Milkman is a story of the every day, in normal times, that is set during a conflict at one of the most unusual times in our protagonist’s life. It is a story of how nothing happening is just as, if not more, frightening than when something does happen. For Middle Sister, the threat of Milkman … Continue reading Milkman Review
It's the new year, and I wanted to share with you my reading goals. They are quite simple, yet I think that they will provide quite a challenge! Goodreads Challenge As you are all aware, it is customary to set a number of books that you want to read each year on Goodreads. I have … Continue reading New Years Goals
Sorry I have been quite inactive recently, if you haven't guessed by the title, I moved into university recently and it's been hard to find time to write when you're working out how to function properly! Hopefuly I'll be up and running properly soon. Fiction Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff Gemina by Amie … Continue reading The Books I Took To Uni With Me
At the start of this month, I began to review the Lunar Chronicles Series by Marissa Meyer, and today we get to the last book! Synopsis Princess Winter is admired by the Lunar people for her grace and kindness, and despite the scars that mark her face, her beauty is said to be even more … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Winter Review
Sorry for not doing a wrap up last week, I was sick over the weekend and didn't get round to writing it. I will also not be doing one next week as I will be posting YALC updates and travelling back. However you can follow me on Goodreads for more up to date information. Monday … Continue reading Weekly Wrap Up: July 15-21
We all have TBR's a mile long, and in our heart of hearts, we know that we will never get to all of them. In this post, I would like to talk about one of these books, The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken, and give it some love, as I know I will probably never get round to reading it.
It's a new month tomorrow, and I thought that I would share my TBR for the month. I probably won't be reading a lot this month as it is exam season, but hopefully I will be able to read these 5 books. Of Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness As a world-ending war surges to … Continue reading June TBR