“You have been with me, as close as the tips of my fingers, even when we were years and seas apart. Your being was like the hum of a plucked string at the edge of my hearing, or a scent carried on a breeze. Did not you feel it so?” Continue reading ‘Fool’s Errand’ by Robin Hobb: Book Review
Since I recently discovered ‘Riverdale’, I haven’t been able to stop watching. So what is it about ‘Riverdale’ that makes it so addictive? Continue reading Why I Can’t Stop Watching ‘Riverdale’
This Top 5 Wednesday topic is “favourite sci-fi and fantasy cover art”. Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Favourite Sci-fi and Fantasy Book Covers
Reading is my favourite way to unwind during the stressful exam season, a time when I find a little escapism is much needed.
Here are the books I’ve been reading lately. Continue reading What I’ve Been Reading: April 2017 Book Reviews
“Look to the stars. Aim. Ignite.” Continue reading ‘Geekerella’ by Ashley Poston: Book Review
This week’s Top 5 Wednesday topic is “authors you need to read more from”. For me, there are plenty of authors who fit into this category, and here are my top 5. Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Authors I Need To Read More From
Thank you Irena at Books and Hot Tea for tagging me – you can read her unpopular opinions (many of which I completely agree with) here. 1. A popular book or book series that you didn’t like It’s very rare that I don’t like a book, but I would say The Bell Jar by Silvia Plath is the closest I’ve come to disliking a book that I thought I would … Continue reading Unpopular Opinions Book Tag
For someone who generally only manages to watch a couple of hours of TV each week, I watched a lot of series finales over the weekend. Here are my thoughts on the series finales of Homeland, Girls and Broadchurch (all reviews are spoiler-free for the finales). Continue reading One Weekend, Three Season Finales – Thoughts on ‘Homeland’, ‘Broadchurch’ and ‘Girls’
Lately, I seem to have hit the contemporary young adult jackpot. Last month I read Adam Silvera’s History Is All You Left Me and I loved it. This month, I discovered Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon, and it was stunning. “Love is worth everything. Everything.” Everything, Everything is a contemporary young adult novel about love, family and what it means to be alive. The book is told from the point of view … Continue reading ‘Everything, Everything’ by Nicola Yoon: Book Review
This week’s Top 5 Wednesday topic is perfect for a sci-fi and fantasy lover like me. Here are the SFF books I can’t wait to read.