Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros│Review

I cannot fully articulate how much I loved this book. I didn’t sleep, I didn’t eat, and when I finished I had the overwhelming urge to just start it all over again to dampen the pain of waiting for the next book. (I did, in fact, start it again). It’s the kind of book that has your staring into space after you finish, unable to accept that it’s not real. It immediately made it into my favourite list; it is also highly possible it will be the best book I read this year. … More Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros│Review

Bewilderment by Richard Powers │ Review

Where do I begin? Bewilderment was a beautiful book – moving, transformative in its prose, and deeply luminous. After finishing I had to take a week to process what I had read before even beginning to sit down and write my thoughts. I still don’t think this review will do the book justice. Simply put I have found my favourite book of 2021. … More Bewilderment by Richard Powers │ Review

May Wrap-up

May was a slow reading month for me. I had all of my uni exams within the first two weeks, during which I read 20 pages in total. I always find that during the examination period my reading slows dramatically just because I am too exhausted at the end of the day to read more than a page. … More May Wrap-up

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett Review │ Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist #2

Next in the Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist miniseries is The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett. This book has already received heaps of praise, appearing on the Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlist and wining the Goodreads Choice Award for Historical Fiction in 2020. … More The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett Review │ Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist #2