“The Kingdom” by Jess Rothenberg | Book Review

So its been a while since I've been able to just see a book in a shop and buy it straight up. Mainly becuase I've had a million books at home to read through, but now I've got through them I came across The Kingdom. The front-cover looked pretty cool and it looked like a dark twist on classic fairytales, so I was sold from the get go.

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas – Book Review

Now that I've got back into reading after a good month-ish off I thought I'd make a proper attempt at buying books I've wanted to read for a while. This brought me to The Hate U Give, I've wanted to read this book for about a year or so after seeing great things about it all over instagram and Twitter. So here is what I thought...

“The Martian” by Andy Weir | Book Review

So it’s been a while since I’ve written anything. Turns out lockdown was a little trickier to deal with than I thought. Anyway, I decided to delve back into my usual reading with a book I knew I would enjoy - so that’s what brought me to The Martian by Andy Weir.

“Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott | Book Review

The weird thing about this book is that I remember not wanting to read this book clearly for the reason that it was a classic book, therefore I assumed I wouldn't enjoy it. This must have been my unconscious thought towards all these books - therefore, completely disregarding so many books I could've genuinely enjoy. Much like this one...

Sunny Days and Self-Reflection | May 2020

Another month has passed still with no sign of lockdown easing any time soon. With tensions high, there was a sense of positivity when the sun shone bright behind the clouds. England was bathed in a warm glow for two weeks - this was the perfect time to read while sunbathing!

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