I read Spectacles; Can I be Sue Perkins’ friend, please?

May 2, 2017
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She seems like a good egg. I was in Waterstones, naturally wanting to buy books. Pristinely white, almost glowing was Sue Perkins Spectacles, beautiful perched on the buy one get one half price table. Upon reading the blurb, which I try not to judge the book on (I do – as I also do the cover, yes, awful), it pleased me […]

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Holding Up The Universe – another misfit teenagers love story?

October 9, 2016
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I’m not really overly keen on books purely about love so anything classed as a ‘love story’ tends to put me off before I start. But this isn’t just a love story… I was aware of the success of All The Bright Places, but having not read any Jennifer Niven before this, I had no expectations. […]

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Review // The Wolf Road – Beth Lewis

April 23, 2016

Wow, I thoroughly enjoyed Beth Lewis‘ The Wolf Road. I feel as if I could take on bear, but in reality I’d struggle to make a trap to catch a rabbit. Ha, this whole book showed me how very out of tune I am with nature, despite me living in the middle of nowhere on a farm. […]

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Black Eyed Susans were such pretty flowers…

September 28, 2015

Been reading a few crime/thrillers/murder mysteries recently; little bit of Dr Kay Scarpetta, dash of Peter Robinson and yeah, okay, Lee Child. Particularly enjoying anything where you get to see behind the scenes of the case. The forensics, the psychology, the profiling. I enjoy puzzle solving, always have. I relish on figuring out whodunnit, and if […]

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An almost travelling review of Julia Bell’s “Massive”

July 12, 2014
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Been doing a tad bit of travelling recently (thanks to my other life) and aside from discovering new places one of my favourite perks of visiting new areas is stumbling upon the quaintest of shops. Do love myself a brilliant charity shop but the most thrilling yet calming place to find, of course, is a bookshop. […]

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Green & Levithan are FAB // Will Grayson, Will Grayson Review

January 16, 2014

In all honesty, do I need to review it? Not really. We already know John Green is a genius and we already know of the brilliance of David Levithan, need I ramble on about how wonderful their book child is? I guess, yes. They probably hear them enough, but another compliment towards these fantastic writers […]

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Katie Cotugno is brilliant // A How to Love Review

October 30, 2013
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Have you ever picked up a book and just fallen in love with it? The words on the page just seem to fit. The little film inside your head appears instantly. There are no problems finding the words around you, just letting your eyes wander and so easily you’re right there in the midst of […]

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Jessica O’Gorek’s Gemini Rising: Ethereal Fury – Review

October 17, 2013
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It’s review time! Been slightly late doing this review as I’ve recently changed hosting providers and there has been some technical problems, but it should all be okay now. Anyhoo, here’s my latest review: BEWARE! THE PLANET IS WOUNDED… THE GEMINI ARE RISING AND OUR TIME ON EARTH IS LIMITED Angry at the human race […]

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Stuck For A Book? #2

September 13, 2013
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(For more information on Stuck for a Book, click the banner or here) Woop woop! Second installment after a WHOLE YEAR of #StuckForABook! Bringing you the FIVE FABULOUS 5/5 REVIEWS from some absolutely awesome bloggers. First up is a recommendation from the lovely Miss Amber from The Mile Long Bookshelf with a review of The Elites […]

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John Green’s ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ will make you audibly sob…

September 4, 2013
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If this doesn’t make you cry just a little bit, then you are either an amazingly strong person or I have faulty tear ducts. Diagnosed with Stage IV thyroid cancer at 13, Hazel was prepared to die until, at 14, a medical miracle shrunk the tumours in her lungs… for now. Two years post-miracle, sixteen-year-old […]

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