“The View from the Cheap Seats” by Neil Gaiman | Book Review

Book Review | Rating - 4/5 | Genre - NonFiction / Essays Another book where I'm not entirely sure how I came to owning it. I want to say it might've been a gift for Christmas or my birthday; based only the fact I rarely spend money so they're the only options for me receiving... Continue Reading →

‘The Graveyard Book’ by Neil Gaiman

After his family is brutally murdered by a mysterious figure, a young boy ends up in the care of ghosts in the local graveyard. Over the years the boy (Nobody 'Bod' Owens) grows up in the care of his friendly family of ghosts; only to be hunted down by the mysterious figure bent on killing him.

Great Literary Mothers

In comemoration to Mother's Day (in the UK), I thought i'd take a look back at some of the amazing mothers that i've come across in many of the books that i've read.

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