Genre: Non-fiction | Autobiography Pages: 336 My rating: ☆☆☆☆/5 I’d like to thank the team at Literally PR for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for a review on its publication day! Content warning: This book is a first person retelling of what it’s like to be a serial killer. If youContinue reading “History of a Drowning Boy – Dennis Nilsen”
Thomas P— is exhausted. He’s been travelling for work so much he barely knows wherehe is. And then, while waiting for a table at a restaurant, he sees someone from his past.Exactly as she was twenty years ago, when they first knew each other. Deeply shaken,he tries to carry on as if nothing happened. ButContinue reading “*BLOG TOUR* The Nucleus of Reality – L.A. Davenport”
Kirsten Mbawa is a 13 year old author from Northampton in England. She published her debut novel in 2020 when she was just 12 years old. Sagas of Anya is a historical fiction novel set in the Victorian era. As well as writing books and going to school, Kirsten, alongside her sister Aiyven, are the creators of middle grade subscription box Happier Every Chapter.
Genre: Science fiction | Space opera Pages: 252 Published: 12th January 2021 My Rating: ☆☆☆/5 Firstly, I want to thank Heather at Overview Media for organising this blog tour and gifting me a copy of the book in exchange for this review and my spot on the tour. All Rebecca wants in life is toContinue reading “*BLOG TOUR* The Death of Honor – Lyra Thorsson”
This is the second book in the 44 Tiny Secrets series. However, I managed to read and enjoy the entire book without having read the first. From what I can understand, the first book provides the insight as to how and why Betsy acquired 44 mice, but the second book is perfectly fine to read as a standalone novel. One of the details I really loved was how there are 44 mice, so that each have 2 keys each on a piano. The mice are all named after the keys they are allocated to, for example ‘F-to-F Sharp’.
I’m going to start this post with a disclaimer.. If you’re new around here and this is the first wrap up of mine you’ve read, please understand that this amount of books is not normal for me. Usually I manage 3 or 4 books in a month. Don’t get too excited.. It probably won’t last.Continue reading “January Reading Wrap Up”
Genre: Contemporary fiction / fantasy Pages: 288 My Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆ / 5 CW: This book and my review talk about death, suicide, depression etc. Although it turns out to be a very empowering book, the first few chapters might be a tough read if you’re struggling with mental health challenges of your own. HELLO ANDContinue reading “The Midnight Library – Matt Haig”
For many, the first lockdown was a time of forging new habits and picking up new hobbies. We saw everything from baking banana bread to jogging around the local streets. For me, reading was one of the key things that helped me get through lockdown. I basically hadn’t read at all throughout secondary school andContinue reading “Books to Read This Lockdown”
I’ve come up with 8 ways to organise your bookshelf. I love having regular re-arranges because I’m such an indecisive person! Unfortunately for me, practicality reigns over prettiness
Thank you to Emma at DampPebbles for allowing me to join this blog tour! I’ve been sent these three books in exchange for an honest review. I’m going to keep this review spoiler free so it can be enjoyed by everybody!! Genre: Historical Fiction, Crime Pages: Book 1 – 357 Book 2 –Continue reading “*BLOG TOUR* The Alex Cohen Series Books 1-3 by Leopold Borstinski”