Book Review | Rating - 3/5 | Genre - Young adult/Historical-Romance This was a book I requested after reading the first book, The Gentlemans' Guide to Vice and Virtue many years ago. Thankfully, my mum was kind enough to buy me this for my birthday, which was hilarious considering the title. This was also a... Continue Reading →
Book Reivew | Rating - 3/5 | Genre - Nonfiction/Comedy So, it has been a while since I've written any reviews for books, having been dealing with some mental health issues. Now i'm back and ready to delve back into reviewing books I've been reading this year. We'll start off here, with a book I... Continue Reading →
Book Review | Rating - 5/5 stars | Genre - Nonfiction / Autobiography Once again I'm here to review a non-fiction book, which, having said time and again, I've never been massive fan of this type of book. Yet, I was drawn to it for two reasons; the first, being that my soon to be... Continue Reading →
The book brings to life all the well-known characters, yet gives us a different take on them, now they're older...
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.
Like I said at the beginning, this was a book I'd come across many times when scanning the shelves of countless bookshops. It had intrigued me for some time and I was yet to delve into a proper mystery novel, so I gave this one a try.
Let poetry help you examine the depths of your wounds. Let it remind you that no matter how deep it goes, you will be able to heal it because you have been able to heal every single wound inflicted on your heart and soul before. Let these words show you that you will be able to find the light at the end of the wound because you have always found you way before.
The world could be truly beautiful and magical place to be, if every single person sat down and opened their souls to each other in poetry.