“We lose ourselves in books, we find ourselves there too."

Les Misérables – Heroes and Villains

Hello all, After reading Les Misérables, I felt that I had an opinion on who the true villain of the tale was. I had watched the film previous to reading this and my opinion definitely changed. I was intrigued to see what other opinions were. So over the past few weeks I have been compiling …

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2020: A Bookish Summary

“I’ll look back on this and smile because it was life and I decided to live it.” HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! I hope you are all staying safe and feeling hopeful for the year ahead. But to begin with…let’s look back on the year that was 2020…in a bookish way! I read 28 books out …

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Christmas Book Haul

Hello everyone, Merry Christmas! I hope you all had a lovely one despite the goings on in the world around us! So with Christmas, comes presents and for bookworms like myself; this normally entails a lot of books! Books that I definitely don’t have room for! Anyway, I thought I’d share my bookish Christmas haul …

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Lockdown 2.0

Hello everyone, It’s been a little while since I was last on the blog part of my site. How have you all been? As we enter Lockdown 2.0 in England, let’s take a look at what I’ve been up to since the last lockdown and what I’ll be doing during this upcoming lockdown. •Work – …

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Birthday Book Haul

Hello everyone, So last week was my birthday, I’m now 25 years old! But I got a good little birthday book haul for my birthday despite being in lockdown and thought I’d share it with you! Louisa May Alcott – Little Women Blurb: Set against the backdrop of the American civil war, the story begins …

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Corona Blog Post

Hello everyone, Here we are, week 7, nearly week 8 of isolation (in the UK) – how are we all doing? I know that we’re probably all struggling in some way or another and I want you all to know that I’m here for you. Some of you may still be working like myself, I’m …

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Jan-March Summary of Reads 2020

Hello all, I thought I hadn’t posted a blog post in a while so I thought I’d summarise the first quarter of the year in books! So as many of you know, I set myself the challenge of reading 26 books this year – Challenge 2020. So let’s see how far I’ve gotten shall we? …

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Top Reads of 2019

Hello all, Whilst I’m well aware that January 2020 is well under way and drawing to a close, Chinese New Year is just around the corner so I thought I’d take the opportunity to write about my top reads from 2019! I know I splurged a lot of stats in the 2019 review but this …

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2019 in review

Hello all, Sorry I’m late, I hope you all had a wonderful new year and have some fun resolutions! Mine is to see my friends more! What’s yours? So here I am going to review my 2019 in books! In 2019, I read 29 books. I’m quite disappointed with this really, I was no where …

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Grown Ups

Hello all, So it was my birthday last month and it reminded me that I hadn’t read a book that was given to me by someone very special for my birthday last year! So what better time than to read it now? For my goodreads followers, you all know that I actually finished this book …

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The Empty Couple

Hello everyone, So the author of The Empty Couple contacted me and asked if I’d review his book in exchange for an honest review. Of course I accepted and it wasn’t what I was expecting at all! Ruth and her boyfriend Michael seem to have it all their own way. Ruth is a successful lawyer. …

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Jurassic Park: The Lost World

Hello, So I hope you’ve all read my Jurassic Park review as here is the review of the sequel; Jurassic Park: The Lost World. It has been six years. Six long years since the top secret disaster that was Jurassic Park. Six years since the dreams of a scientific development came crashing down. The dinosaurs …

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Jurassic Park

Hey all, So it’s my birthday on Monday (17th) and it dawned on me that one of my best friends got me two books for my birthday and I hadn’t read them yet! So I thought, now’s a perfect opportunity. Welcome to Jurassic Park. “Welcome to Jurassic Park. You are now entering the lost world …

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The Paris Library

Hello everyone, Now I don’t know about you, but I love a good historical fiction novel. What I love more is a historical fiction novel based on a true story. That is exactly what The Paris Library is. “After the darkness of war, the light of books.” The year: 1939. Location: Paris. Odile Souchet is …

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The Octunnumi Fosbit Files Prologue

Hello all, So this book was gifted to me by someone very special and let me tell you – it was GORGEOUS! I need to explain in full detail – so it was packaged in a black cardboard box and when unravelled it was packaged in a paper envelope with The Octunnumi tag on it. …

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Call Numbers: The Not So Quiet Life of Librarians and Book Endings – A Call Numbers Novel: Loss, Pain and Revelations

Hello, I was asked by the author if I would read his books Call Numbers and Book Endings in exchange for an honest review. Call Numbers: The Not So Quiet Life of Librarians This is the first in the Call Numbers Series. “Life is a book…and every person is a chapter.” We join this story …

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Children of Blood and Bone

Good day to you all, And it is a good day because 87 days after 2020 ended, I have finally completed Challenge 2020 and I have definitely saved the best till last. “We are all children of blood and bone. All instruments of vengeance and virtue.” Set in a Western Africa world, we meet Zélie, …

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Catch Lili Too

Hello everyone. Sorry me again! I know I keep cropping up in your inboxes, 2 posts in 10 days! I’m really spoiling you all! This book is not a Challenge 2020 read – I was approached by the author Sophie if I would read their book in exchange for an honest review and of course …

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The Terminus List

Hello all, Yes me again! Sorry I’m kind of ambushing you recently with posts and reviews, I’m going through a rollercoaster of a time and books provide me with the perfect escape from real life. “We have nothing to lose and a world to see.” So this book isn’t a Challenge 2020 read! No, this …

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