King of Scars

Name: King Of Scars Author: Leigh Bardugo Published: 2019 Face your demons . . . or feed them. Nikolai Lantsov has always had a gift for the impossible. No one knows what he endured in his country’s bloody civil war – and he intends to keep it that way. Now, as enemies gather at hisContinue reading “King of Scars”

Summer Reading Challenge 2020 (original)

Hey everyone! For a few weeks I have been looking for a summer reading challenge, but all the ones I found had started a while ago or had too many categories (I’m very aware that it’s nearly August). So I thought: why not do one myself? This is my first original book tag, and I’dContinue reading “Summer Reading Challenge 2020 (original)”

Book Playlist: ‘All The Places I’ve Cried In Public’

Do you ever find a song that just sums up a book? Not always. But sometimes it just clicks, in fact I try and put a song on all my reviews but its often quite hard! A few months ago, I read All the Places I’ve Cried in Public and there was a lot ofContinue reading “Book Playlist: ‘All The Places I’ve Cried In Public’”

Were They Really Holding Up the Universe?

Name: Holding Up the Universe Author: Jennifer Niven Published: 2016 Everyone thinks they know Libby Strout, the girl once dubbed “America’s Fattest Teen.” But no one’s taken the time to look past her weight to get to know who she really is. However, after years of homeschooling after her mother’s death, now Libby’s ready: forContinue reading “Were They Really Holding Up the Universe?”

Unpopular Opinions: Fangirl

The world of unpopular opinions. It’s a controversial place, from if they were on a break, to whether or not Snape is a massive creep (he is.) In this post, me and my friend over at Wacky Words on Instagram tried tackling ‘Fangirl’ by Rainbow Rowell. It follows Cath, an introvert who loves and writesContinue reading “Unpopular Opinions: Fangirl”

2 Star Review: I Am Not a Number

Name: I Am Not A Number Author: Lisa Heathfield Published: 2019 They promised to make the country better for everyone. They didn’t promise this. The Traditionals have been voted to lead the country, winning people over with talks of healing a broken society, of stronger families and safer streets. They promised a happier future forContinue reading “2 Star Review: I Am Not a Number”

They Both Die at the End

Name: They Both Die at the End Author: Adam Silvera Published: 2017 On September 5, a little after midnight, Death-Cast calls Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio to give them some bad news: They’re going to die today. Mateo and Rufus are total strangers, but, for different reasons, they’re both looking to make a new friendContinue reading “They Both Die at the End”

Red, White and Royal Blue: Is it Worth the Hype?

I’ve finally finished this stupid book! It was only supposed to take one blog, but I had so many thoughts I wrote a Part 1 and Part 2 as I went along. Check them out! However this will make sense if you want to read this first and take a look at them later. Name:Continue reading “Red, White and Royal Blue: Is it Worth the Hype?”

Red, White and Royal Blue: Part 2

I’m back! And on about page 200 of ‘Red, White and Royal Blue’. I’ve already done a (pretty ruthless) blog on my first impressions of it but I’m happy to say that it seems to be getting better. But how long will that last with Casey McQuinnston… Everything escalated quickly: from my expectations of itContinue reading “Red, White and Royal Blue: Part 2”

Red, White and Royal Blue: Part 1

Hey guys! You’ll probably be hearing a lot more from me in the weeks to come (one of the few perks of self isolation) so here I am now, with a breakdown of where I’m up to in ‘Red, White and Royal Blue’ by Casey McQuinnston. Make sure you look after yourself and your friendsContinue reading “Red, White and Royal Blue: Part 1”