Book Reivew | Rating - 5/5 | Genre - Nonfiction The history of this book revolves around being taught about this story many many years ago when I was in High-School (so about 13/14 years old). We were shown the movie adapataion as part of a lesson that revolved around humanity and literature (connected Anne... Continue Reading →
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 →
Its fairly obvious that I really enjoyed the book, yet I still couldn't bring myself to give it full marks...
I can say that the book was really interesting and it is definitely a story that should be read by everyone, whether they have an interest in WW2 or want a love story based around these events.
With lockdown in place and my pile of unread books very close to finished, I thought it was a good time to turn to a book to provide some sort of comfort during this weird time.
Well March has finished, boy what a month its been. Here is how books have shaped this month for me and helped bring me through this weird time...
Call the Midwife' is a most extraordinary book and should be required reading of all students of midwifery, nursing, sociology and modern history. It tells of the experiences of a young trainee midwife in the East End of London in the 1950's and is a graphic portrayal of the quite appalling conditions that the East Enders endured.