Book Review | Final Girls – Riley Sager

"You can’t change what’s happened. The only thing you can control is how you deal with it.” - Riley Sager, Final Girls Title: Final Girls Author: Riley Sager Publication date: 11th July 2017 My rating: ★★★★★ Goodreads rating: 3.79 Pages: 342 Genre: Horror/Thriller Mainly spoiler Free, I talk about aspects of the book, but nothing that … Continue reading Book Review | Final Girls – Riley Sager

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Book Review | The Circle – Dave Eggers

“It’s like snack food. You know how they engineer this food? They scientifically determine precisely how much salt and fat they need to include to keep you eating. You’re not hungry, you don’t need the food, it does nothing for you, but you keep eating these empty calories. This is what you’re pushing. Same thing. … Continue reading Book Review | The Circle – Dave Eggers

Book Giveaway and Synopses | The Queen of the Night – Alexander Chee

Hi everyone, I hope you're doing well. I have a super exciting post for you today! Enjoy, I have recently been in contact with Maddy, who works for Penguin Random House and I have been lucky enough to have been offered 5 books to giveaway to my blog readers! This is a great book and … Continue reading Book Giveaway and Synopses | The Queen of the Night – Alexander Chee

Books, Birthdays and Baker Days! (Plus discount voucher)

Hi everyone, I hope you're all doing well! I can't wait to share today's post with you, it includes books and cake - the perfect combination in my opinion! Enjoy, On 22nd April it was my mother's birthday. Like me, she loves books and more importantly, cake. As she's always loved the idea of owning … Continue reading Books, Birthdays and Baker Days! (Plus discount voucher)

Blog Tour | Book Review | One Summer in Rome – Samantha Tonge

"She understood that normal families, not just foster ones, had their problems. That meant that maybe, just maybe, she wasn't so different"- Samantha Tonge, One Summer in Rome. Title: One Summer in Rome Author: Samantha Tonge Publication date: 9th May 2018 My rating: ★★★★☆ Goodreads rating: 4.21 Pages: 384 Genre: Chick Lit/Romance Mainly spoiler Free, I talk about … Continue reading Blog Tour | Book Review | One Summer in Rome – Samantha Tonge

Book Review | The Hazel Wood – Melissa Albert

“She talked like a woman who knew more books than people.” ― Melissa Albert, The Hazel Wood Title: The Hazel Wood Author: Melissa Albery Publication date: January 2018 My rating: ★☆☆☆☆ Goodreads rating: 3.72 Pages: 368 Genre: YA, Fantasy Mainly spoiler Free, I talk about aspects of the book but nothing that gives the plot away as a whole. I received … Continue reading Book Review | The Hazel Wood – Melissa Albert

Book Review |The Tattooist of Auschwitz – Heather Morris |& My Experience of Visiting the Auschwitz Camps.

"That night Lale tries to wash the dried blood from his shirt with water from a puddle. He partially succeeds, but then decides a stain will be an appropriate reminder of the day he met Mengele. [...] He must always be wary of this man whose soul is colder than his scalpel." - The Tattooist of … Continue reading Book Review |The Tattooist of Auschwitz – Heather Morris |& My Experience of Visiting the Auschwitz Camps.

Blog Tour | Book Review | Force of Nature – Jane Harper

“It’s the panic that gets you. Makes it hard to trust what you’re seeing.” ― Jane Harper, Force of Nature Title: Force of Nature Author: Jane Harper Publication date: February 2018 My rating: ★★★★★ Goodreads rating: 4.02 Pages: 380  Genre: Mystery, Crime, Thriller Mostly spoiler Free, I talk about aspects of the book, but nothing that gives the plot away … Continue reading Blog Tour | Book Review | Force of Nature – Jane Harper

Book Review | The Break – Marian Keyes

“I should have learned mindfulness, and it’s too late now because it’s no good learning it when you’re already in crisis: you have to start when things are good. But only the very, very oddest would think, Hey, my life is perfect. I know! I’ll sit and waste twenty minutes Observing My Thoughts without Judgement.”- … Continue reading Book Review | The Break – Marian Keyes