Book Reviews

Book Review – Her Body and Other Parties

Publisher: Serpent's Tail Cover Design: gray318 Format: Paperback Pages: 241 Rating: 4/5 Book Depository: Paperback Content Warnings: Rape; sexual assault; horror themes; violence Carmen Maria Machado has taken everything that could possibly keep a woman awake at night and woven it all into a collection of dark contemporary fairy tales that oozes with horror and… Continue reading Book Review – Her Body and Other Parties

Most Anticipated

Five Graphic Novels/Series to Read in 2020

After failing to read many graphic novels last year, I'd like to make an effort to read more this year, as I think it is important to consume literature and art in as many different formats as possible. In addition to this, I always seem to enjoy the graphic novels I do read, so I… Continue reading Five Graphic Novels/Series to Read in 2020

Reviews

Review – Mouthful of Birds

  Publisher: Oneworld Publications Format: Paperback Pages: 228 Rating: 4/5   Schweblin has a talent for leaving the reader feeling as though they've been spun around multiple times and then left to fend off the resultant dizziness by themselves. Similar to Schweblin's previous collaboration with translator Megan McDowell, Fever Dream, Mouthful of Birds has an eerie air about it -… Continue reading Review – Mouthful of Birds

Reviews

Review – The Good Immigrant

  Publisher: Unbound Format: Paperback Pages: 234 Rating: 5/5   The Good Immigrant is a social commentary about what it is like to reside in Britain as a non-white individual. Comprised of anecdotes and essays surrounding the topic, the book highlights the institutional racism that is embedded within British society. As a British citizen, I am thoroughly appalled that… Continue reading Review – The Good Immigrant

Wrap Ups

January 2019 Wrap Up

  January is often a month where I neglect my reading because of new year distractions, and the desire to achieve millions of goals. However, this year I settled down and decided to take the year as it comes, without stressing too much (easier said than done, am I right?). If I achieve millions of… Continue reading January 2019 Wrap Up

Top Five TBRs

Top Five TBR

Here I'm going to share the five books that are at the top of my TBR list, and which I will hopefully be getting to in the next couple of weeks. As I am a mood reader, and one who changes her mind every four seconds, I decided doing these top fives regularly would be… Continue reading Top Five TBR

Readthon TBRs

TBR – 24 in 48 Readathon

  I have decided to participate in my first ever readathon this weekend - the 24 in 48 readathon, in which participants attempt to read for 24 hours out of the total 48 hours in the weekend. You can enter yourself, or have a look at the information here: https://24in48.com/ . I will be attending a birthday… Continue reading TBR – 24 in 48 Readathon