from my library. I have read these books a few years ago, and apart from the basic premise of the first book, I could not remember what they were about.

The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying

It is my aim this year to become more minimalist and zero waste. Through the many introduction guides that I have seen, the first step is always to educate yourself. Many people have recommended this book by Marie Kondo, so I thought that I would read it.

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