Breaking my hiatus (oops, did I forget to mention I'm taking a hiatus?) because it's currently Pride Month and I wanted to quickly share with you my top 5 books featuring LGBTQIA+ characters. History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera OCD-afflicted seventeen-year-old, Griffin, has just lost his first love – his best friend,… Continue reading Pride Month Post: Top 5 Books with LGBTQIA+ Characters
A nostalgic horror mystery, reminiscent of a grown-up Scooby Doo.
Featuring reviews of books by John Scalzi and Maggie Stiefvater, along with my thoughts on The Shape of Water and The Post. Plus, a hint of Mad Men.
It may be late, but I've actually managed to read a lot of books this month. Here's what I thought of them.
My spoiler-free review of the amazing 'Vicious' by V. E. Schwab.
My spoiler-free thoughts on the prequel to one of my favourite video games.
The diverse, character-driven sci-fi I've been waiting for.
I answer three bookish questions for the Unique Blogger Award.
Finally, the day has come: the book that's been sitting on my shelf for what feels like forever, that countless friends have recommended to me over the last couple of years, has finally been conquered. I've finished The Name of the Wind. And even after years of anticipation, it did not disappoint in the slightest...
I'll probably never have the same feelings for 'The Last Jedi' as I do for 'The Empire Strikes Back'. But maybe someone else will.