Warning: May contain spoilers!! Okay, okay I know this is a narrative poem and this may be cheating a little bit (I may have to throw in another book at the end to appease my conscience), but I love Edgar Allen Poe and this is such a famous piece by him, I had to read … More The Raven: A Review.
These past few weeks have been a true representation of how life can truly get in the way, so I am going to post two reviews today to catch up – I’m going to post a piece reflecting on my month last month which I hope will explain a lot! Warning: WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS. I … More Rebecca: A Review.
WARNING: Will contain spoilers! When I told people that this novel was on my list, I have to admit their faces filled me with a little fear. But then, not a lot of people enjoyed the book they were made to read during their GCSE’s (other than me clearly), so I chose to ignore their … More Lord of the Flies: A Review.
Okay, okay. I’ve been a bit shit but I am going through a break up so I think I’m allowed some lenience! This is the book I read and should have reviewed last week. This weeks will be uploaded tomorrow. I loved this book. I am pretty sure I will be reading it again and … More To Kill a Mockingbird: A Review.
Omg, I am so sorry! I thought I published this last week but I’ve just seen it’s been a draft the whole time! What a moron! – this week I read to kill a mockingbird, and I have a review to post ASAP but I just broke up with my boyfriend of like 2 years … More A night at the circus: A review.
Warning: May contain spoilers!! First of all, sorry I never uploaded anything last week, I was ill for a while and didn’t manage to finish the book in a week – gonna have to amp up my speed. I have to admit this one has one of those strange revealing moments that completely shock you … More We are all completely besides ourselves.
Warning: May contain spoilers! I love the way this book was written. Granted, it is one of those books that pulls on the heart strings, but even through all the emotion, it’s hard to not appreciate the things that set this book apart from others. The protagonist is a man in his 40’s whose facing … More And when was the last time you saw your father?: A review.