I got Good Omens for my birthday and promptly started reading it and wanted to share my thoughts not only on it, but also on how online supercuts affected my enjoyment of the book. According to The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch (the world's only completely accurate book of prophecies, written in … Continue reading Good Omens Review
As I mentioned yesterday, my birthday is close to Christmas, so I thought that I would show you what I was gifted over the past month! How the World Thinks by Julian Baggini Julian Baggini's How the World Thinks is there to fill the Sapiens-size hole in your life' Observer's guide to Autumn in culture … Continue reading Winter Book Haul
I bought Neil Gaiman's Norse Mythology last year at YALC, and as part of my challenge to read all of the books I bought last year before the event (which I have done now, reviews to come), I read this book. Synopsis In Norse Mythology, Gaiman fashions primeval stories into a novelistic arc that begins with … Continue reading Norse Mythology Review
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
Last year, I made this post about all the books I bought at YALC 2018. Before I posted my TBR for YALC 2019 I wanted to finish most of the books I bought last year, since I am on a book buying ban this month, I thought now would be the perfect time to start … Continue reading YALC Haul: Where Are They Now?
I know that I am late to the party, but I was in two minds as to whether or not to do this, but here I am.
Last week was YALC weekend, and as it was my first time, I wanted to tell you all about it.