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

Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist Miniseries │ Introduction

I’m back! It’s been a couple of weeks but I’m pleased to say I have completed yet another year of University👏🏻. This year was particularly challenging and I am proud of myself for pushing through. For anyone who found this last year (academic calendar) tough, whether you are in education or not, you should congratulate … More Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist Miniseries │ Introduction

Forest of Souls, Lori M. Lee │Review

Forest of Souls is a YA fantasy book following Sirscha, a royal spy in training. Set on achieving her goal of becoming the Queen’s shadow, her life is upended when shamans (magical beings) attack her and Saengo, her best friend. Set in a rich world inspired by Asia with strong themes of friendship, self-worth and adventure I was waiting in anticipation of its release. … More Forest of Souls, Lori M. Lee │Review

Matched – By Ally Condie Review

Title: Matched Author: Ally Condie Release Date: November 30th 2010 Publisher: Penguin Group Age Range/Genre: Young Adult Number of Pages: 366 ISBN: 9780142419779 Rating:  Cassia has always trusted the Society to make the right choices for her: what to read, what to watch, what to believe. So when Xander’s face appears on-screen at her Matching ceremony, … More Matched – By Ally Condie Review