Recommending by genre

Discussion Wednesdays: Mystery

Hi everyone! I have always loved mystery books, as I love thinking logically about problems, and trying to solve the mystery before the characters. In this post, I will be recommending my favourite mystery books. Murder Most Unladylike (series) - Robin Stevens: Recommended order of reading: Murder Most Unladylike -> Arsenic for Tea -> First… Continue reading Discussion Wednesdays: Mystery

Reviews

Review: Library of Souls – Ransom Riggs

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Bombings; Death of a grandfather (recounted); Gun violence; Substance addiction; Torture I highly recommend this book to everyone who has read the first two books in this series, as I can't understand why anyone would choose not to read this book, after THAT cliffhanger at the end of Hollow City! This… Continue reading Review: Library of Souls – Ransom Riggs

Recommending by genre

Discussion Wednesdays: Fantasy

Hi everyone! One of my favourite book genres is Fantasy, so I thought that I would write a post where I recommend my favourite fantasy books. Throne of Glass (series) - Sarah J. Maas: Recommended order of reading: The Assassin's Blade -> Throne of Glass -> Crown of Midnight -> Heir of Fire -> Queen… Continue reading Discussion Wednesdays: Fantasy

Reviews

Review: Hollow City – Ransom Riggs

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Animal death; Bombings; Death of a child; Death of a grandfather (recounted); Knife violence; Stabbing; War themes; World War Two I highly recommend this book to anyone who has read the first book in the series (Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, as Hollow City develops the storyline further, before the… Continue reading Review: Hollow City – Ransom Riggs

My Opinions

Discussion Wednesdays: Film Adaptations

Hi everyone! In this post, I will be discussing my opinions on popular film adaptations of my favourite books. As readers, the thought of watching our favourite books come to life on the big screen can seem appealling, however, are film adaptations of books really worth the hype? I am going to discuss what I… Continue reading Discussion Wednesdays: Film Adaptations

Reviews

Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children – Ransom Riggs

Happy Easter! Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Ableism; Ableist language; Acute Stress Disorder; Alcohol consumption; Bombings; Death of a grandfather; The Holocaust (mentioned); World War Two (mentioned) I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves fantasy, horror or mysteries. This series is not purely horror, but there are some scary elements and pictures, which resembles… Continue reading Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children – Ransom Riggs

Bookish Websites

Discussion Wednesdays: Goodreads

Hi everyone! In this post, I will be showing some of the most useful features that Goodreads has to offer. If you haven't heard of Goodreads, it is a free website/app that allows you to discover books, set reading targets as well as the opportunity to connect with your favourite authors and other readers. Firstly,… Continue reading Discussion Wednesdays: Goodreads

My Years in Books

My 2019 in books.

In 2019, I read 32 books. In order of reading: Tower of Dawn - Sarah J. Maas - 3⭐A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens - 4⭐Kingdom of Ash - Sarah J. Maas - 5⭐Death in the Spotlight - Robin Stevens -5⭐Red Queen - Victoria Aveyard - 3⭐Queen Song - Victoria Aveyard - 4⭐Nought Forever -… Continue reading My 2019 in books.

My Years in Books

My 2018 in Books!

In 2018, I read 29 books. In order of reading: Mistletoe & Murder - Robin Stevens - 5⭐Ink - Alice Broadway - 4⭐Macbeth - William Shakespeare - 4⭐Orphan of the Flames - HL Dennis - 5⭐Knights of Neustria - HL Dennis - 4⭐Tower of the Winds - HL Dennis - 5⭐Pirate's Sword - HL Dennis… Continue reading My 2018 in Books!