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Hello Everyone! Through reading some other book blogs, I have seen quite a lot of 'tag' posts, and I thought that this might be simething fun to do on this blog. Book bloggers: Please could you vote on the poll at the bottom of this page to say whether or not this would be something… Continue reading Poll

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Discussion Wednesdays: Top 10 male book characters

Hi Everyone! In this post, I will be sharing my top ten male book characters. Honourable mentions: Nate McCauley; Cooper Clay; Abe Portman; Max Vandenburg. 10 - Hans Hubermann A character from one of my favourite books of all time - we have a lot to thank Hans for as he taught Liesel how to… Continue reading Discussion Wednesdays: Top 10 male book characters

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Discussion Wednesdays: Top 10 female book characters

Hi everyone! In this post, I am going to be sharing my favourite ten female characters in my favourite books. Young Adult books nowadays are filled with strong, independent women and I feel this is what we should all aspire to be like. Honourable mentions: Zoe Murphy; Ginny Weasley; Bronwyn and Maeve Rojas; Addy and… Continue reading Discussion Wednesdays: Top 10 female book characters

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Review: A Court of Thorns and Roses: Sarah J. Maas

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Drugging; Emotional abuse; Kidnapping; Manipulation; Murder; Physical abuse; Sex scenes; Sexual abuse; Sexual assault; Torture; Violence A Court of Thorns and Roses perfectly kick-starts a new trilogy from Sarah J. Maas. It is set in the same mega-verse as Throne of Glass, meaning that characters could travel to through a Wyrdgate… Continue reading Review: A Court of Thorns and Roses: Sarah J. Maas

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Discussion Wednesdays: Historical Fiction

Hi everyone! In this post, I will be recommending my favourite historical fiction books. As a History lover, I find it really interesting to read about the past, but with a fictional twist. My Lady Jane (series) - Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, Jodi Meadows: Although this book is a series, I have only read the… Continue reading Discussion Wednesdays: Historical Fiction

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Discussion Wednesdays: Dystopia

Hi everyone! In this post, I will be recommending my favourite dystopian books. Red Queen (series) - Victoria Aveyard: Recommended reading order: Red Queen -> Queen Song -> Steel Scars -> Glass Sword -> King's Cage -> War Storm I recommend this series for age 13 and up, as the language can be a bit… Continue reading Discussion Wednesdays: Dystopia

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Review: Tales of the Peculiar – Ransom Riggs

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Animal death; Cannibalism; Death of a father; Drowning This small collection of short stories perfectly accompanies the Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children series. Therefore I think that any fans of the main series should definitely read this book. Not all of the stories are directly relevant to Jacob's adventures, but… Continue reading Review: Tales of the Peculiar – Ransom Riggs

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Review: A Map of Days – Ransom Riggs

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Blood; Gun violence; Kidnapping; Knife violence; Physical injuries; Recreational drug use; Smoking; Tear gas I highly recommend this book to anyone who really enjoyed the original trilogy of this series. Although I found that it took a while to get into the 'misson' of the book, once I properly got into… Continue reading Review: A Map of Days – Ransom Riggs