Hello everyone! If you haven’t noticed I’ve been away then I’m utterly heartbroken. I’ve been away sunning myself in Murcia, Spain! I hit 50 books while I…… Read more “Did you miss me?”
Okay, I think I like Joe Hill now. I loved the ideas in the story, the spore was great, how people reacted to it seemed pretty accurate,…… Read more “43. The Fireman by Joe Hill”
So this book was a bit of a quick read for me to keep myself motivated in tidying and cleaning my house, there are lots of great…… Read more “42. Keeping House, Hints and Tips for a Clean, Tidy and Well-organised home by Cindy Harris”
So this is my bedroom currently. I’ve just finished reading “A Year of Less” As I write this, know that I’ve been utterly motivated to change…… Read more “Time for that Spring cleaning! #shoppingban”
OH NO! What a motivational book!! A shopping ban is something I’ve been interested in for a while and this little book may just have been the…… Read more “41. The Year of Less by Cait Flanders”
After I was told this one wasn’t as good at The Passage I decided I then had to finish the trilogy, so this is the second book.…… Read more “40. The Twelve by Justin Cronin”
Here’s my update for March and April reads! I think I’ve done pretty well by hitting 40 books by May 1st.
Lullaby by Leila Slimani
I thought this one was pretty good, I liked how you knew what happened but not why until almost the end of the book. It’s a nice change from trying to figure out what the hell went on. Which is what I normally have to do.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
This was a really gripping read, I didn’t want to put it down at all!
It was really interesting to read about both the biological science and the social implications with the family too.
Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill
I’m going to have to read more of Joe Hill to see if I do actually like his writing or if it just reminds me of Stephen King. I found…
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Honestly I don’t think I know enough about Greek mythology to really appreciate the full story here but I knew enough names to get me through it.…… Read more “39. The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood”
Turns out I couldn’t save it for my holiday! I was dubious about YA fiction to begin with, if it’s not already in my genres (sci-fi or…… Read more “38. Clean by Juno Dawson”