A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson Book Review

GoodReads/Amazon Rating: ★★★★☆ In the height and despair of moving houses and trying to get someone to hire me, I discovered this book when (somehow, accidentally ofc) I ended up at the books sections of ASDA Home. I couldn't resist because it seemingly had everything that I love about a book. I hadn't read much... Continue Reading →

Spring at Lavender Bay by Sarah Bennett Book Review

GoodReads/Amazon Rating: ★★☆☆☆ So during my quest to win a Mini from the McDonalds Monopoly, I ended up winning a NowTV 3-month subscription (perfect for Game of Thrones season), a 3-month Kindle unlimited subscription as well as 3 free Kindle e-books through their online codes. This happened to be one of the ones I selected... Continue Reading →

The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley Book Review

Being a fan of psychological thrillers, mystery and all things Agatha Christie, when I saw this book in my recommended pile, I immediately knew that I wanted to read it. The cover itself, is very striking with the stag head against the bright yellow. There's something unnerving or jarring about the combination, almost intimidating, which... Continue Reading →

The Similars by Rebecca Hanover Book Review

It has been a significant amount of time since I've been able to fully immerse myself in a YA novel. Rebecca Hanover's The Similars managed to engage me thoroughly throughout my reading experience. The book itself is set in a futuristic setting where technology has developed and expanded. Students have "plums" instead of phones with a... Continue Reading →

Normal People by Sally Rooney Book Review

There is a reason as to why this book is so acclaimed and why this book was chosen to be Waterstones' Book of the Year. Sally Rooney has managed to write an emotive, heartbreakingly vulnerable novel that anybody could relate to. Her characters Connell and Marianne, whom which we follow throughout the chapters, are growing,... Continue Reading →

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