What I Read In August – NEWTs Readathon Wrap-Up

Hi Readers! For the past month I have been reading books for the NEWTs readathon. I wasn't able to read everything I planned because, as usual, I was way too ambitious. I was, however, able to read 13 books. I would've read a lot more, but this month seemed to be the month of DNF's.  These … Continue reading What I Read In August – NEWTs Readathon Wrap-Up

Taylor Swift’s Lover…she’s done it again and I am obsessed.

Hi Readers, Music Lovers & Swifties I tend to keep this quiet on my book blog and focus on just books. But there is one thing that I love just as much as reading a good book, and that is Taylor Swift.  Her music has meant the world to me for the past 11 years. … Continue reading Taylor Swift’s Lover…she’s done it again and I am obsessed.

Book Review: Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

Published: 2016 by Flatiron Books Genre: Mystery Length: 415 Pages Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Hi Readers Another gripping mystery from the author of Big Little Lies. In this we follow the events of a suburban neighbourhood BBQ. Alternating between before and after, we slowly discover what happened and the impact it has had on the … Continue reading Book Review: Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

Book Review: The Wall by John Lanchester – A Booker Prize Longlistee

Hi Readers Set in the future, due to climate change and mass migration a wall surrounds the entire border of Britain and is monitered 24/7 by conscripted 'defenders'. In this we follow a man who is about to start his required two years at the wall.  It's not hard to see that the author was largely inspired … Continue reading Book Review: The Wall by John Lanchester – A Booker Prize Longlistee