Reading Wrap Up {October}

I haven’t done one of these in a while, mainly because I was, y’know, writing a dissertation. But I’m very much back into the reading swing of things, and although I didn’t get through too many books in October, I’m enjoying having the time to read for fun again! Check Continue Reading

[REVIEW] The Essex Serpent – Sarah Perry

Sarah Perry’s second novel is seriously something else. It’s totally not something I would usually read, and I’ll admit that I was drawn in by the Waterstones special edition cover (it’s shiny and the pages are blue – what more could you want?!). I hadn’t read her first novel, but Continue Reading

[REVIEW] Royal Wedding – Meg Cabot

Royal Wedding is the new book by Meg Cabot, intended as a sequel to the Princess Diaries series, but aimed at older readers (i.e. not 13 year olds). It follows Princess Mia years after the tenth book ended – she is 25, living at the Genovian Consulate in New York, Continue Reading

[REVIEW] The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared

This book, written by Jonas Jonasson, is pretty brilliant. I had already read the ‘sequel’ to this book, which technically isn’t a sequel but follows a similarly bizarre storyline. The Hundered-Year-Old man in question is Allan Karlsson, who originally appears unhappy with his situation, but otherwise unassuming. After disappearing from Continue Reading

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