Book Reviews

Book Review – Such a Fun Age

  Publisher: Bloomsbury Cover Design: Greg Heinimann Format: Hardback Pages: 305 Rating: 3/5 Book Depository: Hardback Content Warnings: Racism Emira Tucker is astounded when she is apprehended at a supermarket one night, accused of kidnapping the young child she is employed to babysit. Her employer, feminist blogger and professional letter writer Alix attempts to fix the situation, but are her supposedly well… Continue reading Book Review – Such a Fun Age

Goals

Reading Goals for 2020

This year I have set my Goodreads goal to one hundred books, after slowly increasing my goals for three years and hitting the target each time. I managed to exceed my goal of seventy five books last year by nine, and that was with quite a few personal struggles occurring, so hopefully now my mind… Continue reading Reading Goals for 2020

Most Anticipated

Most Anticipated Releases – January 2020

Before I had a full time job and was independently earning my own money, I wouldn't be researching new releases, because I knew I wouldn't be able to afford them, and my library rarely had them. I would content myself with reading whatever I could find in the charity shops - my local one used… Continue reading Most Anticipated Releases – January 2020

End of the Year Lists

10 Favourite Books of 2019

I read eighty four books in 2019, which is a great deal more than I have read in years previous, so I had a lot more contenders for my top ten favourites list. However, I have managed to whittle it down and these are the ones that I still think about now regardless of when… Continue reading 10 Favourite Books of 2019

Book Hauls

Book Haul – June 2019

Recently, I have been buying a few more books than usual to try and push myself out of a reading slump. It has worked to some extent, but I am looking forward to continuing and devouring some of these in the next month or two. Hardbacks:   1. The Good Bee by Alison Benjamin and… Continue reading Book Haul – June 2019

ARC Reviews

ARC Review – Red, White and Royal Blue

    Publisher: St Martin's Press Format: E-arc Release Date: 14/05/2019 Rating: 4/5 Book Depository: Paperback   I received a free e-arc of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.  First son of the United States, Alex Claremont-Diaz, is a supportive sibling, successful socialite and budding political star. However, a confrontation between… Continue reading ARC Review – Red, White and Royal Blue

Reviews

Review – Daisy Jones and the Six

Publisher: Hutchinson Format: Hardback Pages: 351 Rating: 4/5 Daisy Jones and the Six are a fictional seventies rock band that Taylor Jenkins Reid has created a back story for through the medium of interviews. The book follows the band's various members' recollections of their time being famous, which highlights how people can remember events differently.  Initially, Daisy Jones appears… Continue reading Review – Daisy Jones and the Six