Reviews

Review – Clean

  Clean is a gritty, eye-opening novel about addiction and all of the horrific things that come with it. Lexi Volkov, a Russian heiress and London socialite is forced into a remote rehab centre named Clarity by her brother Nikolai after almost overdosing on heroin. She is seventeen years old and we follow her struggle… Continue reading Review – Clean

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Review – Order of the Vespers

  We begin this YA paranormal fantasy novel with the aftermath of an explosion in protagonist Jasper Andrews' school, which was caused by her own hands. However, not everything is as it seems and we follow a journey of self discovery, enlightenment and revenge with a hint of romance thrown in for good measure.  Initially… Continue reading Review – Order of the Vespers

Wrap Ups

July Wrap Up 2018

  I read a total of ten books in July - one hardback, seven paperbacks and two e-books. This was an extremely good reading month for me, as I didn't give any of the books I read below a three star rating and I managed to read a lot despite being ill for two weeks… Continue reading July Wrap Up 2018

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Review – The White Book

  Publisher: Portobello Books Format: Paperback Pages: 161 Rating: 5/5   A short collection of writings about the colour white, The White Book is a blend of genres that evokes a deep emotional response in its reader. Han Kang writes simultaneously with delicacy and with power, leaving no feeling untouched. Without knowing exactly what I was going to be… Continue reading Review – The White Book